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Republicans ready for competitive District 2 race

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For 14 years, the County Council has gone without a Republican. Now two men vying in the primary think they can change that if given the chance.

Ed Amatetti, a Brooklyn-born former middle- and high-school science teacher, and Kyle Sefcik, a Gaithersburg-based professional mixed martial arts fighter-turned-small business owner, have both said 2018 is a ripe time for a Republican to replace incumbent Craig Rice in District 2.

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County Council Candidates Speak in Aspen Hill

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ASPEN HILL — Thirteen candidates for the four at-large County Council seats at stake in this fall’s election came to the Aspen Hill Library on Thursday to speak at a candidate forum, sponsored by The Aspen Hill Library Advisory Committee, Aspen Hill chapter of Friends of the Library, Aspen Hill Civic Association, and the Strathmore Bel Pre Civic Association. 

The forum was the second such event held at the library, following another candidate forum on April 20. Two events were held to accommodate the large number of candidates seeking office. Elliot Chabot, chairman of the Library Advisory Committee, served as moderator.

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Two more candidates file for County Council

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Dalbin Osorio (Democrat)

New York born social worker Dalbin Osorio filed to join the race to replace out going District-1 Council member Roger Berliner last week.

Osorio said he decided to run for County Council because there needs to be more people who are the ground level and are personally affected by the issues facing the County representing people in local government.

“I noticed there was a lack of representation for people who had actually done the direct work that politicians and their policies usually impact,” Osorio said.

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