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Green candidate George Gluck on the ballot in Montgomery County, Maryland

In District 4 of Montgomery County, Maryland there will be a special election on Tuesday, May 19 to elect a county council member.  George Gluck is the Green candidate in the race, and he is going up against a favored Democrat and a Republican.  The Washington Post recently had an article covering the race in which they talked about Gluck’s tax plans and his criticism of an opponent.  Below is a video of Gluck on local television.

6 Comments

  1. Ross Levin Ross Levin Post author | May 17, 2009

    Yeah. I don’t remember it, but my parents say that he used to run all the time around here. They don’t know what party but his old campaign headquarters is a three minute drive from my house, as is his house.

  2. Third Party Revolution Third Party Revolution May 17, 2009

    I’ve heard of Phil Berg before. BTW, is he running as a member of the Democratic Party?

  3. Ross Levin Ross Levin May 17, 2009

    I’ll try to. There are some elections in PA that night, too. The GP website says there are two people running in the whole state, but I’m not sure about any other third party. And Phil Berg, one of the lawyers who tried to snag Obama on that birth certificate thing, is running for district judge where I live.

  4. Third Party Revolution Third Party Revolution May 17, 2009

    Well how do you even know if he is going to lose. What if he is going to win? Or what if he will lose, but will have a good showing? But we will see when the election results come out.

    P.S: Can someone post the election results on IPR?

  5. Catholic Trotskyist Catholic Trotskyist May 16, 2009

    He will lose anyway, no matter what empty promises “Third Party Revolution” makes.

  6. Third Party Revolution Third Party Revolution May 16, 2009

    We here at Third Party Revolution endorse George Cluck in his campaign for Montgomery County Council District 4, along with many other third party and independent candidates seeking public offices nation-wide, ranging from local to federal levels.

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