Last year, Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett (D) went on the record saying that he would not seek a third term in office.
In this fifth excerpt from a recent interview with Patch editors, Leggett acknowledges that he has been “under a lot of pressure from people asking me to reconsider," but says he hasn't wavered from on his decision not to run, "as of yet."
Click here for Part 1 of the interview, in which Leggett discussed the ballot referendum on the Maryland "Dream Act," which would allow in-state tuition for certain illegal immigrants. Click here to watch Part 2, on his support for Maryland's historic same-sex marriage law. In Part 3, Leggett talks about the county's fiscal outlook. Part 4 covers Montgomery's projected population growth, and Leggett's efforts to steer that growth in the right direction.