John Leopold Has The Experience To Get Things Done

As Anne Arundel County Executive from 2006-2013, he accomplished a number of significant tasks and projects, including reducing more than $70 million in government spending, increasing property tax relief for qualified seniors under the Homeowners Tax Credit Program, increasing impact fees to make developers pay for new schools and roads (not taxpayers), and installing more than 2,000 new and upgraded street lights to reduce crime. He also budgeted infrastructure funding for the boat ramp and fishing pier at Fort Smallwood Park, the Eastern District Police Station, the Lake Shore Fire Station, and the Field of Dreams athletic facility at Lake Waterford Park for individuals with disabilities. Prior to being elected as county executive in 2006, he served five terms (20 years) as a Maryland State Delegate.

 

"Pasadena big winner in Leopold’s budget:
Money included for new police station boat ramp and road work."

Headline, Maryland Gazette, April 18, 2012

 

John Leopold's political experience spans across the Pacific, as he served in a number of roles during his time in Hawaii. In 1968, he was elected as a member of the Hawaii State Board of Education. Then, from 1970-1974, he was elected as a Hawaii State Representative, and from 1974-1978 he served as Hawaii State Senator.


Throughout his political career, Leopold received recognition from many national associations and organizations, including the National Republican State Legislators Association, which named him Outstanding Republican Legislator in the Nation in 2000.

Leopold was also appointed to a number of councils and committees. In 1977, he was appointed by President Gerald R. Ford to the National Advisory Council for the Education of Disadvantaged Children. During the Reagan Administration, in 1988, he was appointed to the National Motor Carrier Advisory Committee. In 1991, he was appointed by President George H.W. Bush to the National Council on Disability and confirmed by the U.S. Senate. In 1996, during the Clinton Administration, he was appointed to the Federal Interagency Council for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities. During Maryland's Glendening Administration in 1996, he was appointed to the Governor's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities.

Most recently, in 2014, he was selected as a member of Anne Arundel County's Food and Resource Bank Board of Directors

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“Mr. Leopold has done an exceptional job over his four years in office balancing the county’s budget in the midst of a national economic downturn without raising income or property taxes or laying off employees.”
Baltimore Sun
October 28, 2010
“Mr. Leopold has done an exceptional job over his four years in office balancing the county’s budget in the midst of a national economic downturn without raising income or property taxes or laying off employees. ”
Baltimore Sun
October 28, 2010
“John Leopold’s knowledge and experience are invaluable, and he’s been a great help to the Stoney Beach community for years.”
Jim Miller
Stoney Beach
“John Leopold is a man who thinks of the people and responds quickly when you call him.”
Ann Mazzatenta
Mariner’s Cove
“John Leopold’s day-to-day management of county government was excellent. If he decides to serve again in public office, it would be our second chance for his quality representation.”
Randy Buckland
Glenwood
“When you contact John Leopold, you get results. He has always had an unwavering concern for his constituents.”
Ron Wayne
Sun Valley
“John Leopold has been a strong supporter of the Freetown community, and I look forward to his representing us again.”
Walter Caldwell
Freetown
“John Leopold has served our county well for over 25 years and has many accomplishments that will benefit the citizens of Anne Arundel County for many years to come.”
Grant Deaver
Fairwood
“John Leopold did a great job as county executive, and everyone knows his constituent service was superb. What I appreciate about Leopold is his advocacy for animal welfare, after-school programs and the needs of people with disabilities.”
Diane Clark
Riverdale