State Senator Jack Bailey Endorses Kelly Schulz for Governor

August 17, 2021

The Kelly Schulz for Governor campaign today announced that Maryland State Senator Jack Bailey (District 29) from Calvert and St. Mary’s Counties endorsed Kelly Schulz for governor. This is the twelfth endorsement Kelly Schulz has received from Maryland elected officials since launching her campaign in April.

“I could not be prouder and more excited to have Jack’s support, and we welcome him to our team of Marylanders dedicated to making sure we keep our state moving in the right direction,” said Maryland gubernatorial candidate Kelly Schulz. “He is a strong voice for Calvert and St. Mary’s Counties and has a proven record of making Maryland a better place to live. Together, we will fight for lower taxes, full funding of our police, and ensure good-paying jobs are available for all Marylanders.”

“I am proud to endorse Kelly Schulz as our next governor. Without question, Kelly is the best candidate to lead our state forward into the future,” said Jack Bailey. “She has been an important partner in supporting Southern Maryland and our economic development throughout her career. This exemplifies her commitment to fostering a strong economy in Southern Maryland and throughout our state.”

Additional endorsements include:

  • Senator Mary Beth Carozza (District 38) – Somerset, Wicomico, and Worcester Counties
  • Senator Addie Eckardt (District 37) – Caroline, Dorchester, Talbot, & Wicomico Counties
  • Senator Paul Corderman (District 2) – Washington County
  • Senator Justin Ready (District 5) – Carroll County
  • Senator Edward Reilly (District 33) – Anne Arundel County
  • Delegate Chris Adams (District 37B)– Caroline, Dorchester, Talbot & Wicomico Counties
  • Delegate Mike Griffith (District 35B) – Cecil & Harford Counties
  • Delegate Kevin Hornberger (District 35A) – Cecil County
  • Delegate Susan Krebs (District 5) – Carroll County
  • Delegate Kathy Szeliga (District 7) – Baltimore & Harford Counties
  • Delegate Brenda Thiam (District 2B) – Washington County