Category: District 39

Be prepared for the upcoming November election

August 4, 2020

There is a lot of confusion surrounding the November election. With Governor Hogan’s order to mail absentee ballot requests to every household and open all of the polling places, he has essentially doubled the cost of the election and thrown some chaos into the administration of the election. All of the local Boards of Elections […] View page


Happy Memorial Day! Have you received your ballot in the mail?

May 25, 2020

Happy Memorial Day to all. Though we have been stuck in doors and should be limiting our contact with others, it doesn’t stop us from making sure to honor those that have served in our armed forces from the American Revolution through today’s brave men and women in uniform that have made the ultimate sacrifice. […] View page


May 11, 2020

By Wilborn P. Nobles III Baltimore Sun | May 09, 2020 | 7:09 PM Maryland health department officials reported 1,049 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus Saturday, a slightly lower count than the previous day, bringing the state total to 31,534. The state’s total pandemic fatality count reached 1,510 after officials reported 57 new deaths […] View page


MD delegate has concerns on the whereabouts of 500,000 Covid-19 testing kits



by Lauren MosesSaturday, May 9th 2020 MD delegate has concerns on the whereabouts of 500,000 MD Covid-19 testing kits (WBFF) — In a letter to Secretary of Health, Robert Neall of the Maryland Department of Health, Maryland Delegate Kirill Reznik addressed his concerns over the lack of deployment of Covid-19 testing kits. “As you know, […] View page


Update on COVID-19

March 20, 2020

There is a lot of information flying back and forth about the latest news, information, and government directives concerning the COVID-19 coronavirus. Where to find information For the latest information, please stick to the Maryland Coronavirus information page found HERE, and the Montgomery County Coronavirus information page found HERE. Both are effectively consolidating all the […] View page


Emergency Open Enrollment and other useful information during Coronavirus shutdown

March 14, 2020

While we are taking precautionary action to flatten the curve on the spread of the Coronavirus, I wanted to make sure some critical information was sent out to everyone. Maryland Health Benefit Exchange Emergency Enrollment Normally, open enrollment for the Health Benefits Exchange takes place in November. However, because of the Coronavirus outbreak, if anyone […] View page


March 12th Update on the Coronavirus

March 12, 2020

This afternoon, the Governor announced additional steps regarding efforts to slow the transmission of the Coronavirus. Those actions include (1) closing Maryland schools starting on Monday, March 16th for two weeks so that all schools can be cleaned and disinfected; (2) banning gatherings of over 250 people; (3) closing senior citizen activity centers, and (4) […] View page


Coronavirus Update

March 6, 2020

As many of you have heard by now, there are three reported cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Montgomery County, this first such reported cases in Maryland. I wanted to provide to you the information we have so far, and some tips and additional sources of information to keep you informed. First, The Cases ========== The […] View page


Reznik Report from Annapolis – Week 5

February 13, 2020

Welcome to the latest edition of the Reznik Report. We have now passed all of the submission deadlines for the 2020 session, and we have a record-the most bills ever filed before the “drop” deadline. Under Maryland rules, every bill is entitled to a hearing if filed before the deadline, so all of the committees […] View page