See George's video about Medicare for All.
See the video that George
recorded for his Montgomery Community Media statement, posted 10/16.
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.
photo below to hear George's Sept. 2010 testimony against the proposed
Lockheed-Martin tax exemption.
Sept. 3, 2014
George sends editorial to Frederick News-Post protesting the
shooting range at Sugarloaf Mountain.
for shooting range is withdrawn.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
July 9, 2014
George posts a comment to Blair Lee's
editorial "It's time for Maryland election reform" on
Click here for article and comment.
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
February 10, 2014: George is running for Congress
representing Maryland District 6.
George believes in the 10 Key
Values from the Green Party
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:
(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
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
September 2012: George took the Anti-Corruption
Pledge - click on button to take yours!
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.
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
IRV/CRV voting on the
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.