Governor Larry Hogan announced on October 9 that he appointed two new delegates to the Maryland General Assembly. Carlo Sanchez replaced Will Campos and Elizabeth “Susie” Proctor replaced her late husband James Proctor, Jr.
According to the Governor’s press release,
The governor appointed the individuals to fill vacancies in the House of Delegates after receiving recommendations from the Democratic Central Committees in the two respective counties.
“Both Elizabeth Proctor and Carlo Sanchez will be strong advocates for their constituencies,” Governor Hogan said. “I offer my sincere congratulations and look forward to working with them to change Maryland for the better.”
Elizabeth Proctor will represent Prince George’s and Charles Counties in District 27A, replacing her late husband James Proctor, Jr. Ms. Proctor is a former educator for Prince George’s County Public Schools and has recently served as Chair of the Prince George’s County Tax Assessment Appeal Board and Vice Chair of the Prince George’s Community College Board of Trustees.
Carlo Sanchez will represent Prince George’s County in District 47B, replacing William Campos. Mr. Sanchez is a Public Safety Training Officer at Montgomery College and was recently elected to the Prince George’s County Democratic Central Committee.
These appointments will take effect immediately.