John Cluster


Kingsville Volunteer Fire Capital Campaign Hits Fundraising Landmark
$1.4 Million Raised towards $4 Million Goal

Kingsville, MD - Delegate Eric Bromwell, Delegate Kathy Szeliga, Maryland Senator Kathy Klausmeier, Delegate John Cluster, Jr., Councilman David Marks, and Dennis F. Rasmussen of the Rasmussen Group joined Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company (KVFC) Capital Campaign committee today to commemorate  its first fundraising landmark in raising $1.4 million towards their $4 million goal. The diligent support from these officials helps KVFC continue working towards their fundraising goals.

KVFC provides professional fire, rescue, and emergency medical services to surrounding communities including White Marsh, Perry Hall, Long Green, Jacksonville, as well as responding to the Harford County areas such as Joppa, Joppatowne, Edgewood and Fallston.

Averaging more than 2,200 emergency responses a year, a growing community, and managing over 100 active volunteer members; the demands for an upgraded building becomes more significant each year. The last renovation was done in 1984.

The new building is scheduled to make headway with the expected groundbreaking of Spring 2015.

Learn more about KVFC’s Capital Campaign at


Delegate John Cluster Receives the Endorsement of the Baltimore County Firefighters Association Local 1311


The Baltimore County Professional Fire Fighters Association Local 1311 voted to endorse Delegate John Cluster at their April monthly meeting.

"It is a honor and privilege to receive the endorsement of the Baltimore County Professional Fire Fighters Association," said Delegate Cluster. "I really appreciate the members voting to endorse me and I will continue to work hard for them if I am re-elected this year to serve the citizens of Baltimore County."


Maryland Governor to be Honored for Fight Against Death Penalty
Perry Hall Patch, April 15, 2014

O'Malley's Opposition to the death penalty drew criticism for Maryland Delegate John W.E. Cluster Jr., R-Baltimore County, who call it a deterrent to murder, citing the sharply lower murder rates in Baltimore County, where prosecutors seek the death penalty, than in adjacent Baltimore, where they do not. (Read More)


Delegate John Cluster to receive the John Shaw Award by Maryland Business for Responsive Government for a Pro-Business Record in Maryland General Assembly.

Annapolis - In February 2014, Delegate John Cluster (R-Baltimore County) will be the recipient of the John Shaw Award by the board of Directors of Maryland Business for Responsive Government at their 2014 Roll Call Honors Awards Ceremony at The William Paca House. The John Shaw Award is presented in recognition of pro-business votes in the Maryland General Assembly. "I am deeply honored to once again receive this prestigious award, and I look forward to continuing my rigorous support for our diverse business community in Maryland", Del. Cluster commented. The John Shaw Award was also presented to the Baltimore County native for his work during the 2011 legislative session.

House Republicans Start 2014 Session with Emphasis on Tax Relief

Annapolis – Today, the House Republican Caucus began the work of the 2014 Legislative Session by affirming their leadership team and commitment to presenting alternatives to the high taxes being pushed by the majority party in Annapolis. (Read More)


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