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Click on this link to listen to George's 4/23/16 interview by Dave Schmidt of WFMD, Frederick.  Learn about George's proposal for progressive property taxes here.


George asking the Montgomery County representatives to the Maryland legislature to enact an Instant Runoff Voting bill.


See George's YouTube video statement for his 2014 District 6 campaign.


See George's video about Medicare for All.


Click photo for a video of George at the Green Party's July 2012 Presidential Nominating Convention.  He's discussing fixing high-priority national problems such as reversing the Citizens United decision, and restoring our education system.


Click the photo below to hear George's Sept. 2010 testimony against the proposed Lockheed-Martin tax exemption.











April 12, 2016  

George joined Democracy Spring protesters on a march from Union Station (where he spoke with Cenk Uygur of “The Young Turks”) to the east side of the Capitol, where he sat with protesters.  Here is a link to the video.

Nov. 18, 2015   George asks the Montgomery County representatives to the Maryland legislature to enact an Instant Runoff Voting bill.  Hear proceeding at left, top icon.
Nov. 2, 2015   Citing a Lack of a Progressive Choice in Maryland Congressional District #6, Green Party Resident Seeks House Seat

Rockville, Maryland - November 2, 2015 – Citing a need to reverse over a half-century of Republican and Conservative Democratic representation of the citizens of Maryland’s Congressional District #6, Green Party member George Gluck filed today to seek the Party’s nomination for the seat presently held by Congressman John Delaney.

Mr. Gluck, 68, has run for office four previous times since 2009, encouraging potential supporters to consider such progressive measures as replacing regressive local property taxes with a progressive tax modelled after the state and federal income tax, greater support for local small businesses, including worker-owned cooperatives and Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs) and verifiable voting.
"In addition to measures to help the working class regain income losses during the previous 35 years," says Mr.Gluck, "we must reverse the catastrophic effects of such Supreme Court decisions as Citizens United v. the FEC and McCutcheon v. the FEC and replace financing of elections by a small donor class with public financing.”

Mr. Gluck is also committed to encouraging a change in our first-past-the-poll elections in favor of further expansion of a ranked voting method, such as Instant Runoff Voting, which the Green Party and many political jurisdictions (such as the city of San Francisco) utilize.

"People understand that the last three decades have favored a handful of very rich individuals over the vast majority of our citizens and most of us, especially millennials, are looking forward to a dismal future unless the tide is turned."

Mr. Gluck, who may have to compete with other Green Party members in their primary, has entered the race early in the hope that he will be invited to all the forums the Republican and Democratic candidates participate in.

June 10, 2015


What to Expect From the TPP!

We have been promised that previous trade agreements would be a net benefit for US workers, by having strict rules for foreign workers pay and working conditions. Similar promises have been made about enforcing stricter environmental rules on our trading partners.  But that has not been the result...

Nov. 2, 2014  

First in District 6 on November 2nd!

Below: Race Director, Shauna McQuade, presents George with

the 60+ first place prize in the Western Maryland Half Marathon.

Western Maryland Highlands Half Marathon
Sunday, November 2, 2014 8:00am
Canal Place Festival Grounds - Cumberland, Maryland
Overall Half Marathon & Relay Team Results

Division: Half

Place Bib # Name Total Pace Gender Age City State Age              Ranking

70 295 Gluck, George 02:29:09.4 11:23 M 67 Rockville MD
#1 M-60 to 98

First in District 6 on November 4th?

George completed these Races:

Oct. 31, 2014   George posts his final campaign balance sheet.
Oct. 15, 2014   Read the first of several planned blogs George will publish before the election: “The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing but the Truth.”
Oct. 15, 2014   The Gazette commends George on his proposed legislation, while they whisper a lukewarm endorsement for the incumbent.
Oct. 8, 2014  

After attending the Hagerstown-Washington County Chamber of Commerce District 6 Congressional Forum, George jogged around the Hagerstown City Park and its environs. On the home stretch, he saw a group of volunteers greeted by thankful residents of city housing. George stopped to thank them for their service before they had their lunch along the edge of the park lake.

Oct. 2, 2014   George's responses to the Gazette questionnaire
Oct. 2, 2014   You're invited to "Out of Sight, Out of Mind" The Human Trafficking Symposium Committee of Frederick ... (Oct 2, 2014, 6-9:30 PM) - George supports this initiative and will attend the meeting.
Sept. 30, 2014

Here's the Ballot for November 4 and how to fill it out!


