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Tazelaar Gets Maryland Dems Job

Travis Tazelaar, a Montgomery County resident who had been serving as acting director of the Maryland Democratic Party, had the "acting" removed from his title today.

Party Chairwoman Susan Turnbull announced Tazelaar's permanent appointment this afternoon, saying in a news release that "this is the correct and logical step forward."

Tazelaar, a Prince George's County native, began work as a political organizer for the party in fall 2007. He served as party coordinated campaign director during the 2008 presidential election and became acting executive director this year. Tazelaar is a veteran of the United States Marine Corp and served as a machine-gun section leader for the 8th Marine Regiment.


By John Wagner  |  July 17, 2009; 5:30 PM ET
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