Gov. Hogan Taps Veteran Democratic Campaign Operative For Vacant House Seat

Governor Larry Hogan has appointed a veteran Democratic campaign operative to a vacant seat in the House of Delegates.

Hogan announced the appointment of Jazz Lewis on Friday to the seat representing District 24 in Prince George’s County.

According to The Baltimore Sun,

Lewis was recommended by the Prince George’s County Democratic Central Committee to fill the vacancy.

Lewis is currently the executive director of Rep. Steny Hoyer’s campaign office. He has worked on multiple campaigns, including Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.

Lewis will replace Michael Vaughn, who resigned an hour before the state’s legislative session began on Jan. 11, citing health reasons.

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