By Donna Broadway
For state delegate-elect Marc Korman, his election to the state house of delegates is the result of years of hard work and the realization of a lifelong dream. Korman, a Montgomery County native, has been serving on government and civic boards and has held elected office since 2007.
By Lou Peck
Despite a nationwide and statewide tide running in favor of the Republicans, Democrats maintained a lock on the 32-member Montgomery County state legislative delegation Tuesday – while turning back several Republican challengers who had been touted as upset possibilities.
By Rebecca Gale
Hill staffers can do pretty well when they run for local office.
Last year, Hill Navigator talked with three former Capitol Hill staffers running in local elections.
Now, with votes counted and Election Day behind us, it’s time to see how they did.
Marc Korman: This former staffer for Democratic Reps. Brian Baird of Washington and Brad Sherman of California, he won election to the Maryland House of Delegates.
By Ryan Marshall
Montgomery County’s District 16 will feature some reshuffling but maintain its all-Democratic makeup after three of the district’s incumbents were re-elected to the General Assembly and a Democratic challenger was elected to fill the fourth seat.
All four won by comfortable margins Tuesday.
In the House race, incumbents Ariana Kelly and Bill Frick, and challenger Marc Korman, all Democrats, defeated Republicans John Andrews, Lynda del Castillo and Rose Maria Li. All six are from Bethesda; the district also includes Chevy Chase and parts of Potomac.
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