As the clock struck midnight and Maryland’s General Assembly adjourned sine die, it was immediately apparent that there was one major story going forward in this election year: Governor Hogan had won, again.
It’s an election year, and everyone knows it. For the next 90-days, the Maryland General Assembly will be in session and, if the lead-up has been any indication, it’s set for fireworks.
The cliche is that when your only tool is a hammer, every problem starts to look like a nail. This cliche is just as true in politics as it would be in construction. Enter the four Democrats who make up the 46th District’s legislative delegation in Baltimore City: Senator Bill Ferguson and Delegates Luke Clippinger, Brooke Lierman, and the un-elected Delegate Robbyn Lewis who was appointed to her position last year when Pete Hammen resigned to join Mayor Pugh’s team.