Montgomery and Prince George’s counties have contributed heavily to what has become one-party Democratic rule in Annapolis: Not a single Republican state delegate or senator represents either of Maryland’s two biggest counties. That’s not healthy for those localities or for the state. Unfortunately, it’s also self-perpetuating: GOP candidates have been so marginalized that few have the money, political base and basic familiarity with state government to mount a credible campaign for office
In District 16, which comprises some of Potomac, Bethesda and Chevy Chase, our choices for the three House seats are the Democratic incumbents William Frick and Ariana Kelly, plus Democratic newcomer Marc Korman, all of Bethesda.
The three bring different focuses that benefit the district’s residents. Frick, for example, has worked to ensure that the state is getting enough bang for its buck in its numerous tax credit programs. A lawyer, he also says he’s passionate about protecting consumers from identity theft and scams.
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