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Saturday, November 05, 2016

Maryland Falls Short At Critical Time For Women Politicians

WASHINGTON (AP) — After former Rep. Connie Morella was elected to the House in 1986, four out of 10 members of the Maryland congressional delegation were women.

Today, the number of women in Maryland’s congressional delegation is down to two — and after Tuesday’s balloting, it likely will be zero. Democratic Sen. Barbara Mikulski’s career as the longest-serving woman in Congress is set to be followed by Maryland’s first all-male congressional delegation since 1973.

“It’s shocking,” said Morella, a Republican who represented the state’s 8th District for 16 years, about the probability of no Maryland women on Capitol Hill.

Amie Hoeber and Delegate Kathy Szeliga, both Republicans, are the only women from either major party running for Congress in Maryland.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Salisbury GOP office downtown was vandalized last night by the black supremacy group BLM.

Anonymous said...

BLM are super predators!! Per clintons.

Anonymous said...

Not sure that politician and Mikulski belong in the same sentence.
Bag, old and corrupt maybe.