The Teacher’s Union

“As Delegate,Vaughn will support teachers, students, and their families.Teachers endorse Vaughn because he understands the importance of education, values those of us who have dedicated our lives to it, and advocates for the high-quality schools our kids deserve.”

 

– Leah Wilson, District 19 resident and English teacher at Richard Montgomery High School.

The Sierra Club

“Vaughn Stewart is a proven fighter who understands the threat that climate change and the Trump administration pose to the environment, and who has the policy acumen and passion to make real progress. We are proud to support Vaughn, and we know he will be a tireless champion for the environment and for his constituents in the House of Delegates.” – Betsy Johnson, Political Chair, Maryland Sierra Club

Hank Thomas

Mom’s Demand Action for Gun Sense in America

Vaughn is honored to receive the Mom’s Demand Action Gun Sense Candidate Designation. As a delegate, he will continue to stand up to the NRA and advocate for common sense gun reforms.

Former Attorney General Stephen Sachs

“Vaughn has the policy savvy and the work ethic necessary to be an incredibly effective Delegate,” Sachs said, “He is exactly the kind of tireless advocate we need in Annapolis.”

Former Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler

“Vaughn has an impressive amount of experience and has maintained his commitment to put the members of his community first, so I’m proud to support him for Delegate because I know I can count on him to be a smart and strong representative for Montgomery County.” 

Montgomery County Green Democrats

“Our members voted to endorse Vaughn because he is dedicated to reducing pollution by creating jobs in renewable energy, growing public transit, and restoring the Chesapeake Bay.”

 

– Sheldon Fishman, President, Montgomery County Green Democrats

Career Firefighters, IAFF Local 1664

 

LGBTQ Democrats of Montgomery County

NARAL Pro-Choice Maryland

Friends of Solar

Greater Greater Washington

Transit Champion

 

 

LEAP Forward

Progressive Neighbors

Lilly Ledbetter

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