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Justin Kinsey for State Delegate

Justin Kinsey for State Delegate

PO Box 550, Monkton (MD), 21111, United States

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About Republican seeking your vote for State Delegate in District 42B.

Auth. of Friends of Justin Kinsey.
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Description I was raised, attended public schools, and learned the value of hard work in this District. Everything that I have, and the person that I am today, I owe to the values instilled in me by those life experiences.

My name is Justin Kinsey, and I want to represent you, and all of District 42B, in the Maryland House of Delegates.

I have a background that has given me a very unique perspective on the concerns that many of us have, and the problems that many of us face.

I first witnessed the power of political and community activism as a child. While attending Sparks Elementary School, I saw our PTA rally after a fire destroyed our building. After being told that the student body may have to be separated, parents--including my saint of a mother--and Sparks staff fought any move to allow that to happen. Within a week, not only was the student body kept together, but we were back in school after being co-located into Cockeysville Middle School.

After Sparks, I went to Hereford Middle and then Hereford High School. I was involved in the music and theatre programs at Hereford High, and graduated as a member of the Class of 2004.

My first job, like many Hereford students, was at Graul’s Market. I started working when I was 14, and spent a little over two years working as a cashier and "cart boy." I worked at Hereford Pharmacy until I graduated high school, then worked for a local IT company.

At age 16, I followed my father's footsteps and began volunteering as a firefighter and EMT. I didn't know it at the time, but the subsequent experience and education that I obtained as a volunteer would go on to shape the next 15 years of my life.

In May 2005, I left home for the first time to work as a contract firefighter on a military base in Iraq. After a year in Iraq, I had the opportunity to work as a lieutenant firefighter at McMurdo Research Station in Antarctica. The time that I spent working in both of those places, while challenging and at times very dang