Monday, December 5, 2:06pm
From the offices of
Senator Bill Ferguson
Delegate Luke Clippinger
Delegate Brooke Lierman
December 5, 2016
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Team 46 - Senator Bill Ferguson, Delegate Luke Clippinger, and Delegate Brooke Lierman - Endorses Robbyn Lewis, Community Leader & Health Policy Specialist, to Replace Delegate Pete Hammen
Thursday, November 24, 7:51am
Happy Thanksgiving to you, wherever you may be! It has been a long and difficult month for many people, and today marks a time that we can take a moment to share our gratitude for one another and reflect on our shared history.
Tuesday, October 25, 10:16am
Happy fall! Today marks TWO weeks until Election Day! I have been keepin very busy since I last wrote to you -- including campaigning for our federal Democratic nominees! Please read below to see how to get involved in these final days of the campaign season, read about what I have been up to, and remember you can always reach me with constituent concerns by contacting me.
Saturday, October 22, 11:13pm
I'm pleased to introduce my current staff: Michele Lambert & Jonathan Yoe.
Friday, October 21, 10:01pm
After months of uncertainty, I am pleased that today, Mayor Rawlings-Blake announced that the Charm City Circulator will remain intact. The Charm City Circulator offers an important transit option for people around District 46, and represents what reliable, clean, and safe public transit looks like in Baltimore. We must work together to ensure that the Charm City Circulator remains an option for Baltimore residents, and I will continue to work with my state and City colleagues - as well as community members - to identify funding opportunities to keep the Circulator on the road.
See the Mayor's statement below:
Wednesday, August 31, 12:13am
On August 31, the Governor stood with the Comptroller and announced that beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, no school would be able to start prior to Labor Day, and all schools must end by June 15. I disagree strongly with this action, and believe it is moving away from where we should be going - year-round school. Not only will this action not help our state – it will hurt our most vulnerable families and create additional barriers to success for many working parents. In fact, so few school districts think it's a good idea that only one school district in the entire state does it right now - Worcester County, where Ocean City is located. And, in other nearby areas like D.C., public schools are moving to year-round schedules.
Sunday, August 28, 10:15pm
I hope you'll join me at a fundraising breakfast on October 14 at Teavolve on Aliceanna Street!
Details can be found below or HERE.
Join Appropriations Chair Maggie McIntosh and Vice Chair Tawanna Gaines and women from around Baltimore at a
Women's Breakfast with Brooke Lierman
October 14, 2016
7:45 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
1401 Aliceanna Street 21231
Monday, August 1, 12:18am
What a week! After spending 5 days in Philadelphia for the Democratic National Convention, I am exhausted but enthusiastic and wanted to drop you a quick note. It was an incredibly humbling experience to be able to represent Maryland as a convention delegate for Hillary Clinton. Maryland was well-represented on the national stage, as well - Rep. Elijah Cummings, Sen. Barbara Mikulski, Mayor Rawlings-Blake, and former Governor Martin O’Malley all spoke to the Convention (and even Nancy Pelosi gave a shout-out to her home state of Maryland)!
Saturday, June 25, 10:20pm
Two years have come and gone so fast. Two years ago today, the polls had just opened and I was standing at William Paca Elementary School greeting voters. Today, I’ll be starting my day at Maree Farring Elementary/Middle School in Brooklyn, talking with the principal and others about expanding its capacity to make room for more students who want to attend this thriving school.
Friday, May 27, 2:36pm
Today, the Governor dealt another blow to public transportation in the Baltimore region when he vetoed a bill to create an oversight and planning board (HB 1010). I am very disappointed and frustrated by the Governor’s decision to veto a bill that would make structural reforms to public involvement, oversight, and planning at MTA.