Montgomery County Council Scorecard

How do your Councilmembers score? See how the Council acted on key bills and budget items to advance social, racial, and economic justice in Montgomery County in the 2019–2022 period.

In the Montgomery County Council, most votes are unanimous—so legislators often make their impact before the final vote, through amendments and sponsorship. That's why the Jews United for Justice Campaign Fund scorecard rates councilmembers on all of these actions—keeping them accountable to the values JUFJCF and our partners fight for.

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Amendment Votes
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Committees
Will Jawando (At-large)
98%

Will Jawando
At-large

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100%
94%
1st
  • Planning, Housing, & Economic Development
  • Education & Culture
Tom Hucker (District 5)
87%

Tom Hucker
District 5

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100%
75%
4th
  • Transportation & Environment
  • Public Safety
Nancy Navarro (District 4)
84%

Nancy Navarro
District 4

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84%
79%
2nd
  • Government Operations & Fiscal Policy
  • Education & Culture
Evan Glass (At-large)
80%

Evan Glass
At-large

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89%
67%
5th
  • Health & Human Services
  • Transportation & Environment
Hans Riemer (At-large)
78%

Hans Riemer
At-large

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89%
53%
2nd
  • Planning, Housing, & Economic Development
  • Transportation & Environment
Sidney Katz (District 3)
76%

Sidney Katz
District 3

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79%
75%
7th
  • Government Operations & Fiscal Policy
  • Public Safety
Craig Rice (District 2)
74%

Craig Rice
District 2

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84%
60%
6th
  • Education & Culture
  • Health & Human Services
Gabe Albornoz (At-large)
74%

Gabe Albornoz
At-large

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84%
65%
7th
  • Health & Human Services
  • Public Safety
Andrew Friedson (District 1)
63%

Andrew Friedson
District 1

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78%
48%
9th
  • Planning, Housing, & Economic Development
  • Government Operations & Fiscal Policy