Wednesday, September 11, 2013

D15 Delegate Brian Feldman Selected by MoCo Democratic Central Committee to Replace Rob Garagiola in State Senate

Maryland Juice received the following press release from Delegate Brian Feldman announcing his unanimous appointment by the Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee to replace Rob Garagiola in the State Senate:


The MCDCC Selects Del. Brian Feldman to Fill the D15 Senate Seat

Annapolis, Maryland  - The Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee met tonight, September 10, 2013 and voted unanimously in support of Delegate Brian J. Feldman to fill the District 15 Senate seat recently vacated by Rob Garagiola.  Delegate Feldman’s name will be submitted to Governor O’Malley who has authority under the Maryland Constitution to make the appointment.  Once appointed, Feldman will serve out the remainder of Garagiola’s term.

“I am honored by the strong support of the Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee and look forward to this new challenge.  I plan to build upon my experience in the House over the past decade and to hit the ground running on Day One in the Senate where I will continue to advocate for District 15 and Montgomery County,” said Feldman.

Delegate Feldman, both an Attorney and a CPA, has served in the House of Delegates since being elected in 2002.  He is a member of the Economic Matters Committee, Chaired the Montgomery County House Delegation for five years and has served as House Parliamentarian for the past three years.  He is also the House Chair of the Joint Information Technology and Biotechnology Committee and Chair of the House Subcommittee on Banking, Economic Development, Science and Technology. 

Prior to being elected to the Legislature, Delegate Feldman worked as a Senior Trial Attorney for the United States Department of Justice where he was a three-time recipient of the Department of Justice’s Outstanding Attorney Award.   He currently works as an attorney in private practice and as an adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins University.  Delegate Feldman and his wife, Janice, have two college aged children who attended Montgomery County public schools.


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