A dozen Towson University alums will participate in the state’s 2023 legislative session
On Thursday, Jan. 12, the Maryland General Assembly convened to start the four-month-long 2023 legislative session. This year, Towson University is well represented during the legislative session, with 12 alums working on behalf of Maryland's residents.
Pam Beidle ’94 has been member of the Senate since 2019. She represents District 32 in Anne Arundel County.
Sarah Elfreth ’10 was elected for the first time in November 2018, representing District 30 of Anne Arundel County. Check out Towson Magazine’s special feature on Sarah Elfreth.
Heather Bagnall ’96 was elected for the first time in 2018 and serves District 33, which covers part of Anne Arundel County.
Regina Boyce ’98 was elected to office for the first time in 2018, representing District 43 of Baltimore City.
Tony Bridges ’02 was elected to the office for the first time in 2019, serving District 41 of west Baltimore City.
Dana Jones ’98 was appointed to office for the first time in 2020 due to a vacated seat. She represents District 30A in Anne Arundel County.
Ken Kerr ’95 was elected to office for the first time in 2018, serving District 3B of Frederick County.
Nino Mangione ’09 was elected to office in 2018. He represents District 42B, in parts of Baltimore County.
Karen Simpson ’96 was elected to office in 2022 serving District 3 in Frederick County.
Kathy Szeliga ’94 was first elected to office in 2010 and represents District 7, which consists of parts of Baltimore and Harford counties.
Chris Tomlinson ’09 was elected to office in 2022, serving District 5 in Carroll County.