I've been honored by the support I've received from all over District 3. Below are some of the nice things our friends and neighbors have offered for the site. Feel free to use the button below to send your own endorsement, and I will try to get it up ASAP!
John is Enthusiastically Endorsed by: - Patrick Wojahn, Mayor, City of College Park - Robert Day, Council Member, City of College Park - Stephanie Stullich, Former Council Member, City of College Park - Delegate Ben Barnes, Maryland House of Delegates, and resident of College Park District 3
“John is one of the best City Council members I've worked with. He listens to his neighbors and his colleagues listen to him.”
- State Senator and College Park Resident Jim Rosapepe
"With confidence and enthusiasm, I endorse John Rigg for re-election. Our community benefits greatly from having John's commitment, vision, and common sense approach on the council. For the past two years, and as past president of the Calvert Hills Association, he proved time and time again to be a leader who gets results on a range of issues. Personally, he has proven invaluable while tackling neighborhood safety and code issues for our busy and diverse neighborhood of owners and renters. There is no question that John Rigg is an asset to our community and an extremely valuable leader on our city council."
- Molly MacLaren, Drexel Rd.
"John Rigg and his wife Jennifer have been leaders in our community for over ten years, individuals whom we trust and rely on. Not only are they dedicated in their jobs to making the world a better place, they are active members at our neighborhood parish of St. Andrew's. In matters from what to do in an emergency to what's best for our community, I call John. He always goes above and beyond to help. I trust John Rigg and know that he will work hard to listen, engage the community in civil discussion, and make good things happen."
-Shizuka Hsieh, Beechwood Rd.
"John Rigg is the model of a civic leader, dedicated and principled with a commitment to listening to his constituents. He will be a tremendous councilman who will serve College Park well during this dynamic and transitional time."
- Caroline Small, Edmonston Rd.
"John cares about our community, works hard, and wants to help College Park become all it can be. That's why I'm supporting him."