Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Cory McCray attempted to replace the late Del. Hattie Harrison earlier this year.
Cory McCray, who occasionally blogs about labor issue on Patch, announced he’s resigning his seat on the Baltimore City Board of Elections to pursue a seat in the House of Delegates in District 45. McCray announced his resignation from the board in a news release, and now must wait 30 days to officially begin his campaign. "Thank you for this opportunity to serve the people of Baltimore," McCray wrote in his resignation letter to Gov. Martin O’Malley. "My family and I look forward to assisting in the creation of a prosperous future for the city of Baltimore and the state of Maryland." Earlier this year McCray, an Overlea resident, vied to fill the seat of Del. Hattie Harrison, who died and left her seat vacant during the General Assembly …
Friday, March 15, 2013
The House of Delegates approved repealing the death penalty on Friday.
The delegates who represent North Baltimore voted unanimously to repeal the death penalty in Maryland. The repeal passed the House of Delegates and is scheduled to be approved by Gov. Martin O'Malley who has backed the legislation. District 43 (Guilford, Radnor Winston and Homeland) District 40 (Remington, Hampden and Charles Village) District 41 (Roland Park, Mt. Washington and Poplar Hill)
Thursday, February 14, 2013
The House Delegates locked reporters out of its chambers on Thursday.
Monday, February 11, 2013
Cory McCray, an Overlea resident, occasionally blogs on Patch about labor issues.
Cory McCray, who occasionally blogs about labor issues on Patch, wants to be appointed to replace longtime Del. Hattie Harrison, who died last week. McCray, an Overlea resident, sent an email to possible supporters announcing that he had submitted his resume to the Baltimore City Democratic State Central Committee to be considered to fill the open seat in the 45th District. "I understand that this interview process to fill the vacancy in the Maryland General Assembly for the 45th Legislative District is an uphill battle and an inside game, but many of the accomplishments of the last decade have been against the odds. I believe that with my strong family, hard working community leaders, and diligent neighbors within the 45th Legislative …
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
The offices in the Abell neighborhood belong to the 43rd District delegates.
Every once in a while a criminal will remind us that not even our politicians can avoid falling vicitim to crime. According to a police report, the offices of the 43rd District Delegates, located in the 3200 block of Barclay Street, were broken into between 5 p.m., Sept. 11 and 8:50 a.m., Sept. 12. The report, which lists the Maryland House of Delegates at the complainant, lists two laptops as the items stolen from the offices. The burglar apparently entered the offices by opening a side window and then left the premises through a rear door. The crime lab was called to investigate the scene. It is unclear from the report who the laptops belonged to, or whether or not they were state property. Dels. Maggie McIntosh, Curt Anderson and Mary …