Tigers in Session: Maryland General Assembly includes these TU alums

By Sean Welsh on January 7, 2020

A dozen Towson University alums are in the Maryland General Assembly in Annapolis.

Maryland State House
State House in Annapolis

Towson University is well represented as the Maryland General Assembly convenes in Annapolis.

The “session” plays out over 90 days in Annapolis, and TU has a dozen alums working on behalf of Maryland's residents.

In the Senate

Pam Beidle ’94 was elected to office in 2003 and represents part of Baltimore County.

Sarah Elfreth 10 was elected for the first time in November 2018, representing part of Anne Arundel County.

Michael Hough 07 represents parts of Carroll and Frederick counties. He was in the House of Delegates from 2011 to 2015 before being elected to the Senate.

Kathy Klausmeier 83 has been in the Senate since 2002 and has served as the Senate Majority Leader since 2006. She represents part of Baltimore County.

In the House

Heather Bagnall 96 was elected for the first time in 2018, serving part of Anne Arundel County.

Regina Boyce 98 was elected to office for the first time in 2018, serving part of Baltimore City.

Ken Kerr 95 was elected to office for the first time in 2018, serving part of Frederick County.

Susan Krebs 81 was first elected to office in 2003 and represents part of Carroll County.

Nino Mangione 09 was elected to office in 2018. He represents part of Baltimore County.

Warren Miller 87 was elected to office in 2003 and represents part of Howard County.

Kathy Szeliga 94 was first elected to office in 2010 and represents part of Baltimore County.

Pat Young 10 assumed office in 2015 and represents part of Baltimore County.

This story is one of several related to President Kim Schatzel’s priorities for Towson University: TU Matters to Maryland.