From District A Board of Education candidate Bob Frisch:
This week my opponent in the Board of Education election decided to go negative when he sent out an email full of distortions, innuendo, and other falsehoods regarding my training, experience, and qualifications to be a member of the school board. What was so obviously missing from this email was any reference to what he would do to support the children, parents, and staff of our schools, or how he would deal with the many difficult near and long term issues facing Harford County Public Schools. This incident is only the latest in a series of similar tactics.
In contrast I have clearly outlined a plan of action and addressed specific concrete measures I will take as a member of the school board in response to issues affecting our school system. My candidacy has been presented in a positive and thoughtful manner. Parents, children, and taxpayers deserve and demand that Board of Education members be skilled, well versed on the issues, and committed to the hard work ahead. They also expect that potential school board members have the highest degree of integrity. Actions do speak louder than words.
I have maintained throughout the course of this campaign that voters need to look beyond the resume of the candidates, to find out who they are as real people, as this will give them the truest sense of how that candidate will govern if elected. The citizens of Harford County will choose what type of leadership they expect from school board members. If my opponent’s mud slinging demonstrates the kind of leadership you want on the school board then vote for him. If on the other hand you expect and demand more of your elected officials then vote for me. The future of Harford County children is at stake. The choice is yours. Please choose wisely because we only have one chance to get it right.
Board of Education candidate
District A (Edgewood, Joppatowne, Joppa communities)