Getting To Work


Happy New Year!

We have a new year and new beginnings. The opportunity to represent our community in the Maryland House of Delegates is the honor of a lifetime. As I prepare for my first session starting January 12, I am excited by the opportunities to make a positive difference for you.

The General Assembly will consider thousands of new bills that will impact every aspect of Maryland life. These range from introducing a referendum on legalizing recreational marijuana use to prohibiting Governor Larry Hogan from using apps that automatically delete text messages with his staffers. I will do my best to keep you informed.

I am already getting to work on your behalf. We have launched our office hours so you can speak with me directly about a problem with our state government or a concern on legislation. I am also honored to be one of only two Republicans appointed to a judicial transparency workgroup by House Speaker Adrienne Jones. We have been meeting with experts to better understand Maryland’s sentencing guidelines and practices. As a mother, I am strongly hoping our recommendations will be in line with the legislation governor Hogan has been proposing in past sessions to help reduce crime in Maryland and keep our families safer.

People who know me well will tell you that I am a person who values integrity, honesty and family values. I am keenly aware that as a delegate, I am not only representing myself and my family, but I am representing over 140,000 people that live in our district. My goal is to represent our community to the best of my ability and remain true to our shared values. I aim to operate my office with open communication and transparency.

If there is a bill or a specific topic that you feel passionate about, please reach out to my office. Share your thoughts and ideas with us so that we can accurately represent them to the best of our abilities. Above all, I promise to work hard and diligently to help make Maryland a better place for everyone.


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