2018 Annapolis Dispatch | Back in Session

“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: what are you doing for others?” – Martin Luther King, Jr.

Friends & Neighbors:

The 2018 General Assembly has begun! On Wednesday, January 10, the House and Senate convened to start the 438th legislative session. It is the final session of my first term in office, and I will continue to serve as a member of the Appropriations Committee. As I have done in the past three session, I’ll send out an email every other week with an update about what is going on in Annapolis. (more…)

2018: A Hopeful New Year

January 1, 2018

Friends & Neighbors:

Another year ends, and a new one begins. I hope you and your family had a wonderful holiday season, and are looking forward to a peaceful, healthy, and happy 2018.

Although I ran to be a State Delegate and represent District 46 in the General Assembly, being an elected official representing Baltimore City is about much more than passing bills in Annapolis — it also involves being a problem-solver and advocate for my constituents and institutions.  The past year was a challenging one for our City (and country), and it was that much more important that we have active elected officials doing all we can to promote the interests of the people of Baltimore City residents.