Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee announces the selection of Bernice D. Mireku-‐North to fill the unexpired term within the 14th General Assembly legislative district created by the resignation of outgoing Delegate Eric Luedtke. Luedtke resigned effective January 2 to join the incoming Moore-‐Miller Administration as Chief Legislative Officer. The Committee’s selection serves as a recommendation to be delivered to Governor Hogan, who must confirm the appointment.
“On behalf on the Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee, I want to congratulate Ms. Mireku-‐North on her selection to serve District 14 residents in the next General Assembly. We look forward to Ms. Mireku-‐North joining the current District 14 delegation as it works together for the good of all Marylanders. And of course, on behalf of MCDCC I want to thank Delegate Luedtke for his service. His leadership will be missed, but we are thankful he will continue to serve Marylanders within the Moore-‐Miller Administration,”
said Chair, Saman Qadeer Ahmad.
The MCDCC would like to thank all of the candidates who applied for the District 14 delegate seat. Their passion, desire and commitment to serve the district’s residents demonstrates the energy and dedication found throughout Montgomery County for public service. The Committee will be sending its recommendation to Governor Hogan tonight, January 3, and asks that the Governor confirm the nomination as expeditiously possible for the nominee to be sworn-‐in in time for the upcoming legislative session to begin.