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GOVERNORS, ATTORNEY GENERAL, CABINET SECRETARIES ENDORSE JORDAN COOPER



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April 26th, 2018                                                                         240-274-2921
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GOVERNORS, ATTORNEY GENERAL, CABINET SECRETARIES ENDORSE JORDAN COOPER

Bethesda, MD, April 26TH, 2018 – Four statewide elected officials announced their endorsement of Jordan Cooper’s campaign to represent District 16 in the Maryland House of Delegates.

Governor Parris Glendening had this to say of his endorsement: “As Governor I championed Smart Growth strategies that preserved open space, reduced commutes, and respected our environment. Jordan Cooper has spent years serving his community on civic boards where he has advocated for Smart Growth policies. I endorse Jordan because of his commitment to improving the quality of life for all Marylanders and for ensuring that our communities and our environmental resources will be protected for future generations."

Governor Harry Hughes and Lieutenant Governor Mickey Steinberg joined Glendening in their support of Jordan’s candidacy.

Fellow District 16 resident and former Attorney General of Maryland Doug Gansler praised Jordan’s work ethic, comprehension of complex policy issues, and commitment to public service. On June 26, 2018, Gansler said that he will cast one of his three delegate votes for Jordan Cooper.

Regarding Jordan’s plan to create cost savings for Marylanders on their monthly health insurance premiums, former Maryland Health Secretary Van Mitchell said that “Maryland can no longer afford not to have universal health insurance coverage. I support Jordan’s plan to expand Medicaid as a public option, creating long term savings for Marylanders, and I fully endorse his campaign.” Former Business and Economic Development Secretary Dave Edgerley likewise offered his full endorsement to Jordan’s campaign.

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