I was proud to join President Obama today to encourage Marylanders to vote and cast their ballots early in support of Anthony Brown and Ken Ulman as the next governor and lieutenant governor of the great State of Maryland.
Today, Congressman Steny H. Hoyer (MD-5) received the endorsement of the Southern Maryland Newspapers – The Maryland Independent, The Enterprise, and The Calvert Recorder. In the endorsement, the Editorial Board noted that Congressman Hoyer is the candidate who will most forcefully and effectively represent the interests of the Fifth Congressional District, especially when it comes to growing our economy and protecting federal facilities and military installations.
U.S. Rep. Steny Hoyer is among those paying tribute to 107 firefighters at an annual service in Emmitsburg.
It was an honor to host today’s ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ program with my friend, Senator Cardin who understands, as I do, the importance of empowering young people to pursue opportunities and to pursue their dreams,” said Congressman Hoyer.
University officials unveiled a new cybersecurity lab in Prince Frederick Hall on Thursday, which they said will further the collaborative relationship between the university and defense conglomerate Northrop Grumman and will give ACES students access to an advanced center for research.
It was a great day for a picnic on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay. Southern Maryland Democrats gathered Saturday for Congressman Steny Hoyer’s annual picnic at Terry Lierman’s Farm south of Lexington Park. Lierman is Hoyer’s former chief of staff and former head of the Maryland Democratic Party.
The opening of this laboratory complex represents the federal government’s commitment to investing in biodefense – and its continued confidence that Maryland is the best place to do it.
The Smithsonian Environmental Research Center has been engaged in that work since 1965, when it began as the Chesapeake Center for Field Biology. Since then, SERC has been contributing enormously to scholarly research on climate change, wildlife populations, and water ecosystems.
As we mark the 94th anniversary of the nineteenth amendment’s ratification, we do so with the recognition that the right to vote on its own was never enough to guarantee equality for women.
I was proud to join Lt. Governor Brown and Southern Maryland Democratic candidates today to send a strong message that Democrats in Calvert, Charles, and St. Mary’s Counties are united ahead of this year’s election. Marylanders know that Democrats are on their side and we will continue to discuss our agenda to support job creation and grow middle-class opportunities in the coming months.