These hard working men and women have made our country the most prosperous nation in the world, and I’m very pleased to receive their endorsement.
I’m honored to be endorsed by our first responders, who are on the front lines every day protecting our families and communities. Serving as the Co-Chair of the Congressional Fire Services Caucus and as a member of the Law Enforcement Caucus has provided me with the opportunity to raise awareness in Congress of the extraordinary work and service our law enforcement officers, firefighters and paramedics perform.
I am proud to receive the support of educators from the Fifth Congressional District and across the state of Maryland.
I am honored to receive the endorsement of The BayNet. I look forward to continuing to advocate on behalf of the Fifth Congressional District and deliver results for constituents and their families.
I was pleased to attend this morning’s breakfast with fellow Democrats to send a clear message that we are united and energized in Prince George’s County and across the state.
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.
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.
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.