Volunteers Needed To Work at County Polling Places; Redskins Owner Dan Snyder Wants $49 Million for Potomac Mansion; DNR Spokeswoman Sues Agency Over Alleged Free-Speech Violation

Volunteers Needed To Work at County Polling Places; Redskins Owner Dan Snyder Wants $49 Million for Potomac Mansion; DNR Spokeswoman Sues Agency Over Alleged Free-Speech Violation

News, announcements and other helpful links for Thursday morning

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Workers needed for 2018 election
The Montgomery County Board of Elections is seeking registered voters to serve as election workers at polling places for the Nov. 6 general election. Workers are needed in Bethesda, Potomac, Chevy Chase, Cabin John and Rockville. [Patch]

Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder’s Potomac home on the market

Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder is selling his mansion on River Road in Potomac, which he bought in 2000 from the estate of Jordan’s King Hussein and Queen Noor, according to published reports. The asking price: $49 million. [Washington Business Journal]

DNR spokeswoman sues agency over alleged free-speech violation
A spokeswoman for the Maryland Department of Natural Resources is suing the agency after she was demoted following a Facebook comment bashing Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ben Jealous. [Baltimore Sun]

Man with dementia missing in MoCo
Montgomery County police are searching for a 72-year-old man with dementia they say was last seen Tuesday night in Leisure World. Authorities say Curtis Nelson is familiar with public transportation. [WJLA]

Cooler, wet day
Expect rain throughout the day and temperatures to hover in the mid-70s. Overnight, temperatures will drop into the 50s and wind gusts will peak around 35 mph.

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