My Government in Silver Spring, Maryland

I just moved to Silver Spring, Maryland. Silver Spring is way bigger in size and population than the town in Vermont I moved from, but Silver Spring doesn’t have a local government. All of the unincorporated and incorporated “towns” in Montgomery County are all governed at the county level.

It seems to be working. The roads are in good shape and downtown Silver Spring seems to be recovering from decades of neglect and decay.

Where I live, I’m precinct 13058 and congressional district 8 and legislative district 18.

Maryland’s fearless leaders in the US House include 1 Republican and 7 Democrats. In district 8, I’m represented by Democrat Christopher Van Hollen, Jr.

In the US Senate, Maryland has chosen democrats Benjamin L. Cardin and Barbara A. Mikulski.

In the state legislature House of Delegates, district 18 has three democrats: Alfred C. Carr, Jr., Ana Sol Gutierrez, and Jeffrey D. Waldstreicher. Democrat Richard S. Madaleno, Jr. represents district 18 in the state Senate.

Stats

Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee

My polling place
Knights Of Columbus Hall
9707 Rosensteel Avenue
Silver Spring, MD 20910

Andrew P. Harris (R), 1st Congressional District
C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger III (D), 2nd Congressional District
John P. Sarbanes (D), 3rd Congressional District
Donna F. Edwards (D), 4th Congressional District
Steny H. Hoyer (D), 5th Congressional District
John K. Delaney (D), 6th Congressional District
Elijah E. Cummings (D), 7th Congressional District
Christopher Van Hollen, Jr. (D), 8th Congressional District

PRECINCT: 13058
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT: 08
LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT: 18
COUNCILMANIC DISTRICT: 005
CIRCUIT COURT DISTRICT: 06
APPELLATE CIRCUIT COURT: 07
SCHOOL: 004
SENATORIAL DISTRICTS: 18

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