Sen. Warren Campaign Reflections w/ Ysela Bravo & Camden Raynor
Frederick Democrats Podcast
Senator Elizabeth Warren for President super volunteers and delegate candidates Ysela Bravo and Camden Raynor reflect on Senator Warren's campaign for president following the suspension of her campaign after a disappointing Super Tuesday. Ysela and Camden explain why they supported Senator Warren, challenges the campaign faced, and the policies of Senator Warren's they still hope to see enacted by the next president.Editor's note: This is part three of a series on the 2020 Democratic Presidential candidates. The Frederick County Democratic Party will endorse the Democratic nominee. The Frederick Democrats Podcast will make every effort to produce a podcast representing all candidates actively campaigning for the Party's nomination. That effort is contingent on those candidates having an active presence in Frederick County and a willing participant to be interviewed.
In the Booth with Camden Raynor, candidate for Board of Education
Candidates for the Frederick County Board of Education sat down with Editor Allen Etzler and Education Reporter Emma Kerr to talk county-wide redistricting, Frederick High School's LYNX program, the recruitment of diverse teachers, school safety and more. Eight candidates, including three incumbents, remain in this non-partisan race: Karen Yoho, Cindy Rose, April Miller, Brad Young, Camden Raynor, Liz Barrett, Jay Mason and Kim Williams. Early voting begins Oct. 25, and Election Day is Nov. 6. Voters will select four candidates who each serve four-year terms.Williams did not respond to multiple requests for her participation in this podcast. Rose declined to participate.
155 Camden Raynor, Newest Member of The Board of Education
Frederick Advice Givers | Interview Frederick's Brightest Minds | Eric Verdi
ENJOY THIS EPISODE: Local Fredericktonian, Camden Raynor now serves on the Board of Education for Frederick County. As a college student, going to University of Maryland College Park, this is a huge opportunity. Camden has been in the FCPS school system almost the entirety of his 20 years of age, and being able to be a part of the system brings his education full circle. Listen to hear Camden’s amazing story! More From Board of Education Public education is at the heart of our community. It shapes who we are. In Frederick County, our promise is to empower our young people no matter who they are, no matter their backgrounds or circumstances. We want them to be prepared to succeed in college and careers. Therefore, our mission is to: Reach our students with exceptional teaching and caring support, Challenge them to achieve their potential, and Prepare them for success in a global society. Frederick County depends on the opportunities that our schools guarantee. Public education keeps our community moving forward. It prepares our future community leaders, our business leaders, and our workforces. The children we educate today will be the adults caring for our community’s health, homes, businesses, and neighborhoods tomorrow. Frederick County’s investment in public education is an investment in our future. – See more at: iTunes LINKS AND RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE: BOE Website BOE Facebook REVIEWS HELP A TON Thanks for joining me again this week. If you have any tips, suggestions, or comments about this episode, please be sure to leave them in the comment section below. If you enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Thank you! And finally, please leave an honest review for Frederick Advice Givers Podcast on iTunes! Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show and I read each and every one of them