Wednesday, July 12, 2023

Rockville City Council candidate Adam Van Grack announces 10 more endorsements

Rockville City Council candidate Adam Van Grack released a list of ten more endorsements of his campaign by local, state and federal elected officials yesterday. Van Grack had already been endorsed by former Rockville mayor Susan Hoffmann. His newest endorsements come from former Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler, former U.S. Congressman Tom McMillen, former Rockville mayor Steven Van Grack, former Rockville City Councilman Bob Wright, former Kensington mayor and current director of the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Regional Services Center Pete Fosselman, Maryland State Senator Brian Feldman (District 15), Maryland State Delegates Marc Korman (District 16) and Joe Vogel (District 17), former Maryland State Delegate Bill Bronrott (District 16), and former Montgomery County Board of Education member Alan Cheung.

"Our campaign for Rockville City Council is gaining momentum, and these endorsements are proof that we are building a campaign to win in November," Adam Van Grack said in a statement. "I am honored to receive the support of such a vast list of leaders from all levels of government, from the halls of Congress to our City Hall. As the only candidate raised in Rockville, we are building a campaign for a better future for this city that I love."

"Adam understands the challenges facing our city and he knows the solutions that we need," Vogel said in the joint statement Tuesday. "When we send Adam Van Grack to the City Council, he will spend his time working to make Rockville a better city for all." Vogel is also currently a candidate for U.S. Congress in Maryland's 6th Congressional District.

Hoffmann reiterated her support for Van Grack yesterday. "I support Adam for the Rockville City Council," she said. "I know that he will be an outstanding leader responsive to our residents and the needs of the City. His Rockville roots and range of unique experiences make him the right Councilmember to take on the crucial challenges facing Rockville City government at this time."

Photo courtesy Friends of Adam Van Grack

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