On April 23rd 2018 the Former Deputy Under Secretary of the United States Army appointed by Ronald Reagan, endorsed Barry Donadio for his political race to be a Commissioner in Queen Anne’s County, Maryland.
Amie Hoeber has endorsed Barry Donadio in his race to be a Queen Anne’s County Commissioner in Maryland. Donadio faces a contested primary against two other Republicans for a seat where — the incumbent is not seeking office again. The primary election is on June 26th 2018. Once Mr. Donadio beats his two opponents, he will run against a candidate from the Democratic Party.
Hoeber is currently a leading candidate for U.S Congress in Maryland’s 6th Congressional District for the 2018 election. She too faces a primary against other Republicans, but is clearly in the lead.
Both Hoeber and Donadio strongly oppose the establishment of sanctuary cities in Maryland and have both made public statements to that effect.
Donadio is a full supporter of Amie Hoeber and is expected to publicly endorse her soon.
Donadio stated “ I am deeply honored by Hoeber’s endorsement of my campaign. It truely means a lot to me.”
The two share an interesting commonality dating back to the 1980’s. They share both a service and an admiration for the U.S. Army. Hoeber was the Deputy Under Secretary of the U.S. Army from 1981 to 1987. Donadio joined the Army National Guard in 1987 and went on to serve in the Air National Guard and U.S. Secret Service.