So far, three candidates have announced they are running for the District 4 County Council race, and one of them is a name you will recognize.
Friends of White Flint Executive Director has entered the race. In this week’s Bethesda Beat article, it said, “A graduate of Charles W. Woodward High School, she has headed a number of nonprofits, including Neediest Kids, the Manna Food Center and the Low Vision Information Center.”
Takoma Park mayor Kate Stewart is also running for this council seat. Bethesda Beat noted that “Stewart has been Takoma Park’s mayor since 2015. She said that has given her experience in dealing with some of the same issues facing the County Council, including housing affordability, racial equity and responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.”
John Zittrauer of Silver Spring announced yesterday that he was also entering the race. In a Bethesda Beat article it said, “Housing — not only affordable housing, but also housing for homeless people — is a key priority for him moving forward.”