By Aaron Kraut
Marc Korman, a lawyer and longtime local Democratic Party organizer, is the third candidate to announce a campaign for what’s expected to be two vacant District 16 Delegate seats in next June’s Primary.
Korman has been a member of the Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee since 2007 and is the chairman of the Western Montgomery County Citizens Advisory Board. The 31-year-old practices communications law for D.C.-based Sidley Austin and is on the Board of Directors for the Bethesda Urban Partnership.
By Agnes Blum
Known locally as a Democratic activist with a dry wit, Marc Korman has decided to raise his profile by throwing his hat in the ring for one of two possible vacant District 16 delegate seats.
Korman, who lives in the Bradley Village section of Bethesda with his wife, Rebecca, and their 19-month-old toddler, grew up in Rockville and returned to the county after college.
He serves as the chairman of the Western Montgomery County Citizens Advisory Board and has been a member of the Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee since 2007.
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