From Tom Myers:
Hello, my supporters!
On Friday morning, I called Cassandra Beverley and congratulated her on her primary victory. I have not yet spoken with Ron Eaton yet, but I intend to congratulate him on his primary win, as well.
Although there are some absentee and provisional ballots still to be counted, there is a very small chance that I will receive enough of a margin to be one of the top two vote getters that will advance to the General Election in November.
Even though I am not going to make it to the Board of Education this election year, this was a fun campaign and I am proud to have had the opportunity to travel around Abingdon and Fallston and talk to voters about their concerns for the public school system. I also enjoyed sharing and discussing ideas with Cassandra, Ron and the other District B candidates, Gregory Seltzer and William Street. I have met and talked with a lot of great people for the last three months and this campaign is an experience I will not forget.
I wish Cassandra and Ron the best and hope that they have a spirited campaign for the 45 days remaining until Election Day. As a voter in District B, I will weigh the ideas of each candidate and make a determination as to who will best represent the district, just as you have done with me.
Finally, I want to thank you, my supporters, and to the (as of now) 1,161 people who cast their vote for me to represent them on the Harford County Board of Education. I may not have won this primary, but the work will go [on] and I will continue to advocate for the people of Harford County.
I thank you for your support and I hope you will all stay in touch.
Tom Myers for Harford County
Board of Education – District B
“Putting Education First”