Meet the Maryland Statehouse Press Corps 2019

Posted on 02/08/19 by Henry Kenney

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While in Annapolis during our Delegation Fridays, we have the opportunity to meet many influential people in Maryland's political sphere. That includes reporters and journalists that cover all things happening in our state's capital. To better serve you, the 50+ population of Maryland, we want to continue our efforts of making sure your voices are heard by establishing relationships with the storytellers that by and large have a huge impact on creating and establishing public opinion concerning all things politics.

Along with interviews of the press, we chat with lawmakers from various counties and regions to further our mission of making your voice heard. Click here to learn more.

Also, be sure to check out our legislative priorities for this 2019 session at  aarp.org/mdadvocates


Meet the Press 2019 Video Series


March 22, 2019 - Interview with The Washington Informer's William J. Ford

During our Delegation Friday today, we had the opportunity to interview  The Washington Informer's William J. Ford. William gave us his personal insight into what Marylanders should keep an eye out for as the legislative session comes to an end. He also shares his thoughts on how YOU can get involved in making your voice heard in state politics!


January 25, 2019 - Interview with Baltimore Sun Maryland Statehouse reporter Pamela Wood

Last month during Delegation Fridays in Annapolis, we had the opportunity to interview  The Baltimore Sun's,  Pamela Wood - Reporter. She gave us some insight into what to expect during the 2019 legislative session and how you can get involved with government.


January 9, 2019 - Interview with The Daily Record's Bryan P. Sears

During the Annapolis Summit, earlier this month, we had the opportunity to interview  The Daily Record's Bryan P. Sears who gave us some insight into what we can expect during 2019's legislative session.

This story is provided by AARP Maryland. Visit the AARP Maryland page for more news, events, and programs affecting retirement, health care, and more.

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