PRIMARY ELECTION 2014 – Candidate Guide

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Maryland’s state-wide primary election is June 24, 2014, for state offices from the governorship to the county Board of Education.

The Takoma/Silver Spring Voice presents a voter’s guide for primary races in our Maryland readership area.

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FIND YOUR POLLING PLACE:
Download an Voting Information Project ap to your phone or device, or go to their website.

RACES

US House of Representatives District 8
Chris Van Hollen
Governor
Anthony Brown
Doug Gansler
Heather Mizeur
[not all candidates have responded to our questionnaire as of yet]
State Delegate for District 20 (Democrats) – Vote for 3
Justin Chappell
Will Jawando
Sheila Hixson
D’juan Hopewell
Jonathan Shurberg
Will Smith
David Moon
Darian Unger
George Zokle
Montgomery County Executive
Phil Andrews
Doug Duncan
Ike Leggett
Montgomery County Council District 5
Christopher Barclay
Evan Glass
Tom Hucker
Terrill North
Jeffrey Thames
[not all candidates have responded to our questionnaire as of yet]
Montgomery County Council At-Large – Vote for 4
Beth Daly
Marc Elrich
Nancy Floreen
George Leventhal
Hans Riemer
Vivian Malloy
Montgomery County Board of Education
Edward Amatetti
Shebra Evans
Merry Eisner-Heidorn
Jill Ortman-Fouse
EARLY VOTING
Voters may go to any early voting site in Montgomery County and cast a ballot from Thursday, June 12 through Thursday, June 19 (including Saturday and Sunday) between 10am and 8pm. Early voting results are tallied on election night, just like votes cast on Election Day. If you vote early, you may not vote by mail or on Election Day.
Mid-County Community Recreation Center
Social Hall
2004 Queensguard Road
Silver Spring, MD 20906
Executive Office Building
Auditorium
101 Monroe Street
Rockville, MD 20850
Silver Spring Civic Building
Ellsworth and Spring Rooms
One Veterans Place
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Wheaton Community Recreation Center Gymnasium
11711 Georgia Avenue
Wheaton, MD 20902

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5 Comments on "PRIMARY ELECTION 2014 – Candidate Guide"

  1. Thanks!

  2. Jeffrey Noel-Nosbaum | June 19, 2014 at 3:10 pm | Reply

    Why weren’t the County Executive candidates asked about tax duplication?

  3. Tom Gagliardo | June 20, 2014 at 11:38 am | Reply

    Last week Tom Hucker’s most aggressive competitor was the beneficiary of an “independent expenditure” by an ad hoc business group. Not a surprise. This influx of cash is aimed at defeating Tom and is consistent with The Washington Post’s express reason for denying Tom its endorsement (after strongly endorsing him twice before). He is “in thrall to the unions”.

    If that means he was endorsed by the Metro Washington AFL-CIO and four unions representing Montgomery County employees so be it. But what does it mean to you that Tom has been endorsed by more than two dozen advocacy groups including the Sierra Club and Casa de Maryland and has a 100% voting record according to Equality Maryland and Maryland State Education Association?
    We can’t afford to lose Tom’ strong public, political voice. That’s why I’m voting for him and asking my friends and neighbors to do the same.

  4. Tom Gagliardo | June 20, 2014 at 12:52 pm | Reply

    You did not list Will Jawando as a candidate for State Delegate and three minor candidates for governor — Ralph Jaffe , Charles Smith and Cindy Walsh. The Jawando omission is more significant.

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