Making history in Maryland as the state’s first black Governor and as the first woman of color to be elected lieutenant governor, respectively, both were sworn into office today in Annapolis.
Additional Cabinet Posts Announced by Moore
Nearing the start of Wes Moore’s first day in office, he announced additional appointments for his cabinet.
Moore Administration Announces Cabinet Posts
Multiple announcements coming from the Moore administration include key cabinet posts and staff hires.
2023 Legislative Session Preview
Sherry Nickerson outlines key topics and areas expected to be discussed in the upcoming legislative session.
The Latest Additions to Moore’s Administration
Governor-elect Wes Moore and Lt. Governor-elect Aruna Miller have recently announced additional selections for their administration.
Transition Team: Moore Adds to Policy Committees
Saying that his transition team “looks like the state of Maryland,” Governor-Elect Wes Moore recently announced new members of multiple policy committees.
Moore Adds to Transition and State House Leadership Teams
Governor-Elect Wes Moore and Lt. Gov.-elect Aruna Miller continued to bolster their transition and State House leadership teams this week with multiple announcements.
Governor-Elect Wes Moore Announces Leadership Team
Maryland Governor-Elect Wes Moore recently announced key positions on his leadership team.
A History-Making Election
History was made this week with the election of Maryland’s first African-American Governor, Wes Moore, and the election of Maryland’s first female Comptroller, Brooke Lierman.
Webinar: The Maryland Minority Business Enterprise Program
In this exclusive procurement-focused webinar, learn how minority-owned businesses can create additional revenue streams with the state of Maryland through the MBE program.
Crossover Day in the Maryland General Assembly
Hundreds of bills, and 20 days to go. Read the latest on this important milestone in the current legislative session.
Governor’s Briefing on COVID-19: January 20, 2022
We’re “not out of the woods” says Hogan, but numbers are trending in the right direction.