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Democrats Serve PAC endorses Joe Vogel for Congress

Gaithersburg, MD – Democrats Serve, a national organization supporting Democrats with public service backgrounds, announced the endorsement of Delegate Joe Vogel’s congressional bid in Maryland’s 6th District.

Democrats Serve’s executive director, Brett Broesder, stated that Vogel’s public service experience—having worked for Senator Cory Booker and serving as a current state legislator — makes him an excellent example of someone who can excel as a candidate and policymaker.

“From the Maryland State House to the U.S. Capitol Building, Vogel’s commitment to public service is second to none,” said Broesder. “He has a proven track record of fighting for working families and getting results. That’s why Democrats Serve is excited to support his congressional bid.”

Joe Vogel noted that he’s thrilled to receive Democrats Serve’s support.

“I’m honored to receive Democrats Serve’s endorsement today. As an organization dedicated towards uplifting public servants running for office, I’m thrilled to partner with their team. I look forward to joining this slate of leaders who are fiercely dedicated to serving their communities at every level of government,” said Vogel

Congressman David Trone (D) announced he is running for Senate, leaving an open seat in Maryland’s 6th District. This solidly democratic district includes Fredrick, Hagerstown, and Gaithersburg. Joe Biden won the district by 10 points in 2020.  

Democrats Serve’s overall national effort consists of recruiting, training, and supporting Democrats with backgrounds serving communities in government, including educators, police officers, firefighters, first responders, social workers, judges, prosecutors, public defenders, public health nurses, and more.

About Democrats Serve

Democrats Serve is a hybrid political action committee (PAC) that helps public service Democrats run for office and win. The group recruits, trains, and financially supports Democrats running for office at the federal, state, and local levels. Learn more at


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