A committee opposed to two Montgomery County ballot questions that residents will vote on Nov. 3 has released a list of people who agree with their cause.
The committee aims to convince voters to reject county ballot Question B, proposed by Robin Ficker, which would prohibit the council from increasing property tax revenue above a percentage equal to the Consumer Price Index in the Washington region.
The committee is also opposed to Question D, proposed by a group of local residents called Nine Districts for MoCo, which would change the council structure so that the nine seats are elected by district. This would differ from the current structure, in which five members are elected by district, and the other four are at-large.
The committee, called “Vote No on B & D” is chaired by former County Executive Ike Leggett, former U.S. Rep. Connie Morella, Potomac businessman and former county executive candidate David Blair, and AQUAS CEO Carmen Ortiz Larsen.
The list, released on Saturday, includes a number of former elected officials at the county, state and federal levels
Among the names who support the cause of “Vote No on B & D” are:
• Former Montgomery County Executive Sidney Kramer
• Former County Council Members Nancy Floreen, George Leventhal, Mike Subin, Gail Ewing, Bruce Adams, David L. Scull and Scott Fosler
• Former Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler
• Former U.S. Rep. Mike Barnes
• Former Montgomery County First Lady Catherine Leggett
Below are the other county residents and groups who are on the list released on Saturday:
Julie M. Statland
Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Montgomery County
Duane L. Rollins
Yaminah Leggett Wells
Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce
Stewart Bainum Jr.
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