A local educator to run for Wicomico County executive in 2022 elections

WICOMICO CO., Md. – A new candidate has filed to run for Wicomico County Executive in next year’s election.

Julie Giordano, a Wicomico County teacher and mother who resides in Hebron, MD, has filed as of Friday.¬†Giordano tells 47 ABC, she’s always been involved with politics. As a resident of Wicomico County for 20 years, she says she knows the community and she knows what’s needed. Her platform and concerns are education, the constitution, and law enforcement. She says water-men and farmers need extra support and she hopes to be a voice for them as well.

She tells us, her background as a teacher may set her apart from other candidates, but her skill set is something she believes is needed in the future of the county executive role.

“Who better than somebody who can effectively communicate with people from all socio-economic backgrounds who has tremendous problem-solving skills, knows how to manage human resources, can get people to perform at their very best and to me, I think that sounds like a great county executive,” says Giordano.

We’re also told, she wants to bring back small committees and coalitions to open the line of communication between county government and community members.

As of Friday, current County Executive, John Psota also filed to run again in the 2022 Gubernational primary elections.

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