Session Begins Tomorrow – My legislative agenda

January 11, 2022

Tomorrow begins the 444th legislative session of the Maryland General Assembly. There are a lot of issues on tap for us to consider. We expect to hold hearings on thousands of proposed pieces of legislation, review and approve an operating and capital budget for the next fiscal year, and work to make sure that our […] View page

Maryland General Assembly 2021 Witness Signup Guidelines

January 24, 2021

Thank you for agreeing to sign up as a witness for a bill being heard before a standing committee via Zoom during the 2021 Legislative Session. Your advocacy will genuinely make a difference as our office works to pass this legislation through committee. Step One: Create your MyMGA account. If you already have a MyMGA […] View page

Ballots are in the mail. This is what mine will say…

September 25, 2020

If you’ve requested a mail-in ballot, then you will likely get it in the next two weeks. Once it arrives, please vote as soon as possible, and you can return it by mail or at one of the drop boxes set up around the County. You can find the locations in the links below. Like […] View page

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‚Äôs 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