Image: Montgomery County Judge-Elect Mark Keough, who won a stunning victory on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, to lead Republicans in Montgomery County to strong and victorious results.
Montgomery County, Election Day, November 6 – Republican Nominees Mark Keough, running for Montgomery County Judge as a conservative Republican “reformer,” and Steve Toth, running for State Representative, District 15, swept to strong victories today, as Early Voting results have revealed. Early Voting results almost always hold in Montgomery County elections, particularly in one where the Early Voting turnout was at a record high such as the 2018 General Election.
Keough received 75% of the vote against his democrat opponent Jay Stittleburg. Keough ran on a platform of bringing ethics and spending reform to the Montgomery County government and provided voters with his “Contract With Montgomery County.” Keough, a brilliant campaigner, didn’t fall short in this election.
Toth, known statewide as a hard-charging conservative who stands for pro-citizen, anti-spending, and anti-tax principles, received 66% of the vote against his democrat opponent Lorena Perez McGill. Toth has been a leader for statewide property tax reform and ethics in the state and local governments.
Kelli Cook, Treasurer of the Montgomery County Republican Party Victory 2018 Steering Committee PAC, told The Golden Hammer in an exclusive interview, “These victories are stunning triumphs for grassroots conservatives. I’m so proud of the volunteers in the Republican Party.”