The winds of change blew like a hurricane through the Frederick County political establishment in the July 19 primary. Both the county government and the county school system are undergoing dramatic changes. Old names will be wiped away. New names will be poised to take their place in the governing bodies of our community. When this election year ends, we will have a new county executive and at least three new members on our seven-member County Council. A fourth council member, M.C. Keegan-Ayer, also has lost — by three votes — but we are waiting on whether she requests a recount that could change the result.