Tag Archives: Legislative Vacancies

The LD14 Situation

The legislative appointment process in Maryland is terrible, in desperate need of reform for years but with no changes thus far. The conventional wisdom in other counties is that since state legislators so thoroughly control the various county central committees, the selection of a new delegate or senator is dictated by the incumbents in the relevant areas. Ho hum no… Read more »

Two New Delegates: No Surprises

As expected, Governor Hogan appointed two new delegates in Prince George’s County to fill two vacancies. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) on Friday appointed two Democratic delegates to fill vacancies in the Prince George’s and Charles Counties legislative delegations. Elizabeth “Susie” Proctor, the widow of the late Del. James E. Proctor, assumes the seat her husband occupied in District 27, which… Read more »