MECHANICSVILLE, MD – Dr. Daniel Geary, a Leonardtown resident, withdrew from the District 29 Senate race Thursday. Instead, he has chosen to endorse Jack Bailey, a retired Maryland Natural Resources Police Sergeant and long-time St. Mary’s County resident.
“After talking with Jack, I came to the conclusion that we both wanted the same things,” Geary said. “St. Mary’s and Calvert counties need a senator who will work with Governor Hogan. Jack Bailey is that candidate and that’s why he has my vote and my support.”
“I am extremely grateful to receive Dr. Geary’s endorsement,” Bailey stated. “I truly look forward to working with him to give the citizens of St. Mary’s and Calvert a real voice in the senate.”
Read Jack Bailey’s original announcement to run for the Republican nomination in District 29
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