ANNAPOLIS - Saying he has enjoyed working both in and out of the State House during the past four years, Maryland Del. Robert A. McKee, R-Washington, has filed for re-election to his seat in the House of Delegates.
"I think in some small way, I've been able to serve the citizens and I would like to continue to do so," McKee, of Halfway, said last Thursday.
McKee is the only person so far to file to run for either party's nomination in District 2A, which covers the western part of Washington County, including the towns of Williamsport, Clear Spring and Hancock.
The filing deadline is July 6.
McKee was elected to the seat in 1994 in a victory many political observers viewed as a major upset, beating then-Washington County Commissioners President Richard E. Roulette.