A Riveting Woman

Accolades continue to mount for Rose Krasnow. From long-time colleagues, business leaders, the media – and from people just getting to know her, Rose is recognized as a leader and a visionary.

After major endorsements, a successful series of her unique Community Conversations, multiple debates, and many candidate forums, people are enthusiastic and excited about Rose Krasnow’s run for Montgomery County Executive.

Rose is a leader.

“She has a public service resume that outshines the majority of our most well-known politicians. Talk to Rose and she’ll blow you away with her knowledge of the county’s infrastructure, people, and needs. She is the epitome of big things come in little packages,” according to the Riveting Women.

The Washington Post praises Rose as a “knowledgeable former mayor of Rockville who spent 13 years as a top county planner.”

An entire county perspective.

“I think it’s the VISION for our future that matters this time,” Krasnow told Kojo Nnamdi when he interviewed her on his popular The Kojo Nnamdi Show on WAMU. “I firmly believe that we have to address taxes, traffic, and school overcrowding as those issues affect our ENTIRE county.  And we must step up our economic development efforts or we won’t be able to continue to provide the same high level of services we’ve always enjoyed.”

New ways to save money.

Bethesda Beat’s Lou Peck quizzed Rose on county spending, and she offered new ideas: “At the planning department, we kept encouraging the schools to build up, not out—[while] looking at ways to co-locate schools and parks or other facilities to try and save money.” 

A special kind of woman.

Riveting Women gets the last word: “We reserve [terms like ‘game changer’ and ‘trailblazer’] for a special kind of woman. Rose Krasnow is one of those women.”


Want to help this riveting woman win?

There are several ways you can help get Rose's message to voters. You can start by volunteering to help at the polls or with knocking doors. Together, we can help make Rose Krasnow our next Montgomery County Executive!