Our Calvert, Our Future.
Earl "Buddy" Hance is an experienced leader with a proven ability to solve complex challenges by listening and working with people. As candidate for the Calvert County Board of County Commissioners, Buddy seeks to heighten transparency and refocus leadership on the things that make Calvert County a great place to live, work, and raise a family.
The County Times, Calvert County endorsed Earl “Buddy” Hance as one of the two at large candidates for the Calvert County Board of County Commissioners. They said, “Hance shows clear insight into his native county and will bring a first-hand perspective to the county’s goal of preserving its rural character.”
The County Times released the Voter Guide for Calvert County, which includes profiles on the individuals who are running in the 2018 election.
The Southern Maryland Association of Realtors announced its support for Earl "Buddy" Hance for Calvert County Commissioner in May 2018. Buddy is proud and honored to receive this endorsement and appreciates the support of the 1,750 member trade organization who's mission is to serve as the voice of property owners across Southern Maryland.
Today, Buddy officially filed as an at large candidate in the 2018 Calvert County Board of County Commissioners race. “I love this county and I want to make sure that Calvert County remains a place where our children and grandchildren can live and enjoy this county like I have and the generations before me,” he said.
The Comprehensive Plan is a vital document that determines how Calvert County moves forward in the future and will drive changes that forever alter the appearance and character forever. There should always be opportunity for citizens to address issues that arise but recent history has shown that deadlines are more important then those concerns.
Port Republic, MD - A former member of the O'Malley Administration has announced his intention to run for commissioner in Calvert. County native Buddy Hance officially announced his candidacy Wednesday, Nov. 8. Hance's campaign manager, Jamie Tiralla, told TheBayNet.com that Hance, once a member of the Calvert County Democratic Central Committee, is now a registered Republican. Hance has yet to decide if he will run for an at-large or district seat.
Earl “Buddy” Hance, a lifelong Calvert County resident and former Maryland Secretary of Agriculture, will announce his plan to run for the Board of Calvert County Commissioners on Wednesday, November 8.