Warren Supporters Release List of Md. Officials Backing Her White House Bid

    U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) at a Capitol Hill rally. Warren Senate office photo

    With a rally for Maryland supporters of Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s presidential bid scheduled for Friday afternoon at the Stamp student union on the University of Maryland College Park campus, the campaign released a list Thursday of elected officials supporting Warren campaign.

    The rally, beginning at 3 p.m., will be emceed by Montgomery County Councilman Evan Glass (D). The campaign has organized its supporters by county. They are:

    Anne Arundel

    Delegate Heather Bagnall

    Baltimore City 

    Councilman Zeke Cohen

    Delegate Stephanie Smith

    Senator Mary Washington

    Charles County

    Senator Arthur Ellis

    Frederick County 

    Councilwoman Jessica Fitzwater

    Howard County

    Delegate Jen Terrasa

    Councilwoman Deb Jung

    Montgomery County 

    Councilman Evan Glass

    Councilman Tom Hucker

    Delegate Lorig Charkoudian

    Delegate Ariana Kelly

    Delegate Al Carr

    Delegate Lesley Lopez

    Gaithersburg Councilwoman Laurie-Anne Sayles

    Former Delegate Marice Morales

    Former Councilwoman Valerie Ervin

    Prince George’s County

    Councilwoman Danielle Glaros

    Councilwoman Deni Taveras

    Councilwoman Jolene Ivey

    Former Edmondston Mayor Adam Ortiz

    Former State Senator Victor Ramirez

    Wicomico County

    Commissioner-elect Michelle Gregory

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