The nominations were made one day before the start of the General Assembly session.
Ms. Haddaway-Riccio, Eastern Shore Republican, said the caucus will work diligently to help Maryland residents “under attack” from state Democratic leaders who are calling for higher taxes, threatening property rights and challenging core family values.
A Maryland delegate said Tuesday that she will run for the state’s 6th District congressional seat, making her announcement the same day that the state’s Republican Party chairman dropped out of the race.
Six Republicans and four Democrats appear poised to run in the long-conservative 6th District, which state lawmakers redrew this year to be more competitive for Democrats.View Entire Story
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