Mary A. Lehman: Candidate for Delegate in District 21

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Dear Friends,

Thank you for visiting my webpage. I’m asking you to join me in a spirit of progressive advocacy to secure one of three seats in Maryland Legislative District 21, which is comprised of both Anne Arundel and Prince George’s Counties.

For the past 14 years, public service has been my calling. Working as a legislative aide for seven years in Upper Marlboro and then Annapolis was truly rewarding. Being elected in 2010 to represent District 1 on the Prince George’s County Council has been the honor of a lifetime. During my tenure, I have advocated policies with an aim to expanding access to Pre-Kindergarten, increasing teacher pay, ensuring safer schools, and placing students on a path to success in pursuing higher education. I have passed legislation to keep Prince George’s County residents healthy, including expanding health coverage for our volunteer firefighters under CB-003-2017. In 2018, my top legislative priority is to ensure that big money stays out of local politics. Across Maryland, we need government officials who represent constituent interests, not the interests of big businesses and PACs. I have a record of working for you.

I have decided to run for a delegate seat in state District 21 to continue the irresistible momentum of the progressive movement. The Democratic primary is June 26, 2018, so there is not a moment to waste. I will need an army of energetic volunteers and committed supporters for a robust campaign. Please check back to this site often to see how you can contribute to the campaign!

By Authority: Citizens for Mary Lehman, Jeanne Taylor, Treasurer

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