Brooke's Blog

Sunday, February 28, 9:50pm

The past two weeks were busy with budget briefings and visits with constituents! Last week, I was honored to speak at a rally to preserve funding for providers treating behavioral health conditions. The rally to help “Keep the Door Open” to patients was a huge success, and I hope that we are able to pass this important legislation to make sure anyone can get the treatment they need.

Thursday, February 18, 10:50pm

IMG_5375.JPGWhen I ran for office, all around the City people brought up the issue of public transit: Why is MTA so unreliable? Why don’t we have a better subway system? Why don’t we have any say in how MTA runs our public transit?

Tuesday, February 16, 3:54pm

Happy February - I hope you stayed warm during the very cold weekend!  It has been an incredibly fast-paced session so far, with no signs of slowing down.  Below I discuss some of the bill hearings and budget briefings we’ve had, but I’ve also found time to have many meetings with constituents who have come down to advocate on a variety of topics - from bikes to animals to transit! IMG_4502.JPG

In Annapolis


Monday, February 15, 5:55pm

In addition to my work reviewing budget priorities and items as a member of the Appropriations Committee, I am also sponsoring a number of important legislative initiatives this session.  Below are some of the items I am working on… if you have questions, please contact my office at!

Monday, February 1, 9:16am

I hope you and your family stayed safe and warm during the snow, and that you were able to get out to work as needed! If your street remains unplowed or public throughways are not clear, please contact either 311 or my office at 410-841-3319 so we can help ensure your street is cleared.

In Annapolis

The last time I emailed, we were just about to vote to override several vetoes by the Governor.  At this time, the House has voted to override all six of the Governor’s vetoes, and the Senate has voted to override 5 of 6 - with one vote left to take.

FY17 Budget

Tuesday, January 19, 8:35am


Friends & Neighbors:

This is the first of the bi-weekly updates that I will send out and post on my website regarding the 2016 General Assembly Session.  The 2016 Session has started off strong! Leaders have informed us that there have been a record-level of bills requested for drafting, meaning we may have some very long days in hearings and on the floor voting. (This is a picture of me and my friends and fellow Baltimore legislators, Cory McCray and Antonio Hayes).

Wednesday, January 6, 11:00am

Another year has ended, and a new one has begun.  Today we are one week away from the start of my second session in the General Assembly.  Last year was certainly a milestone year for me and my family, as I was sworn in as a State Delegate in January, appointed to the Appropriations Committee, and worked to effectively represent District 46.

Wednesday, November 25, 9:40am

Every year I have so much to be thankful for, and this year is no exception. This time last year I was just starting to get used to the fact that I had won an election - and now I’m wrapping up an exciting and whirlwind year, while preparing for my second session in Annapolis.  I wouldn’t be here without your support or the support of my family. I am grateful every day to have the opportunity to serve our City and State and work as an ally with the many wonderful people and organizations dedicated to building a better Baltimore and a better Maryland. Together with Eben and Teddy, I wish you and your family a very happy Thanksgiving.

Below are a few items I am happy to be able to share with you --

Friday, October 2, 8:39am

Join Speaker Mike Busch and Attorney General Brian Frosh for an

Election Anniversary Celebration

in honor of

Delegate Brooke Lierman

Tuesday, November 3

5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

SoBo Cafe: 6 W. Cross Street 21230

  • Sponsor: $1000
  • Host: $500
  • Friend: $250
  • Guest: $100
  • Campaign volunteers: $46

Free parking at Shofer's Furniture Store parking lot at the corner of S. Hanover Street and W. Hamburg.

Tuesday, September 8, 4:28pm

Friends & Neighbors: It’s hard to believe that summer is over.  My son started back to school last week, and hearings in Annapolis for “interim” work have begun again. It was a difficult summer for Baltimore City -- we have seen a dramatic increase in homicides, and the lives of many Baltimore residents, including some children, have been cut tragically short.  In addition, many of our small businesses have seen fewer customers come through their doors. I encourage you to #shoplocal and get involved with your community association or other non-profit advocacy group in the City. There is much work to be done to build a great City for all our residents.