Joanna Conti, a Cape St. Claire resident and former county executive candidate, was one of the many political enemies County Executive John R. Leopold kept private files on, The Baltimore Sun reports.
The Baltimore Sun reported that Leopold used county staff and a statewide police criminal records database to gather information on his political enemies, according to information released by the Anne Arundel County Police Department in a public records request.
The file on Conti included public information on a townhouse development she and her husband had invested in, and information on her husband's business.
Conti told The Baltimore Sun that Leopold should have hired his own campaign workers to track down information on political opponents, like she did during her own campaign against Leopold in 2010.
Conti was recently , a group created to gather ideas from parents for school improvement. The group will hold its first meeting in the at 6:45 p.m. on March 27. More information on the Parents Advocacy Network can be found on its website.