In progressive Maryland, where registered Democrats outnumber Republicans two to one, Gov. Larry Hogan currently enjoys a 70-percent approval rating.
He’s politically outnumbered in the House of Delegates, where 90 of the 141 delegates are Democrats. But since taking office on Jan. 15, 2015, as Maryland’s 62nd governor, Hogan has achieved, at least in part, many of his campaign promises, including cutting tolls, regulations and taxes.Read more
I’m running for House of Delegates in District 19 in 2018 and if elected one of the first bills I will introduce is to have further restrictions on the use of cell phones while driving a vehicle. It is the reason for a majority of accidents and is definitely contributing to the traffic problems everywhere.Read more