Doug Duncan’s Closing Statement at Candidates Forum (Video)

In this MyMCMedia extra, Doug Duncan presents his closing statement at a county executive candidates forum, which was held on Feb. 12 at Richard Montgomery High School.

The forum was sponsored by the Montgomery County Education Association (MCEA), the Service Employees International Union Local 500, and the Montgomery County Association of Administrators and Principals.

“Our schools are tremendously overcrowded,” said Duncan. “This is a problem that we have known about for some time, and we are in a crunch right now because of three mistakes by my two primary opponents.”

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The other candidates who took part in this forum included, Phil Andrews, Isiah Leggett and Jim Shalleck. The primary election is set for June 24.

 
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