Have you heard about the Kirwan Commission? A recent Goucher College Poll asked Maryland residents about the Kirwan Commission: 77 percent - have heard or read nothing about the Kirwan Commission. 22 percent - have heard or read a little, some, or a lot about Kirwan Why is this important to you? The Maryland Department of Budget and Management estimates that if fully funded, Kirwan would cost each Maryland family at least $6,200 in additional taxes over the next 5 years.
The Pride of Baltimore 2 - docked in Annapolis this week Johns Hopkins Police Force This week, we passed a bill from the House of Delegates to allow Johns Hopkins Hospital and University to create its own police force. I voted YES. Crime in the City, especially violent crime, is a tremendous problem. Baltimore City has not been effective at reducing the crime that escalated after the Freddie Gray riots in April, 2015.
Maryland Democrat Party attacks Reagan and Hogan This is the unedited statement put out by the Maryland Democrat Party on Tuesday, March 19th. Annapolis, MD—Last night, after Governor Larry Hogan claimed in an interview that he comes from “the Ronald Reagan school of politics,” Chairwoman Dr. Maya Rockeymoore Cummings stated that “With this, Larry Hogan promises to be a dog whistle white nationalist instead of a Trumpian white nationalist. This is a cold comfort when what the world needs is love & Unity.
Angel Families get their say Angel Families Urge Protection of Maryland Citizens Delegate Szeliga Presents Keep Our Communities Safe Act of 2018 (Annapolis) - Joined by survivors of citizens killed by illegal immigrants, Delegate Kathy Szeliga presented the Keep Our Communities Safe Act of 2019 to the House Judiciary Committee. Delegate Szeliga was joined by Angel Widow Marla Wolff and Angel Mother Arlene Cohen. Angel Families is a national organization of relatives of victims killed by illegal immigrants.
Judges Report + more Maryland Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera, who is the head of Maryland’s highest court, delivered her State of the Judiciary Address to a joint session of the Maryland General Assembly on Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019, in Annapolis. The report was positive. The Maryland Judiciary has produced self-help videos for citizens to learn more about the law and the court system. You can access that here: https://mdcourts.gov/video/selfhelp/what-law
State of the State is Strong Governor Hogan delivered an upbeat message in Wednesday’s State of the State address to the General Assembly. He conveyed a powerful theme of bipartisanship and mutual respect, a staunch reminder that both sides of the aisle work for the Maryland people. While he covered a range of topics he focused mostly on; violent crime in Baltimore City, non-partisan redistricting, and some much needed tax relief.
Early Voting Starts TOMORROW! Thursday, October 25 – Thursday, November 1 10 AM – 8 PM (even Sunday) I strongly encourage you to vote early. The first few days of early voting are busy. If you wait until Sunday, or later in the week, the lines are typically short and the wait is less than 10 minutes. You can early vote at any early voting center in the county where you are registered to vote.
4th of July Fun! The 4th of July Independence Day Celebration is one of the best holidays. Patriots from every walk of life put aside political differences and celebrate the birth of our nation. I am especially thankful on July 4th to be an American and live in the greatest country in the world. The Kingsville 4th of July parade is absolutely one of the best in Maryland. This year, Governor Hogan attended and the weather was hot as usual.
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