Montgomery County’s all-Democratic delegation of state lawmakers in Annapolis includes a number of the General Assembly’s most senior and respected stalwarts. Despite that, its status as the state’s only county (or city) with a population exceeding 1 million, it doesn’t always exercise clout commensurate with its weight. Some promising newcomers might help. The following candidates, identified in bold type, are our choices in the contested Democratic primary races on June 24. (There are no contested Republican primary races in Montgomery.)
Montgomery County Media gives each candidate for State and County office three minutes of airtime to make their case to the people. Here's Marc's pitch:
By Aaron Kraut
There was little (if any) actual debating Sunday in what was billed as a debate for the eight candidates vying for three seats in June’s District 16 House of Delegates Democratic primary.
There were some illuminating responses to questions about school construction funding and Maryland’s failed health care exchange.
But perhaps most interesting were the responses on transportation issues from incumbents Ariana Kelly and Bill Frick. Frick jumped out of the attorney general race on filing deadline day to run for reelection in the House.
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