SALISBURY, Md.- Maryland Republican Del. Kathy Szeliga was in Salisbury on Thursday to discuss her run for U.S. Senate. Szeliga is seeking the seat currently held by retiring Democrat, Barbara Mikulski.
Szeliga held a gathering at Headquarters Live in downtown Salisbury, which was attended by various well known figures on the Eastern Shore including Congressman Andy Harris, Wicomico County Executive Bob Culver, Wicomico County Sheriff Mike Lewis. and Del. Mary Beth Carozza.
Szeliga told her crowd that she is focused on improving quality of life, improving security, and improving the country's education system.
Szeliga added she is devoted to looking out for the "forgotten man in Washington" and believes folks on the Eastern Shore will be crucial for her campaign.
"I met my husband here. We met in Ocean City. And my grandmother lived in Montego Bay so I have a very deep emotional connection to the shore. And the people on the shore are the salt of the earth. They truly represent the forgotten man," Szeliga said.
Szeliga is seeking the Republican primary nomination for the senate race over fellow republicans that include Chris Kafalas, Richard Douglas, and Anthony Seda.