Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz (D) died early Thursday morning at a local hospital after suffering a heart attack overnight. He was 60 years old and participated in a candidates' forum earlier in the evening.
After he awakened around 2 a.m. EDT at his Owings Mills home and complaining of feeling ill, Kamenetz and his wife drove to a volunteer fire station less than two miles away, county officials told the media. Kamenetz was the 12th County Executive of Baltimore County and previously served as a County Councilman representing the Second District of Baltimore County. He won the county executive seat in 2010 and was reelected in 2014.
Governor Hogan directed all state flags to be flown at half-staff until sunset on the day of his funeral.
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh said Kamenetz was an "ardent supporter" of Baltimore and someone she "admired".
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The County Council will now have to vote on a replacement for Kamenetz to serve the remaining seven months of his term. They include Montgomery County Executive Rushern Baker and former NAACP President Ben Jealous.
"Like so many, I am shocked and heartbroken by this sudden and unexpected loss", said Valerie Ervin, Kamenetz' running mate in his campaign for governor. "He dedicated his life to public service, to making a difference and he helped to move Maryland forward".