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(Credit: J.M. Giordano, City Paper, June 24, 2014) To our supporters: Thank you for your incredible support along the way. We never could have been this successful without you. Thanks to you, this campaign will go down in history as one of the greatest grassroots campaigns ever run in Maryland. Together, we united with a common purpose: to return our state government to the people. Th…

WUSA9: Underdogs predict upset in Md. Gov. primary Read More >

The underdogs are predicting another Eric Cantor-like surprise at the polls Tuesday. But this time it's Democrats facing off for the nomination for Maryland governor. Attorney General Doug Gansler is convinced public polls showing him as much as 20 points behind Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown are missing something. "The election is tomorrow, and we're confident we're going to win the election," …

Sun LTE: Mizeur best pick for governor Read More >

Committed to leaving no one behind, Democrats Heather Mizeur and Delman Coates present goals and pathways that far outshine those of their opponents. Delegate Mizeur and Mr. Coates both have track records of bringing people together around priorities that will improve lives and outcomes. This team also has a unique determination to halt foreclosures until there is a determination that the …

WBALTV: Heather Mizeur: Taxing marijuana to provide revenue for education Read More >

The legalization of marijuana has been an issue in this year's race largely because of one candidate's campaign platform. So WBAL-TV 11 News asked the question to all the candidates running for Maryland's top office: What do they think about legalizing and taxing marijuana? Nobody is as out front on the question of marijuana use as Democratic gubernatorial candidate Heather Mizeur. "We'…

WaPo: Mizeur takes on the status quo Read More >

The female political activists packed the Rockville living room, with Del. Heather R. Mizeur and her wife, Deborah, looking on from the back. One by one, women running for public office took turns pitching themselves. A school board candidate started to list what she would do if elected, then carefully corrected herself: “Or, as Heather says, when I’m on the board.” A ca…

Washington Jewish Week: Mizeur: I learned my values on the picket line Read More >

Op-ed by Heather Mizeur in the Washington Jewish Times. In 1981, I was 9 years old and Ronald Reagan had just become president. My dad was a welder at a Caterpillar plant and a member of the United Auto Workers, but he and his union co-workers went on strike because they weren’t making fair wages. For six months my family made ends meet on $45 a week strike pay. But the stand paid o…

Dundalk Eagle: Mizeur says “voters are listening” in race for governor Read More >

Heather Mizeur chose to enter a tough race, and she chose to do it the hard way.     After two terms representing Montgomery County in the House of Delegates, Mizeur chose to seek the Democratic nomination for governor against two statewide political heavyweights who had massive advantages in name recognition and campaign cash — one of them the hand-picked success…

Baltimore Sun: Mizeur hopes grass-roots support delivers primary Read More >

Not long into her campaign for governor, Democrat Heather R. Mizeur coined a response to the question still dogging her today: Can she win? To the pundits and the radio hosts, to donors and supporters across the state, to everyone who says she's an intriguing choice but seems a long shot, Mizeur gives the same optimistic answer: "This campaign is about breaking the illusion of impossibili…