Dear Friend,
It's hard to believe, but this year's campaign season is in full swing: the primary election is on June 24, 2014 and the General election is on November 4, 2014.  After two terms in the Maryland House of Delegates, I have announced that I am running for the Maryland State Senate.
With your help, we have been able to accomplish so much in the district -- including hundreds of millions of dollars of investments in new schools and community centers, enhanced parks, and historic investments in environmental clean-up.  Just last year, I helped lead the charge in securing hundreds of thousands of dollars for projects that will commemorate our community's role in the War of 1812, funding a building that will help several nonprofits working with youth and families in the district, and millions more towards a housing initiative that will continue to grow and strengthen our historic communities.  All the while, I have continued to fight in Annapolis for the working class values that were instilled in me as a child.  
While we have accomplished a lot, there remains more important work to be done.  That is why I am running for the state Senate: to continue fighting for more meaningful jobs, better schools, safer streets, and a cleaner environment.
I invite you to join me and the rest of "Team O" in this important effort!
Best regards,
Delegate John Olszewski, Jr.

Candidate for State Senate -- District 6

Thank you to the following organizations for their endorsements!

Baltimore County Professional Firefighters Association
Maryland State FOP
MD League of Conservation Voters
Transportation Authority FOP
Maryland State Education Association
Baltimore County Teachers Association
FOP Lodge #4FOP Lodge #4
MD Farm BureauMD Farm Bureau
* County Seal Democratic Club of Baltimore County
* Battle Grove Democratic Club
* Riverside Democratic Club

New 7th Democratic Civic Club

Eastern Baltimore County Democratic Club

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State Senate Candidate Olszewski Looks To Succeed Stone

The Avenue News on April 29, 2014

DUNDALK — John Olszewski Jr. is a candidate for the State Senate — District 6, a seat held by Norman Stone since 1967. Better known as Johnny O., Olszewski has represented District 6 in the Maryland State Legislature for the past eight years. He has served on many committees. Most impressively, Johnny O. was elected as chairman of the Baltimore County Delegation in 2011; the youngest person to ever fill that role.

Olszewski is passionate about what he does. He has a genuine excitement about doing his job as an elected representative of the people. A goal for him is to fight for all the people.

“It is an opportunity for me, a blessing and an honor to give back to the people,” Olszewski said. “It is exciting. It’s what gets me out of bed each morning. It’s about the people.”

When asked what his biggest challenge has been, Olszewski said fighting back against distortions of facts; having people recognize what he has done and how he voted on each issue. It has certainly been his focus to share the facts of what each legislative bill will do and why it is a good bill or a ...

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2014 End of Session Report
By: on April 14, 2014

Dear Friend,

Now that this year’s 2014 legislative session has officially drawn to a close, I am pleased to provide you with my Annual End of Session Report.  Sending these updates is important to me because it reflects ...

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State Senate Candidate Olszewski Looks To Succeed Stone
The Avenue News on April 29, 2014

DUNDALK — John Olszewski Jr. is a candidate for the State Senate — District 6, a seat held by Norman Stone ...

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Delegates Olszewski, Weir Announce 'Our Team' To Include Crizer, Washington, Central Committee
The Avenue News on April 29, 2014

DUNDALK — Delegates John Olszewski Jr. and Mike Weir, Jr. announced Saturday, April 12, that they will be joined by ...

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Incumbents Name Washington And Crizer To Ticket
Ben Boehl, The Dundalk Eagle on April 29, 2014

With the retirements of Del. Joseph “Sonny” Minnick and Sen. Norman Stone, there have been rumors circulating ...

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