Annapolis, MD – On Thursday, May 2nd, Senator Nancy J. King and Delegates Charles, Barkley, Kirill Reznik and Shane Robinson filed for re-election and announced their intention to run together as the District 39 Team Slate. In a joint statement the candidates said, “We have worked hard together for our district, our county and our state. Our diverse committee assignments are a benefit to our constituents and we look forward to continuing our service to the Upcounty.”
Senator King serves on the powerful Senate Budget and Taxation Committee and is considered a leader in education policy and business issues. Delegate Barkley is a subcommittee chair on the House Economic Matters Committee and has been an outspoken advocate for issues affecting Montgomery County. Delegate Reznik serves on the House Health and Government Operations Committee and has been a champion for the autism and developmental disabilities communities. Delegate Robinson is regarded as a leading advocate for the environment and as a member of the Environmental Matters Committee he is working to protect Maryland’s natural resources.
Upon hearing of the District 39 delegation’s plan to run for re-election, Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett said, “The District 39 team does an excellent job balancing the needs of Montgomery County and those of the State in Annapolis. Montgomery County is very well served by Senator King and Delegates Barkley, Reznik, and Robinson. They have my full support.”
The District 39 Team Slate is composed of Senator Nancy J. King, Delegate Charles Barkley, Delegate Kirill Reznik and Delegate Shane Robinson. Focused on jobs, education and the environment, the team works to make sure that all upcounty communities in the District benefit from their leadership. In the 2014 election, District 39 will include Montgomery Village, Germantown, Washington Grove, as well as portions of Clarksville.