Putting Montgomery County First.
Empowering Young People in our Community.
Getting Progressive Results in Annapolis.
Keeping Maryland Schools #1 in the Nation

Welcome to our Online Campaign Headquarters!

Marylanders are looking for the next generation of progressive leaders to build on our victories in advancing civil rights, to continue economic development and growth, and to ensure the environment is protected.

District 16 is home to the top public schools in the Nation, our country’s leading health research and development agencies, and a community that cares deeply about our high quality of life.

As someone who has worked to advance legislation in Annapolis, built winning coalitions, and mobilized grassroots activists, I believe I am uniquely qualified to advance the fight for a progressive agenda in District 16 and our state.

I have always had a passion for politics because I believe an open-minded exchange of ideas and a willingness to join forces for the greater good will generate positive results.

In the next few months, I will be going door to door and neighborhood by neighborhood to make sure you have every opportunity to share your ideas, thoughts and concerns about the future of our community.

Many thanks for visiting and please feel free to contact me with your questions, thoughts, and ideas. I look forward to hearing from you!

Latest News

Nov7

With Pepco officials barred from the event, power reliability advocates on Wednesday sharply criticized a regulatory climate they claim is heavily stacked in favor of the electric company and against customers.

Nov6

Bethesda, Maryland — The Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund today announced its endorsement of Kevin Walling, candidate for Delegate in the Maryland General Assembly. Walling previously helped lead the fight for marriage equality in Maryland. If elected at the age of 28, he will be the youngest openly LGBT person elected in the Free State.

Oct8

Campaign Blog

Montgomery County is literally bursting at the seams. We need to aggressively respond to the rapid growth in our community, and Superintendent Joshua Starr’s proposed $1.55 billion capital improvement budget for next fiscal year is the right first step.