Vaughn Stewart

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Vaughn Stewart

Vaughn Stewart is running for Maryland House of Delegates for the 2018 election.

Endorsed by DSA

Vaughn Stewart is endorsed by the MDC DSA Solidarity PAC, a "Maryland-registered, grassroots political action committee affiliated with the Metro DC Democratic Socialists of America," which is the District of Columbia affiliate of Democratic Socialists of America.[1]

Our Revolution

Our Revolution Candidates endorsed in Maryland 2018

Vaughn Stewart was endorsed by Our Revolution.[2] Other Maryland endorsements included Hiruy Hadgu, Samir Paul, and Gabriel Acevaro.

Metro DC DSA Public Facebook group

Members of the Metro DC Democratic Socialists of America, public Facebook group, as of October 14, 2017 included Vaughn Stewart.[3]

DSA support

Walker GreenYoung Democratic Socialists of America @ UMD


March 28, 2018. ·

Vaughn Stewart (one of the House of Delegate candidates MDC DSA endorsed) is looking for paid canvassers. If you're interested in making money while also fighting for progressive change, contact his campaign manager Brad Chester at!



Metro DC DSA-endorsed members Gabriel Acevaro and Vaughn Stewart also won their primaries on Tuesday, meaning Maryland will almost certainly have two Democratic Socialists joining the House of Delegates. Both ran unapologetically socialist campaigns, calling for universal pre-K, free public post-secondary education, public financing for elections, and single-payer healthcare in Maryland. Acevero and Stewart will bring much-needed militancy to Annapolis, where Democrats have been far too timid on progressive causes despite holding super-majorities in the legislature.[4]

National DSA endorsement


In August 2018 National Democratic Socialists of America endorsed Vaughn Stewart,

DSA Elected Officials, March 2019

From a March 6, 2019 by DSA National Electoral Committee statement "DSA Elected Officials Support Teacher Power and Working People Everywhere."

Endorsing Democratic Socialists of America members included Vaughn Stewart, Maryland House of Delegates.