Elected Officials

Click here to find your elected officials. 

For County Council, visit the Council website for a map of Montgomery County districts.

The public policy enacted by legislators impacts the business climate. MCCC believes it is critically important to understand a candidate's background, philosophies and ideas. For that reason, during the 2014 election cycle we invited candidates to complete a questionnaire (click here) and made that available to our members.

The Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce is a 501 c 6 advocacy organization. The organization does not endorse candidates for political office.  To see the individual candidate's complete answers in their own words, please select the office and candidate.

To see the list of candidates running in 2014 for different offices, click the corresponding links:

State of Maryland Governor

  • Larry Hogan (R)

Maryland General Assembly

Voters elect one Senator and Three Delegates per District

Find your State Assembly District here.

Legislative District 14

State Senator (1)

House of Delegates (3)

Legislative District 15

State Senator (1)

House of Delegates (3)

Legislative District 16

State Senator (1)

House of Delegates (3)

Legislative District 17

State Senator (1)

  • Cheryl C. Kagan (D)           

House of Delegates (3)

Legislative District 18

State Senator (1)

House of Delegates (3)

  • Al Carr (D)
  • Ana Sol Gutierrez (D)
  • Jeff Waldstreicher (D)

Legislative District 19

State Senator (1)

  • Roger Manno (D)

House of Delegates (3)

Legislative District 20

State Senator (1)

House of Delegates (3)

Legislative District 39

State Senator (1)

House of Delegates (3)

Montgomery County Executive

Montgomery County Council

Find your Councilmanic District here.

District 001

  • Roger Berliner (D)

District 002        

District 003

District 004

District 005

  • Tom Hucker (D)

County Council At Large – Four Positions

Ballot Measures:

On the November ballot, voters across Maryland will face Question 1, a proposed constitutional amendment that places restrictions on the ability of the next governor and General Assembly to use transportation money to help balance the general fund. The Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce supports this initiative.

Click here to read the Baltimore Sun Article on the Transportation Lock Box.

Click here to learn more about the Transportation Coalition.

MCCC on the Issues:

Montgomery Week in Review hosted a show on the 2014 Elections during which Ilaya Hopkins presented issues of importance to MCCC. See the full video here (MCCC introduced at 13:50).

 

 

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