Bongino Decides Not to Apply for Anne Arundel County Executive Position

The former candidate for U.S. Senate made the announcement on Monday afternoon on his Facebook page that he would not apply for the county executive position in Anne Arundel County.

An announcement on Facebook on Monday afternoon put to rest the speculation about whether Republican Dan Bongino of Severna Park would apply for the county executive position in Anne Arundel County.

Friends & Supporters,
Paula and I cannot thank you enough for your support and encouragement, both during and after the election. Although the results were not what we intended, I am proud of what we accomplished and honored to remain in the fight.

I would like to update you on rumors you may have heard about my interest in the Anne Arundel County Executive position and the MDGOP Chairman position. I will not be seeking either position at this time, although I am extremely grateful to all of those who emailed and called in their support to a number of elected officials.
Regarding the decision making process for the vacant Anne Arundel County Executive position, I have chosen to disengage from a process that has become weighted towards insider politics. This County needs a reformer, not an insider, and any illusions otherwise are driven by a political agenda and not the sentiments of actual voters on the ground.

Regarding the MDGOP Chairmanship, although I respect the MDGOP Party infrastructure for their recent outreach initiatives and I feel the Party is headed in a better direction, I have chosen to take my platform and my commitment to a Maryland government that is citizen-centric, rather than insider-driven, to the people via a continued, robust grassroots effort.

Very Respectfully,

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