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Be good to your sisters Having a sister on the Prince George County Council doesn ensure a high ranking endorsement just ask Henry C. Turner. Turner sister, County Councilwoman Ingrid Turner (D Dist. 4) of Bowie, has declined to comment on whether or not she would endorse her older brother for county executive. Ingrid Turner, a former Navy lawyer who defeated Bowie Mayor Frederick Robinson for the council seat in 2006, said she had no comment on whether she plans to endorse anyone in the race to succeed outgoing County Executive Jack B. Johnson (D). Henry C. Turner, a Bowie businessman, has never held public office and faces competition from former Del. Rushern Baker, Councilman Samuel Dean (D Dist. 6) of Mitchellville, Sheriff Michael Jackson, Del. Gerron Levi (D Dist. 23) of Bowie and Councilman Tony Knotts (D Dist. 8) of Temple Hills in the Democratic primary election Sept. 14. Turner said Tuesday that he is not surprised his sister isn declaring her allegiance since he is frequently critical of the county leaders. county is in the state it in because of the leadership we had, Henry Turner said. she is part of the establishment. said he is supporting his sister re election even though she has yet to endorse him. works very, very hard, he said. very proud of everything she done. (election) real estate When it comes to taunting your opponents, county executive candidate Rushern Baker knows it all about location, location, location. Baker unveiled plans May 17 to create a series of ethics reforms and to eliminate practices in the county if elected. The news conference was held at Four Points Sheraton in New Carrollton, the site involved in a controversial court case in which the county executive and three council members, including one of Baker election opponents, are accused of rejecting a lease in part because the building owner refused to contribute to their political action committees. Baker spoke in the vacant space the county allegedly agreed to pay $1 million per year to lease. Though Baker didn name names, court documents identify one of his opponents in the race, Councilman Tony Knotts (D Dist. 8) of Temple Hills, who allegedly asked the Four Points owners, American Hospitality Management Corp., for $40,000 in tickets for an undisclosed political event in September 2009. American Hospitality allegedly declined to make the donation. Knotts has repeatedly declined to comment on the allegation, citing the ongoing litigation. Baker never mentioned Knott name at the news conference but said the court case raises questions. not an accident that we sitting in this building right here, Baker told the gathering of supporters. great development like this should not hinge on giving money to Prince George County. did not return a request for comment. First lady flounders over filing status Leslie E. Johnson, the wife of outgoing Prince George County Executive Jack B. Johnson (D), declared at a forum recently that she is running for County Council. But there is confusion over whether her campaign is the next county representative for District 6, I look forward to working with all of you, Johnson said during her closing remarks at a candidate night forum May 18 in Greenbelt. But minutes later, Johnson declined to speak to the press, saying she has not officially filed to run for the seat in the Sept. 14 primary. will file before July 6, she said, referring to the filing deadline. 2 as a candidate with the state Board of Elections in Annapolis. A photograph of Johnson handing a paper to someone behind a desk accompanies the press release. has been my calling to be a public servant. For more than 30 years I have been involved in public service as a volunteer, employee or activist, Johnson is quoted in the press release. passion for the people and heart for Prince George County is only surpassed by my desire to continue to serve our citizens. state elections board employee said Johnson filed a of organization Feb. 2, which allows her to raise money for her campaign. An e mail to Johnson campaign requesting clarification was not returned. Official or not, Johnson was the only candidate for District 6 to appear at the forum sponsored by the Prince George County Volunteer Firefighter and Rescue Association. Abdul Raheem Abdullah of Forestville, Venus C. Bethea of Upper Marlboro, Derrick Leon Davis of Mitchellville and Arthur Turner of Kettering have officially filed with the elections board to run for the council seat. Johnson name does not appear on official candidate lists with the state and local boards of elections.