Voters' Guide: Candidates for Montgomery County Board of Education

Here's what you need to know before you vote


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Montgomery County registered voters can head to the polls at 11 early voting centers through Thursday to vote for candidates running for county, state and federal offices in the June 26 primary.

Bethesda Beat's voters' guide is packed with biographical information about the candidates, as well as information about the issues that they deem most important and other topics. Here you can find profiles of the candidates running for the Montgomery County Board of Education in districts 1, 3 and 5 as well as at large.

 

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