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October 25, 2016


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Lisa M

Thank you for giving your opinion. I have been back and forth with Question A. I don't like the new ads opposing Question A stating that there would be less money for the school system if money had to be used for campaign financing. I guess I should go with my initial gut instinct to vote "yes" instead of listening to those spinning the wheels of deception.

Warren Wortman

Thanks for supporting Question A. Getting money out of campaigns should be a top priority.

David Hondowicz

My former boss, Phil Andrews, authored Montgomery County's law just before he left our County Council. Hopefully our Council will continue to fully fund the program so it's ready for meaningful use in 2018. This is a perfectly reasonable way to encourage broader participation in County elections by viable folks running for office and interest in such races by the voters. I hope this same system is supported in Howard County and other counties throughout Maryland.

Trevor Greene

Been going back and forth on Question A as well. Quick question. You wrote that in Montgomery County PACs, businesses and corporations are not allowed to give to candidates. Are unions still allowed to give money to candidates?

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