Gansler Opens Montgomery County Office
Maryland gubernatorial candidate Douglas Gansler (D) and his running mate, Delegate Jolene Ivey, officially opened their Montgomery County campaign office on Feb. 16 with an endorsement announcement from the International Association of Fire Fighters Local 1664, AFL-CIO, CLC.
According to a news releases issued by the Gansler campaign, over 200 supporters cheered as State Senator Brian Feldman (D-15) kicked off the campaign office opening rally in Rockville.
“I have known Doug for years, I’ve seen him in action when he was a State’s Attorney and as Attorney General, and he was fantastic in both jobs,” said Feldman. “I’ve witnessed how effective Jolene Ivey has been in the State House, and that’s why I made a decision to support their ticket. Doug and Jolene will work hard for Montgomery County and for the whole state.”
During his remarks, Gansler announced that the International Association of Fire Fighters Local 1664, AFL-CIO, CLC has endorsed the Gansler/Ivey ticket.
“It is with great excitement that the firefighters right here in this county are getting behind Attorney General Gansler’s campaign for governor. Doug’s strong record on public safety, his support for firefighters, dating all the way back to when he first became State’s Attorney in 1998, and his willingness to fight for the people of Maryland make him our choice for Governor,” said IAFF Local 1664 President Jeffrey Buddle. “We look forward to campaigning with him, making calls, knocking doors, whatever it takes.”
The Montgomery County office at 326 N. Stonestreet Street (Suite A2) in Rockville, is one of nine campaign offices the Gansler campaign is opening throughout the state.
ORIGINAL POST Maryland gubernatorial candidate Douglas Gansler (D) and lieutenant governor candidate Jolene Ivey will officially open their campaign’s Montgomery County office on February 16 at 1 p.m., making brief remarks and greeting supporters.
The new office is located at 326 N. Stonestreet Avenue, Suite A2 in Rockville.