Election Day is June 26th

Election Day is June 26, 2018, 7am-8pm.

Early Voting for the Primary Election is Thursday, June 14, 2018 through Thursday, June 21, 2018 from 10 am until 8 pm.

To vote in the Democratic Primary you must be a registered Democrat so please make sure you're registered with the State Board of Elections.

Why Vote for Jordan?


Why Should I Vote for Jordan Cooper?

Dear Friend, Neighbor, & Constituent,


Over the past four years, healthcare premiums have increased by an average of 50% in Maryland. We indirectly subsidize 400,000 uninsured Marylanders who get their care through hospital emergency rooms. Hospitals and insurers aren’t taking the hit here; we are.


Our public schools are more overcrowded than ever. In addition to securing our fair share of school construction funds, we should be putting more teachers into the ones we already have.


We need to create savings every month on our healthcare premiums and improve teacher to student ratios in our public schools.


I’m Jordan Cooper and I’m asking for your vote to represent you and your neighbors from Bethesda, Potomac, Glen Echo, and Friendship Heights in the Maryland House of Delegates.


Regards,



Democratic Candidate for Delegate
District 16
Maryland General Assembly
June 2018 Primary Elections
www.JordanCooper.us         

Jordan Cooper has long valued public service and is the Host of Public Interest Podcast and is the President of Rotunda, LLC. Jordan has been involved with the implementation of Obamacare across the public and private sectors in hospitals, health insurance organizations, advocacy groups, the state legislature, and physician groups.

Jordan is currently running for a second time as a Democratic Candidate for Delegate, having run for the first time in the 2014 election cycle. He served as the President of the Luxmanor Citizens Association and as the Chair of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission Customer Advisory Board. He also served on the Western Montgomery County Citizens Advisory Board, the White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee, and the Rockville Selective Service Board. He served an Area Coordinator in District 16 for the Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee and as a Board member of the District 16 Democratic Club. Jordan has a master's degree in health policy from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a bachelor's degree in political science from Vassar College. Jordan was born and raised in Bethesda, Maryland.