I am deeply concerned about recent proposals from Democratic leaders in the legislature and the local election boards that call for a hybrid election this November that would emphasize mail-in voting. If we learned anything from the June 2nd primary election, is it that affirmatively mailing ballots to every registered voter is a recipe for … Continue reading Maryland Needs to Vote In Person
As of June 3rd, Maryland has been moving into Phase Two of Governor Hogan's Roadmap to Recovery, with most businesses reopening in the past week. Below are some helpful resources for citizens and business that are reopening to keep everyone safe and healthy. Back to Business Resources
Today, Delegate Mike McKay announced the 2020 State of Maryland Delegate Scholarship awardees from District 1C. The State of Maryland’s Delegate Scholarship is offered by all delegates across the state to their constituents who plan to pursue, or are pursuing, post-secondary education at a two or four-year Maryland college, university or private career school. Delegate … Continue reading 2020 District 1C Delegate Scholarship Winners
In a non-COVID year, I usually spend a lot of time in the Spring traveling around the District to share updates following the annual Legislative Session with local leaders, residents and business owners. This year for obvious reasons, that isn't possible, and I wanted to share several legislative items of interest with you. 71 Day … Continue reading Legislative Update
Great news! Governor Hogan announced on Wednesday, May 13th that Maryland would be entering Phase I of reopening and resuming normal life across the state. I am especially pleased that the Governor has allowed county-by-county flexibility in the reopening process. Here are the highlights: The Stay-At-Home Order will be lifted at 5:00pm on Friday, May … Continue reading Reopening Western Maryland – Phase 1
Like you, I am itching to start to safely reopen our communities for business. As a small business owner and father with a family to support, I share your uncertainty, concern and frustration. This has been difficult for all of us as we do our part to flatten the curve and slow the spread.
In the rural areas of our state, and especially in Western Maryland, we must rely more on ourselves during times of crisis while our already limited law enforcement resources are overextended due to illness and new responsibilities during these unprecedented times.
Information and resources for individuals, families and businesses affected by the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
HB1363 (Human Services - Two Generation Family Economic Security Commission) passed both the House and the Senate before our early adjournment.
Deadline extended until May 1st!