Susan Krebs is a full-time Delegate who fights every day for her Carroll County constituents.
She is a champion of fiscal responsibility and a strong Conservative voice against the liberal-progressive wave of freedom-killing legislation and the out-of-control taxation that engulfed Maryland through 8 years of Governor O'Malley.
A Proven Leader
In Annapolis, Susan is in the forefront of speaking out and supporting our 2nd Amendment rights, Protect Retirees’ income from unfair tax policy, against increased taxes, and sanctuary cities for illegal aliens. At the same time, Susan manages to be an effective legislator for education, small businesses, transportation and sensible health care.
Susan is a member of the Health and Government Operations Committee and also is a member of the Next Generation (NG) 9-1-1 Commission, serving with emergency services experts from around the state, developing a comprehensive package to replace our current aging copper lines with technology that will: ensure accurate geo- location when using a cell phone, allow for texting and video for emergency notifications, and ensure cross jurisdiction interoperability.
She also serves on the Joint Committee on Children, Youth, and Families which Governor's Commission on Suicide Prevention. The committee focusing on early childhood education, health, safety and the economic well-being of children in Maryland, as well as services planned for children and their families
As a wife, mother, grandmother, and former business woman, Susan understands as well as anyone what it means to live on a budget and meet a payroll.
Her background proved to be the cornerstone of a reputation for effective, conservative leadership that began forming upon her election to the House of Delegates in 2002.
Fighting for Carroll County's Conservative Values
It is Susan’s depth of experience, expertise and knowledge that makes her such a valuable asset to her party and Carroll County…ESPECIALLY NOW!
While many in the Legislature and state would just throw up their hands and play “go along, get along,” Susan has decided to keep standing up with other right-thinking conservatives and FIGHT!
Susan has always been a problem solver-not a problem maker. She works with other like minded legislators to offer solutions to the challenges facing our state and Carroll County.
A Lifetime of Public Service
Susan and her husband, Mark, raised their three children, Heather, Stacey and Brian in Eldersburg where they all graduated from Liberty High School, graduated from college, married, and have given them the gifts of four beautiful grandchildren.
Susan’s passion for community service led her to run for the Carroll County Board of Education in 1998 where she served for four years- two years as President. She then was elected to the House of Delegates serving for three terms representing District 9 and, after statewide re-districting, is in her second term serving Carroll County in District 5. She serves as the minority ranking member of the House Health and Government Operations (HGO) Committee.
Working to assure quality of life and long term care for our senior citizens, Susan was a long-time member of the Carroll Lutheran Village Advisory Board.
Hard at work combating the opioid crisis raging in our communities, along with her state and county partners, Susan serves on the Carroll County Senior Opioid Policy Group.
As Chair of the Carroll Hospice Board of Trustees, Susan is dedicated to compassionate care at end of life, and she also serves on the Carroll Hospital Foundation Board.
Susan has been a longtime member of Wesley Freedom United Methodist Church and serves on the Board of Directors for the church’s Early Years Learning Center. She is active in the Freedom District Lions Club and serves on the youth outreach committee and as a member of the SEEMORE support group for blind and visually impaired members of the community.
Susan was humbled by her selection as Westminster Rotary Club’s Citizen of the Year and is an advocate for farmers, small businesses and those in the disability community.
Some of her favorite activities are supporting the Westminster Boys and Girls Club and the military veterans and scouting groups in her community- she has participated in dozens of Eagle Scout ceremonies to recognize the many accomplishments of our youth and cherishes every opportunity to honor our veterans.
Susan has a long history of service and leadership, not only in Annapolis, but in her community.