• I Cannot Thank You Enough

    I cannot say how humbled I am by all the support you gave this campaign last year. Whether it was contributing, volunteering, or both, tremendous progress was made for me to become the next Montgomery County Executive, though there is still a lot of hard work ahead. Polls show that Montgomery County wants a new

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  • Duncan Commends Montgomery County Leadership for Call to Action for School Construction

    Rockville, Maryland — This morning, our leaders in the Montgomery County Government, Montgomery County Public Schools, and our Annapolis Delegation put aside their differences and united for the good of the County’s children.  Together, they called for a $750 million funding package for school construction money similar to the $1 billion Baltimore City received last year.

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  • Happy Birthday Doug and John! Love, B

    Happy Birthday Doug!   You are  – the greatest husband of 33 years, the most wonderful father of 32 years, and in your 23 year tenure you were one of the best public servants in Montgomery County!! It’s been a blink and a most incredible one at that.  You are  –  my love. In 1979

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  • John and Doug’s Birthday Card

    Happy Birthday, Dad!! John, it’s your day too—hope it’s a great 29th! I always tried so hard to emulate the many qualities that I so admire about my dad.  As a 4th son, I had a lot of work to do.  Each of my older brothers has many of the qualities of Dad that I

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  • Washington Post reports Duncan leads in race for County Executive

    Great news: The Washington Post just reported that Doug is leading in the race for County Executive. In fact, according to a recent independent poll, he is leading his closest opponent by 8 points. “Duncan enjoys 89 percent name identification–atypical for a politician who has not been on a Montgomery ballot since 2002, Yang said–and

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  • The True Patriots

    There has been a lot of talk about the Government Shutdown.  Here in Montgomery County, like so many other counties in this country, we are affected by this petty bickering.  We have over 70,000 federal employees that are furloughed, and we are losing an estimated $760,000 of Montgomery County tax dollars per day.  All of

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  • Celebrating across Montgomery County

    What a Sunday! (And I am not talking about the Redskins; thankfully I was not able to watch). We started the day off going up to Germantown and checking out the grand opening of the brand new Wegmans, an upstate New York family-owned chain. After a long line to just park, we walked around the store and the excitement on all the shoppers’ faces was palpable. It was a long time coming, but what a store; congratulations to all involved, cannot wait to go back there.

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  • Labor Day

    This Labor Day, I was joined by my closest supporters and volunteers as we walked in both the Kensington and the Gaithersburg Labor Day parades.

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