Frederick County experienced somewhat of a light blue wave Tuesday with the potential flipping of one of the county’s six House of Delegates seats from Republican to Democrat for a three-to-three match in the House.

According to unofficial results released Tuesday night, Democrat Ken Kerr was beating Republican incumbent Delegates William “Bill” Folden in District 3B. If Kerr wins, it means a total of three Democrats will represent the county with delegates Karen Lewis Young and Carol Krimm in District 3A both set to secure second terms over their Republican challengers.

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Bill Folden...Good man


"You got to know when to hold 'em, know when to Folden, know when to walk away, know when to run."

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