Regina Williams, a Republican candidate for Frederick County executive, says she is disappointed in charter government.
“It has made many things political that weren’t,” she tells host Colin McGuire and political reporter Danielle E Gaines on this week's episode of Frederick Uncut. Changing what she saw as divisiveness in county politics, she continued, “begins with two things: communication and open-mindedness.”
Williams was born and raised on a dairy farm in Johnsville and said she helped milk the cows before going to school. Her background, she said, enabled her to develop a work ethic and humility that she believed could serve her well in politics and help her meet her stated goal of creating a more civil atmosphere in county government.