The General Assembly of Maryland, as the legislative body directly representing the electorate, passes public general and public local laws, raises revenues and appropriates funds to pay for State government services, and oversees the operation of State executive agencies. In much of this activity, the legislator plays a major role in helping to develop the public policy of the State.
Read more about how the Legislative Branch of the Maryland General Assembly works here. Use the links below to look up your legislators’ backgrounds, interests and legislation they are cosponsoring. Take a look at their photos so you can recognize them in the hallway when you come lobby with us!