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Vicky Cutroneo

Won, 2018 Maryland Howard County Board of Education At-large

Howard County Board Of Education At-Large (2019 - 2019)

Personal Details

Vicky Cutroneo (Nonpartisan) is an at-large member of the Howard County Public Schools Board of Education in Maryland. Cutroneo was elected to the office on November 6, 2018.

Cutroneo earned her bachelor's degree in nursing from the University of Maryland. She was a pediatric nurse and a clinical research associate prior to focusing on volunteering in district schools. Cutroneo and her husband, Joe, have three children.

Elections

2018

General election
General election for Howard County Public Schools Board of Education At-large (4 seats)

The following candidates ran in the general election for Howard County Public Schools Board of Education At-large on November 6, 2018.

Candidate
%
Votes

Vicky Cutroneo (Nonpartisan)
15.1
58,426

Chao Wu (Nonpartisan)
14.1
54,254

Jen Mallo (Nonpartisan)
13.9
53,766

Sabina Taj (Nonpartisan)
13.4
51,842

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Bob Glascock (Nonpartisan)
12.2
46,929

Robert Wayne Miller (Nonpartisan)
11.4
43,847

Anita Pandey (Nonpartisan)
9.9
38,109

Danny Mackey (Nonpartisan)
9.6
36,923
Other/Write-in votes
0.4
1,685

Total votes: 385,781
(100% precincts reporting)
Primary election
Primary for Howard County Public Schools Board of Education At-large (4 seats)

The following candidates ran in the primary for Howard County Public Schools Board of Education At-large on June 26, 2018.

Candidate
%
Votes

Vicky Cutroneo (Nonpartisan)
14.1
20,602

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Bob Glascock (Nonpartisan)
12.0
17,503

Robert Wayne Miller (Nonpartisan)
11.3
16,469

Chao Wu (Nonpartisan)
10.7
15,600

Jen Mallo (Nonpartisan)
9.3
13,545

Sabina Taj (Nonpartisan)
9.2
13,326

Anita Pandey (Nonpartisan)
6.9
10,041

Danny Mackey (Nonpartisan)
6.9
9,980

Carleen Pena (Nonpartisan)
5.7
8,301

Saif Rehman (Nonpartisan)
5.2
7,582

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Mavourene Robinson (Nonpartisan)
4.0
5,828

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Timothy Hodgson Hamilton (Nonpartisan)
2.5
3,691

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Christopher Michael Hilfiger (Nonpartisan)
2.2
3,171

Total votes: 145,639


2016

A dispute over the Howard County Board of Education's decision to renew the contract of Superintendent Renee Foose in February 2016 defined the race for three out of seven board seats. All three seats up for election in 2016 were held by board members who approved a four-year contract for Foose. The superintendent faced scrutiny from local groups and state officials over a perceived lack of transparency into district decisions. A swing of all three seats from incumbents to challengers interested in reforming board policies created a majority that does not favor Foose's proposals.

The general election was held on November 8, 2016. A primary election was held on April 26, 2016, with the top six vote recipients advancing to the general election. Incumbents Ann DeLacy, Ellen Flynn Giles, and Janet Siddiqui filed for re-election. They faced challengers Corey Andrews, Marcelino Bedolla, Kirsten Coombs, Vicky Cutroneo, Christina Delmont-Small, Mavis Ellis, Robert Wayne Miller, and Pravin Ponnuri in the primary. Siddiqui, Coombs, Cutroneo, Delmont-Small, Ellis, and Miller ran in the general election. The primary resulted in losses for DeLacy and Giles, opening board seats taken by opponents of Superintendent Foose in November 2016. Coombs, Delmont-Small, and Ellis won election with Siddiqui finishing in fourth place.

Results

Howard County Public Schools,
At-large General Election, 4-Year Terms, 2016
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.png Kirsten Coombs 23.56% 81,482
Green check mark transparent.png Christina Delmont-Small 19.51% 67,466
Green check mark transparent.png Mavis Ellis 16.87% 58,341
Janet Siddiqui Incumbent 15.55% 53,762
Vicky Cutroneo 12.71% 43,935
Robert Wayne Miller 11.71% 40,484
Write-in votes 0.09% 311
Total Votes 345,781
Source: Maryland State Board of Elections, "2016 Presidential General Election Results," accessed December 14, 2016

Howard County Public Schools,
At-large Primary Election, 4-Year Terms, 2016
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.png Kirsten Coombs 17.59% 34,200
Green check mark transparent.png Christina Delmont-Small 15.25% 29,654
Green check mark transparent.png Mavis Ellis 12.64% 24,571
Green check mark transparent.png Janet Siddiqui Incumbent 12.12% 23,564
Green check mark transparent.png Vicky Cutroneo 8.85% 17,200
Green check mark transparent.png Robert Wayne Miller 7.16% 13,916
Corey Andrews 6.73% 13,087
Ann DeLacy Incumbent 6.25% 12,158
Ellen Flynn Giles Incumbent 5.84% 11,355
Pravin Ponnuri 4.71% 9,157
Marcelino Bedolla 2.85% 5,548
Total Votes 194,410
Source: Maryland State Board of Elections, "Unofficial 2016 Presidential Primary Election results for Howard County," accessed April 26, 2016

Funding

Candidates for public office in Maryland had until March 22, 2016, to submit their first contributions and expenditures report of the primary campaign. The final campaign finance deadline of the 2016 campaign was November 22, 2016. State law allows candidates to file Affidavits of Limited Contributions and Expenditures (ALCE) if their campaigns did not accept $1,000 in contributions or spend $1,000 in a particular reporting period.

October 28 filing

Candidates received a total of $3,373.05 and spent a total of $2,929.28 as of October 30, 2016, according to the Maryland Campaign Reporting Information System.

Candidate Contributions Expenditures Cash on hand
Janet Siddiqui (incumbent) $0.00 $0.00 $4,709.75
Kirsten Coombs $795.00 $1,678.02 $2,476.29
Vicky Cutroneo $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Christina Delmont-Small $0.00 $0.00 $2,220.40
Mavis Ellis $1,043.05 $0.00 $3,012.80
Robert Wayne Miller $1,535.00 $1,251.26 $983.39

March 22 filing

Candidates received a total of $27,928.38 and spent a total of $29,236.32 as of April 19, 2016, according to the Maryland Campaign Reporting Information System.

Candidate Contributions Expenditures Cash on hand
Ann DeLacy (incumbent) $3,175.00 $931.78 $2,763.17
Ellen Flynn Giles (incumbent) $0.00 $1,602.90 $10,142.87
Janet Siddiqui (incumbent) $0.00 $6,490.68 $4,134.75
Corey Andrews $1,368.38 $1,249.57 $118.81
Marcelino Bedolla ALCE ALCE ALCE
Kirsten Coombs $2,745.00 $5,371.89 $2,585.33
Vicky Cutroneo $11,350.00 $7,000.00 $4,350.00
Christina Delmont-Small $6,975.00 $0.00 $6,975.00
Mavis Ellis $715.00 $1,710.25 $989.75
Robert Wayne Miller $1,130.00 $568.13 $658.97
Pravin Ponnuri $470.00 $4,311.12 $617.21
Endorsements
Cutroneo received the endorsement of The People's Voice prior to the primary election.