Category Archives: Legislative Vacancies

Lewis Sworn In As New D24 Delegate; Oaks As New D41 Senator

Bringing to an end (for now) soon the reign of terror in Annapolis caused by an unprecedented rash of legislative vacancies, Jazz Lewis was sworn in this morning as a delegate from District 24, replacing Michael Vaughan. Just within the past few minutes, former Delegate Nathaniel Oaks was sworn in as the new senator from District 41, replacing Lisa Gladden, who resigned for… Read more »

Nick Mosby Appointed D40 Delegate

Larry Hogan press release today. Governor Larry Hogan Appoints Nick Mosby to Maryland House of Delegates January 27, 2017  Mosby to Represent District 40, Baltimore City ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor Larry Hogan today announced the appointment of Nick Mosby to the Maryland General Assembly. The governor appointed Nick Mosby to the House of Delegates following the recommendation of the Baltimore… Read more »

Wilkins Appointed D20 Delegate, To Be Sworn In Tomorrow

Jheanelle Wilkins was appointed today to the vacant D20 delegate seat by Governor Hogan – the last possible day for him to do so – and will be sworn in tomorrow morning in Annapolis. Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday appointed Jheanelle Wilkins as the state delegate representing areas of Silver Spring and Takoma Park. Wilkins is filling a vacancy created when… Read more »

Hogan Reform Gambit Part I: Background Checks On Legislative Appointees

Continuing with Larry Hogan’s run of “really shitty things that outrage Democrats but which are nevertheless strategically effective,” Larry Hogan has asked recent delegate appointees Jheanelle Wilkins and Nick Mosby to submit to background checks before he makes a formal appointment. Neither has agreed, and rightfully so, because he still has to appoint them barring something on the level of… Read more »

New D41 Delegate: Bilal Ali

The Baltimore City Democratic Central Committee met last night and recommended Bilal Ali to replace recently resigned Delegate Jill Carter in District 41. Bilal Ali, a community liaison in the Baltimore state’s attorney’s office, was selected Wednesday to become Baltimore’s newest state delegate — part of a series of recent changes to the city’s delegation triggered by the election of Mayor… Read more »

Another Legislative Vacancy Coming?

It appears that the answer is “yes,” according to a Baltimore Sun article this afternoon. And maybe another one right after that. Senator Lisa Gladden has serious health issues. Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller said he does not expect Sen. Lisa A. Gladden to be in her seat Wednesday when the General Assembly reconvenes for its 2017 session. The Northwest Baltimore… Read more »