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Faith Loudon
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Candidate for
Maryland House of Delegates, District 31B
Elections and appointments
Next generalNovember 4, 2014
Term limitsN/A
Bachelor'sUniversity of Maryland
Place of birthBaltimore, MD
Faith Loudon was a 2014 Republican candidate for District 31B of the Maryland House of Delegates. She ran unsuccessfully for the U.S. House to represent the 4th Congressional District of Maryland in 2012.


Loudon was born in Baltimore, Maryland.[1]


  • University of Maryland


  • Stallfort Pressure Pak Inc.[1]
  • Davison Chemical Company, a division of W R Grace[1]

After she married, Loudon spent her career as a homemaker and mother.[1]



See also: Maryland House of Delegates elections, 2014

Elections for the office of Maryland House of Delegates took place in 2014. A primary election took place on June 24, 2014. The general election was held on November 4, 2014. The filing deadline for candidates wishing to run in this election was February 25, 2014. Jeremiah Chiappelli and Doug Morris defeated Stan Janor in the Democratic primary, while incumbent Nicholaus R. Kipke and Meagan C. Simonaire defeated incumbent Don Dwyer, Jr., Brian A. Chisholm, Paul William Drgos, Jr., Gus Kurtz, Faith M. Loudon and David Lee Therrien in the Republican primary. Kipke and Simonaire defeated Chiappelli and Morris in the general election for two seats.[2][3]

Maryland House of Delegates District 31B, General Election, 2014
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngNicholaus Kipke Incumbent 40% 20,858
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngMeagan C. Simonaire 37.5% 19,555
     Democratic Jeremiah Chiappelli 12.1% 6,332
     Democratic Doug Morris 10.3% 5,394
Total Votes 52,139

Maryland House of Delegates, District 31B Democratic Primary, 2014
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngJeremiah Chiappelli 35.9% 2,088
Green check mark transparent.pngDoug Morris 35.2% 2,048
Stan Janor 29% 1,686
Total Votes 5,822
Maryland House of Delegates, District 31B Republican Primary, 2014
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngNicholaus R. Kipke 31% 3,920
Green check mark transparent.pngMeagan C. Simonaire 24.3% 3,075
Gus Kurtz 14.1% 1,779
Brian A. Chisholm 12.7% 1,607
Faith M. Loudon 8.1% 1,017
Don Dwyer, Jr. 7% 890
Paul William Drgos, Jr. 1.8% 230
David Lee Therrien 0.9% 111
Total Votes 12,629


See also: Maryland's 4th Congressional District elections, 2012

Loudon ran in the 2012 election for the U.S. House to represent Maryland's 4th District. On April 3, 2012, Loudon defeated Greg Holmes, Randy Gearhart and Charles Shepher in the Republican primary on April 3, 2012.[4] She was then defeated by Democratic incumbent Donna Edwards in the November general elections.

The signature filing deadline for candidates wishing to run was January 11, 2012.

Loudon gained support from many of Maryland's Republican leaders, including Andy Harris, representative from the 1st District and former Governor Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr.[5][6]

General election

U.S. House, Maryland District 4 General Election, 2012
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Democratic Green check mark transparent.pngDonna Edwards Incumbent 77.2% 240,385
     Republican Faith Loudon 20.7% 64,560
     Libertarian Scott Soffen 2% 6,204
     N/A Other Write-ins 0.1% 363
Total Votes 311,512
Source: Maryland State Board of Elections "Representative in Congress"

Republican Election

U.S. House, Maryland District 4 Republican Primary, 2012
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngFaith Loudon 61.3% 9,175
Randy Gearhart 19.9% 2,977
Greg Holmes 9.2% 1,370
Charles Shephard 9.6% 1,443
Total Votes 14,965

Campaign issues

The following are four issues highlighted by Loudon on her campaign website."[7]

  • Jobs

Excerpt: "Spending taxpayer dollars on infrastructure is fine; however, it cannot be our primary means of job creation as these jobs are temporary. Faith believes the best way to go about this is to introduce and pass business-friendly legislation that will keep jobs from going overseas."[8]

  • Taxes and Spending

Excerpt: "Our policymakers should employ the same strategies that Americans would use at home when faced with similar issues."[9]

  • Education

Excerpt: "Faith believes that the responsibilities of education and the choices associated with them should rest with the families directly impacted by schools. This means never forcing children to attend failing schools. We should return federal funds to the state and local levels where they can help our children, and decisions can be made by local communities."[10]

  • Immigration

Excerpt: "Illegal immigration takes jobs away from people who are here legally. Granting citizenship to illegal immigrants encourages people to break the rules and is unfair and insulting to all the immigrants who followed the rules."[11]


  • Republican Woman of the Year for the State of Maryland, 2010
  • Republican Woman of the Year for Anne Arundel County, MD (2008)
  • Central Committee’s Unsung Hero Award (2007, 2009 and 2010)
  • Anne Arundel Republican Party’s Volunteer of the Year (1995)[12]

Campaign donors


Above is a breakdown of funds for the 2012 election, according to source.

Loudon lost the United States House of Representatives election in 2012. During that election cycle, Loudon's campaign committee raised a total of $76,307 and spent $76,307.[13]

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Loudon is the mother of three children: a daughter and a son who live in Delaware and a son who resides in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. She has 7 grandchildren.[1]

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