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THANK YOU!!

From the bottom of my heart, I want to thank you for your vote and for once again nominating me to represent District 39 in Annapolis.

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Delegate Kirill Reznik
Delegate Kirill Reznik1 week ago
At the 23rd Annual Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber of Commerce Public Safety Awards.

Thank you to all of the all of the law enforcement officers from the 5th District, 6th District, and Gaithersburg City, and all of the Montgomery County Fire-Rescue Service.
Delegate Kirill Reznik
Delegate Kirill Reznik1 week ago
As both a representative of a whole lot of people that take the Metro all the way to the Shady Grove Station, and as a daily Red Line rider myself, this is really good news.

http://www.bethesdamagazine.com/Bethesda-Beat/2018/Metro-Board-OKs-Plan-To-Eliminate-Turnarounds-at-Grosvenor-Strathmore-Station/#.W0e5bN55YD5.facebook
Delegate Kirill Reznik
Delegate Kirill Reznik3 weeks ago
11th Annual Grill with Kirill
SAVE THE DATE!!

Featured guests and other details to follow shortly
Delegate Kirill Reznik
Delegate Kirill Reznik3 weeks ago
Last night, the people of District 39 voted to once again nominate me to the House of Delegates. I am incredibly grateful, humbled, and honored to have your vote and your trust.

I also want to congratulate my fellow District 39 nominees, Senator Nancy J King, Lesley Lopez and Gabriel Acevero. I look forward to an incredible four years in Annapolis with you.

Last night was also bittersweet, as my friend and district mate Shane Robinson did not cross the finish line with us. Shane is an incredible legislator, the strongest advocate for our environment, and a good friend. His achievements will be felt in Maryland for generations, and I know he isn't done yet.
Delegate Kirill Reznik
Delegate Kirill Reznik4 weeks ago
It's time for my closing argument (Yes, It's long).

After a long campaign season, and a lot of mail, phone calls, and door knocks, the PRIMARY ELECTION IS TOMORROW.

Once again, I am humbly asking for your vote so that I can continue the progress that we have made and to look forward to a brighter future together.

I have had the honor and privilege of serving you in Annapolis for the last 10 years. When I first became a Delegate, I made a commitment to you. I said that every email, phone call, and communication from a constituent would be returned. That I would always explain my position on votes and listen when you expressed yours. That I would look to you to set the direction of my legislative agenda. That your concerns would be the driving force of my office.

In that time we have worked together to accomplish some amazing things, even when we were told it would never happen.

I made it illegal for businesses to use someone's credit history against them in hiring, forced insurance companies to pay for treatment costs for kids with autism, broke the car dealer's deadlock so that electric cars can be sold in Maryland, create a first in the nation tax credit for energy storage to give people the freedom to determine their own energy future, and so many other accomplishments.

And with my colleagues, we worked to expand health care access to hundreds of thousands of Marylanders, made marriage a right for all, expanded funding for public education to historic levels, gave Dreamers the opportunity to go to college, and worked to make college an affordable option for everyone.

So what's left? There is so much left to do:

*Championing Single Payer Healthcare.
*Fighting for a $15 minimum wage.
*Working to Expand Voting Rights.
*Guaranteeing Net Neutrality for Marylanders
*Ending Gerrymandering through Fair Redistricting
*Pushing for a 100% Clean, Renewable Energy Economy
*Working towards Criminal Justice Reform and Fair Treatment for All

I've already started fighting for these issues, but now, I need your help to finish what I've started.

TOMORROW, JUNE 26th, I am asking for your vote for me and my legislative team.

THANK YOU!

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We're the people that made sure 700,000 more Marylanders have paid sick leave, protected the health insurance of 250,000 Marylanders, banned fracking, passed the DREAM Act, adequately funded public schools, and increased investments in school construction. https://t.co/MgFVqijhXZ
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Right now, Jim Jordan is raising money to boost Larry Hogan’s campaign for re-election in Bowie. We have been asking Hogan and Maryland Republicans to withdraw Jordan’s invite for a week, but they still stand by him and his tainted cash. #MDgov #MDpolitics 2/3