I was honored to celebrate the hard work of Charles County Democrats at the Annual Truman-Kennedy Dinner.
I’ve always been incredibly proud to be an alumnus of the Prince George’s Young Democrats and a former president of the statewide young Democrats.
We will be working all across the state to elect Democrats who are going to fight for a higher minimum wage, defend health care reform, work to create more jobs here at home, and stand up for equal justice for every single individual.
I was proud to open Project ECHO’s roast tonight to honor my friend, Bernie Fowler, Sr., who I’ve known for many years.
I was pleased to be in Hagerstown last night to celebrate the work of Democrats in Washington County and across the great state of Maryland.
As we observe the 45th anniversary of Earth Day today, Congressman Steny H. Hoyer (MD-5) announced that J. C. Parks Elementary School in Indian Head, Maryland has been recognized as one of the 2015 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon award honorees.
Maryland Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-5th) of Mechanicsville met April 2 with student leaders from Prince George’s County and elsewhere in the state, to discuss issues important to students attending higher education institutions in Maryland.
State leaders on both sides of the aisle unified their efforts Monday to bring thousands of jobs to Maryland.
I was proud to join fellow Democrats in Calvert County tonight to celebrate the life and legacy of Louis Goldstein and to pay tribute to the men and women of organized labor for their hard-fought contribution to our country.
The country’s eyes and ears were on Selma, AL Saturday, March 7 as they were 50 years ago on that date. Forty-thousand people crammed into the town half that size to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, when police broke up an attempted march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge to protest for voting rights for all.