Union Bridge Voters Guide

Union Bridge 2021 Voters Guide

The Community Media Center has created this voters guide a public service to the residents of Carroll County to help provide access to important election information. The Community Media Center is pleased to provide this valuable programming to the residents of Carroll County. We encourage local citizens to exercise their right to vote.

Election Day 

The Union Bridge Election was held on Tuesday, May 11, 2021 at the Union Bridge Town Hall located at 104 West Locust Street, Union Bridge. 

The election was for three (3) members of the Town Council. 

 

Town Council Election Results

Laura Conaway - 80 votes

Amy Kalin - 66 votes

Cheri Thompson - 62 votes

Lou Ellen Cutsail - 50 votes

Charlene Johns - 31 votes

 

For more information visit the Town Website

 

 

The Community Media Center (CMC) is providing this information as a public service to the residents of Carroll County. All  candidates running for Union Bridge Town Council were given the opportunity to participate. The views and opinions expressed in this program do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the CMC. The Community Media Center does not endorse any political candidate or political organization.

2021 Union Bridge Town Council Candidates Forum

The Community Media Center held a Union Bridge Town Council Candidates Forum Wednesday, April 28, 2021. The forum was held virtually and streamed live online and on cable channel HD-1086 and channel 19.

The following individuals are running for the three (3) available Town Council seats: Laura Conaway, L. Ellen Cutsail, Charlene Johns, Amy Kalin and Cheri Thompson.

 

Union Bridge 2021 Town Council Candidates

The Community Media Center (CMC) is providing this information as a public service to the residents of Carroll County. All candidates running for office in the 2021 municipal elections were given the opportunity to record a candidate profile. Those that chose to participate are included in this program. The views and opinions expressed in this program do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the CMC. The Community Media Center does not endorse any political candidate or political organization.