Campaign News & Updates

20th Anniversary of 9/11

Several months ago, I was reviewing in court the file on a long-standing matter when I came across a letter that I had written on September 10, 2001. Seeing that …

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Protecting Our Kids in Schools

As we prepare for the start of the upcoming school year, we must remember that what our children learn in the classroom can have a life-long impact. I want to …

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Back to School – Masking Children

With the school year on the horizon, it’s disconcerting that Harford’s public schools, like schools across the nation, are considering a resumption of their mandatory face mask policy and requiring …

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American Heritage – the Fourth of July – Proud & Strong

In 1492, the vast expanses of the American continents were opened to the empires of an Old World that had for thousands of years presumed the legitimacy of slavery, indentured …

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Consequences of Anti-Police Legislation

This past legislative session, I urged my Senate colleagues to reject the numerous anti-police bills pending in the General Assembly. I argued that these bills were counterproductive and, if passed, would seriously harm …

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Harford County School Redistricting

Below is a copy of my letter to the Harford County Board of Education regarding school redistricting: Dear Board Members: It has come to my attention that the Board of …

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Crime Measures That Make Marylanders Less Safe

This past legislative session, I urged my Senate colleagues to reject the numerous anti-police bills pending in the General Assembly. I argued that these bills were counter-productive and, if passed, …

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Maryland’s Education Power Play

Even in this hyper-politicized environment, it’s surprising that the Maryland General Assembly’s signature bill on education reform is far more about grabbing political power than improving the quality of education.  …

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