Monthly Archives: October 2019

Prince George’s Celebration Series Senator Gwendolyn Britt

Few members ever elected to the Maryland Senate came to their positions with as great a history of advocacy as did Senator Gwendolyn T. Britt. A businesswoman, realtor, and human resources professional by trades, Britt served just five short but impactful years in the Maryland Senate (2003-2008). Although her time in the Senate was brief, […]

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Prince George’s Celebration Series Senator David Harrington

A member of the Maryland Senate from 2008-2011, David Harrington would represent Prince George’s County as a Maryland State Senator from 2008-2011 but his career in public service would span over multiple decades. Born New York, Harrington would attend Howard University in Washington, D.C. (B.A., Political Science) and Miami University in Oxford, Ohio before settling […]

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Prince George’s Celebration Series Senator Anthony Muse

A member of the Maryland General Assembly for some sixteen years, Rev. C. Anthony Muse would serve as a Maryland State Senator from 2007-2019 and as a Maryland State Delegate from 1995-1999 representing Prince George’s County. Born Baltimore, Muse would graduate from Morgan State University (B.A., History, 1981), Wesley Theological Seminary (M.Div., 1994) and Howard […]

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Prince George’s Celebration Series Senator Victor Ramirez

A member of the Maryland General Assembly for sixteen years, Victor Ramirez would represent Prince George’s County in the House of Delegates from 2003-2011 and in the Maryland State Senate from 2011-2019. Born in San Salvador, El Salvador in 1974, Ramirez would move to Prince George’s County as a child. He’d attend Northwestern High School […]

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Senate Democrats Select Ferguson as Nominee for President

In a Thursday morning vote, the Maryland Senate Democratic Caucus unanimously selected Senator Bill Ferguson (District 46 – Baltimore City) as their nominee to become the next President of the Maryland Senate. The decision follows news of the decision of Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr. (District 27 – Prince George’s, Charles, and Calvert […]

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