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A THANK-YOU LETTER FROM ERIC BOUCHAT
Pandemic relief, farmland top ‘State of the County’
“Eric Bouchat: Outgoing commissioner, now delegate-elect, is proud of term with in Carroll County government | COMMENTARY As I approach the end of my term and prepare for a move to the Maryland House of Delegates, it is my desire to share my gratitude to many and offer forgiveness to others. Politics is a messy business, and many stay out of the profession for very good reasons. People you consider your friends will stab you in the back, and others will spread lies and spin half-truths into fabrications that fit their agenda with the goal of stopping your advancement. I even had someone at the polls on primary Election Day verbally assault me with foul language and degrade me since I was wearing a top hat in honor of my political science hero, Abraham Lincoln, all the while in front of children. What motivates some to be nefarious is not my business. However, my faith in Divine Providence motivates me to forgive each and every one of them. For I know, the impetus of such behavior is ignorance and selfishness. Their ignorance shall not be transferred upon my heart to spread unto others. Knowledge and generosity seem to cure an ailment carried by some. Therefore, I wish it upon them…”
Q&A with Bouchat
Commissioner Bouchat’s interview on WCBM 680
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Commissioner Bouchat Farewell – 4 Years of Service to Carroll County
Commissioner Bouchat Hashawha Boardwalk Tour
SWEARING IN CEREMONY
DISTRICT 5 MARYLAND HOUSE OF DELEGATES CANDIDATES FORUM, 6-28-2022
DISTRICT 5 CANDIDATE PROFILE
NEWSLETTER / MAY 17, 2022
Election season is upon us which is the perfect opportunity to provide everyone with some updates. But before I dive into the news, I would like to take a minute and reflect.
COMMISSIONER BOUCHAT SPEAKS AT EDGAR ALLEN POE HOUSE LITERARY LANDMARK DEDICATION – JANUARY 19, 2020
Commissioner Bouchat and Andrea Berstler, executive Director of CCPL, attended the dedication of the Poe House and Museum in Baltimore City on Sunday, January 19, the anniversary of Poe’s birthday. The Poe House and Museum was dedicated as Maryland’s first Literary Landmark.
Fifth annual Carroll County Overdose Vigil a tradition of healing from grief
Tuesday evening will bring the fifth annual Carroll County Drug Overdose and Prevention Vigil, a new tradition that has become a ritual of healing for many people touched by in one way or another by addiction…
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