The Post and Major Groups Endorse Susan Lee

Delegate Susan Lee for State Senate
Susan Lee and the beautiful Washington Cherry Blossoms

On May 30, 2014, The Washington Post endorsed Susan Lee for State Senate with these words:

“The best candidate to replace Sen. Brian E. Frosh, who is running for state attorney general, is Susan C. Lee, who has represented this district (including parts of Chevy Chase, Bethesda and Potomac) in the House for 12 years and has Mr. Frosh’s endorsement. Ms. Lee has been a leader in responding to the dangers of cybercrime and identity theft and has worked to protect victims of domestic violence and human trafficking.”

Delegate Lee also just received the endorsements of Emily’s List and UFCW Local 1994 MCGEO. She has received the endorsements of dozens of key elected and community leaders in District 16, as well as the endorsements of leading organizations such as:

  • Montgomery County Education Associaton (MCEA – teachers)
  • Maryland State Education Association (MSEA – teachers)
  • Montgomery Public Schools Retirees Association
  • Maryland League of Conservation Voters
  • Sierra Club Maryland
  • Equality Maryland
  • NARAL Pro Choice Maryland
  • Progressive Maryland
  • Maryland/DC AFL-CIO
  • SEIU, Local 500
  • Brickyard Coalition
  • Montgomery County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association (MCVFA)
  • Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 35 Montgomery County
  • Montgomery County National Organization of Women PAC (MC NOW)
  • African American Democratic Club of Montgomery County (AADCMC)
  • Coalition of Asian Pacific American Democrats of Maryland (CAPAD-MD)
  • Hispanic Democratic Club of Montgomery County (HDC)

“I am honored to be endorsed by The Gazette and by these many distinguished organizations and individuals from District 16,” said Delegate Lee. “I look forward to campaigning on my record and continuing to serve the people of District 16.”

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