Today is a sad day for our republic.
This evening, President Trump had an opportunity to show the American people and the Congress that he takes seriously the challenges we face as a nation and his responsibility as president to rally the country together to meet them.
I am glad to welcome Starr and Vinny to the U.S. Capitol to be my guests at this year’s State of the Union address.
I am proud to receive a perfect 100% score from NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice on their 2019 Voting Record.
As we celebrate Black History Month 2020, whose theme is ‘African Americans and the Vote,’ we look for inspiration to the powerful stories of those throughout our history who stood up and demanded equality and the right to vote – and those who still do so today.
I was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Coach Morgan Wootten, one of the greatest high school basketball coaches of all time.
On this day of remembrance, I was glad to join my constituents in the Fifth District to recognize the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
I was glad to participate in this important discussion today with Congressman Sarbanes, Tiffany Muller, and leaders in our community.
I’m proud of the work Democrats have done in the House this year to make government work for the people.
Today is a historic day in the state of Maryland.