Sept. 30, 2014


Races Already Completed:

  • Baby Steps 5K (benefiting The Amelia Center at Children's of Alabama)- 8/8/14

  • Home Run 5K (benefiting the Hebrew Home of Greater Washington)- 9/21/2014

Eight-year-old Caden, running his first 5K, serves as George’s ‘rabbit,’ helping George run his fastest pace of the season!

Sept. 30, 2014


Link to District 6 candidate responses to the League of Women Voters Questionnaire

Sept. 30, 2014   George Took the Anti-Corruption Pledge again!

Sept. 3, 2014


George sends editorial to Frederick News-Post protesting the shooting range at Sugarloaf Mountain.

Application for shooting range is withdrawn.

August 31, 2014   George will participate in a Meet the Candidates forum at the Hagerstown Chamber of Commerce on 10/9.

August 20, 2014


George is interviewed in the Gazette:

Green Party candidate hopes to represent Maryland’s Sixth Congressional District

July 9, 2014   George posts a comment to Blair Lee's editorial "It's time for Maryland election reform" on Gazette.net.   Click here for article and comment.
    August 29, 2014: $100 left!

June 25, 2014: George self-funds his Campaign Treasury with $200 cash.  Let's see if that's all he needs!  The photo and the spreadsheets to be provided will constitute a running audit of the campaign - posted on our Campaign Spending page.

Congratulations To Our 2014 Nominees

The Maryland Green Party is proud to announce its candidates for the 2014 General Election! After tabulating the results of our party-organized primary election, the party has submitted certificates of nomination for:

  • George Gluck, running for United States House of Representatives, District 6
  • Dan Robinson, running for Maryland House of Delegates, District 20
  • Ian Schlakman, running for Unites States House of Representatives, District 2, and
  • Tim Willard, running for Montgomery County Council, At-Large

Congratulations and good luck to our nominees! Please visit their websites for more information, to learn how to see them in person and volunteer for their campaigns, and to make a contribution to support their efforts.


February 10, 2014:  George is running for Congress representing Maryland District 6.


George believes in the 10 Key Values from the Green Party

 (click on link for definition)


Click on button above to see  George's Oct. 2012 Running District 8 Campaign

click to see vimeo video posted by Eric Garment


December 19, 2012:  George responds (as pegasus4848) below Gazette article to the controversy about government incentives to attract corporations to buy/lease office space in Montgomery County.


January 27, 2012:  George was interviewed in the Frederick News-Post.  Story is called "Gluck looks to win 8th District with ‘something else’" 

Read the interview HERE.


July 12, 2012: Baltimore Sun coverage of Green Party convention - click here to read entire article by John Fritze.

...George Gluck, a Rockville computer analyst who is running for the House of Representatives in Maryland's 8th District, worked potential voters outside the school, asking them to sign the Green Party's ballot-access petition. Gluck said he was a longtime Democrat who split with the party when President Bill Clinton signed the North American Free Trade Agreement in 1993.

"Their generation is going to fix this country," Gluck said, pointing to a couple of 20-something women he had approached earlier for signatures. "I'm hoping to give them a leg up."


Here is a bumper sticker with our campaign slogan, explained below:

  • Clean - no PAC, corporate or union contributions; solely individuals and no
    more than $100

  • Lean - both an efficient campaign and a more efficient government, getting
    better results with less funding

  • Green - champion of environmental and sustainable business

July 2011:  George participated in the “Hands Off Social Security” rally.

On July 25, 2011, a rally was staged at the Social Security Complex in Woodlawn, in Baltimore County, MD.

Its purpose was to mobilize grass roots support to stop the US Congress from cutting Social Security,

Medicare and Medicaid programs. The demonstration was organized by the AFL-CIO,

Progressive Democratic of America and other groups.   Here is a link to their video.

George has proposed common-sense voting procedures called IRV/CRV which would save money on interim elections.  See IRV/CRV voting on the Issues page.

Explore our website - join our campaign - Volunteer or Donate - and in the General Election on Nov. 4th, VOTE FOR GEORGE for U.S. House of Representatives, Maryland District 06.


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