David Sloan, Jr. is a proven advocate who has dedicated his professional life to bringing people together to advocate on behalf of the issues that matter to our county: jobs, opportunity, high quality education, affordable health care, and stronger, safer communities.
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Jun 25, 2014
The results are in, and even though the last votes are yet to be counted, the results are shaping up.
While we didn't win at the polls tonight, we sent a clear and positive message about the kind of community we want to see built here in the 26th District. And we sent a message about the kind of advocates that our community demands in the elected officials we send to Annapolis to represent us.
None of this could have been possible without your steadfast support and encouragement along the way. It has been an honor getting to know each and every one of you that I met along the way. I look forward to staying in touch with you in the coming days and months ahead.
Our work is not done.
Jun 01, 2014
I have some great news to share. This morning The Washington Post endorsed David for Delegate in the 26th District! ocalls.
"A capable successor would be David Sloan, a former aide to Gov. Martin O’Malley and former head of the state Democratic Party. He offers a focus on public safety, economic development and education. He would bring a jolt of energy to the delegation rounded out by incumbents Kris Valderrama and Jay Walker."
There are two simple things you can do to get the word out:
- Please forward this post to everyone you know that either lives in the district or might be interested in making a contribution.
- Please consider making a contribution by clicking here - so that we can afford to get the word out with mailings and rob
PS. To learn more about the campaign, check out our video: Your Advocate
May 26, 2014
Have you seen our new video yet? It's a chance to introduce myself and our campaign to voters in the 26th District - and you can click here to check it out. If you like what you see I hope you'll take a moment to forward this along to a few friends or share it on Twitter and Facebook.
And of course, I hope that I can count on your contribution so that we can afford to keep getting our message out: everyday Marylanders deserve an advocate for schools, jobs, affordable health care and stronger communities.