A Letter to MoCo:
Dear Friends and Fellow Residents,
I was born here in Montgomery County, went to school here, and started and grew a business here. My wife and I are raising our family here. I have been active in our business, civic, and nonprofit communities for decades -- devoted to making our county a better place.
I remain in awe of our community’s countless attributes yet worry that our challenges will eventually diminish the very things that make it great. In 2018, I was so concerned about our future that I ran for County Executive. I felt then that we weren’t reaching our full potential, and I am even more concerned today.
Montgomery County deserves strong collaborative leadership empowering local community leaders; financial discipline and transparency when spending taxpayer dollars; and a vibrant economy by investing in local businesses and promoting our community's potential for growth within the private sector.
Our community is at a pivotal point and needs vigorous, effective, tested leadership. I’m running for County Executive because we can and should be doing better. I’ll bring the vision, leadership, and financial discipline to make Montgomery County a better place for all who live here.
I will strive to earn your vote in the months ahead and encourage you to sign up to learn more about my campaign. Together, we can make Montgomery County the thriving, successful place we all expect and deserve.
Say NO to Crushing Parking Fees
County Executive Marc Elrich has proposed parking fee increases of 25%, 33%, 50% or more. The Montgomery County Council will soon vote on whether to approve these increases. Learn More...