What's Happening

Two Weeks to Go

May 30, 2018
Two weeks from tomorrow - on June 14th - Early Voting will begin in Maryland and will last through June 21st.  During Early Vote and then again on Election Day -- June 26th --  thousands of Baltimore County voters will head to the polls. Between now and then we're doing all we can to reach out to voters, sharing what we've accomplished and how much more there is to do in Annapolis. 
 

Mom

May 7, 2018

Mother’s Day is coming up on Sunday and I’m incredibly lucky to be able to call an amazing mother my own – Shelly Hettleman.  For as long as I can remember, my mom has worked tirelessly to share her passions with me and my sister Rachel– to shape us into socially aware, responsible, and engaged people.  She has been a role model and helped instill the values that shape the paths ahead of us.

Four

April 6, 2018

The last 86 days have flown by and it’s hard to believe it’s already spring! Despite the fact that it still feels like winter, we only have 4 days until the end of session. By next Friday, my End of Session letter will be mailed to every constituent who contacted me this session (more than 1,100 so far) highlighting the outcome of important legislation. Since there are so many bills, we’re not able to update you on all of them.

March

March 6, 2018

Office Visits

We’ve recently met with representatives from Healthcare for the Homeless, Developmental Disabilities Advocates, Pediatric Dentists, etc. Pharmacy Students, Maryland Institute College of Art, etc.


 

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February 15, 2018

 

                                                                    

 

Fight for $15

January 16, 2018

Last night, surrounded by business leaders, union workers, faith groups and fellow colleagues, Senator Rich Madaleno and I kicked off the Fight for $15 Campaign, a measure that would raise the state’s minimum wage to $15 by 2023.

As 2017 Comes to a Close

December 19, 2017
2017 has been quite a year! There have been highs and lows - moments of utter disbelief and unexpected joy. As an optimist, I’ll shine a little light on the highs that bookend the year for me: the Women’s March and the election of Doug Jones to the U.S. Senate in Alabama. The sense of community and purpose so many of us felt from participating in the Women’s March back in January persists even today. And while the election of Doug Jones was close, it demonstrated the importance of organizing and of showing up.

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