BREAKING: What If A Delegate Got Appointed And Nobody Reported It?

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This story is only “breaking” because nobody seems to have reported it despite it having happened two days ago. MoCo political consultant Neal Carter sent me a photo showing that Gary Brown, Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh’s Senate chief of staff, was appointed by the Baltimore City Central Committee Thursday night to fill the D40 delegate seat vacated by Barbara Robinson when she moved up to assume Pugh’s Senate seat.


I appreciate Neal Carter sending this to me, but I am flabbergasted that no other media have reported this now two days old information about a state delegate appointment. I realize that it’s the holiday season and all, but come on, Baltimore Sun and others, shouldn’t somebody besides the obnoxious MoCo guy be putting this story out there?

Congratulations to Gary Brown. And thanks again to Neal Carter for the tip.

3 thoughts on “BREAKING: What If A Delegate Got Appointed And Nobody Reported It?

  1. Rhonda Wimbish

    Central Committees in the Baltimore City legislative body needs an overhaul. The 41st district controlled by the Jewish culture is scrambling to secretly fill Jill Carter ‘s seat and hide Senator Lisa Gladden’s illness. Holding a public seat on Central Committee and an elected seat is wrong. If Nathaniel Oaks becomes state senator in the 41st district every constituent should file an ethics complaint. The negative real estate sales and disparity in Baltimore City are a direct reflection of our political leadership.

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