Hogan Appoints Rachel Jones to House of Delegates

Governor Larry Hogan today announced the appointment of Rachel Jones to the Maryland House of Delegates. The governor appointed Jones to the Maryland House of Delegates following the recommendation of the Calvert County Democratic Central Committee.

“I am confident that Rachel Jones will be a strong advocate for constituents in Calvert and Prince George’s counties in her new role as delegate,” said Governor Hogan. “I offer her my sincere congratulations, and I look forward to working with her to change Maryland for the better.”

Jones will represent District 27 B in Calvert and Prince George’s Counties, and fills the seat vacated by former Delegate Michael Jackson, who was appointed to fill the Senate seat vacated upon the death of former Senate President Emeritus Mike Miller.

According to Governor Hogan’s press release:

Jones has worked as a field representative in southern Maryland for Sen. Ben Cardin since 2016. Prior to that, she worked as an assistant to Sen. Barbara Mikulski for three years. Additionally, she has worked as an associate consultant for the Federal Communications Commission and as a legislative aide to former Sen. Nathaniel McFadden. She is very active in her church community and is the vice president of the board of directors for Farming 4 Hunger. She received her bachelor of arts degree from Morgan State University.

Read Governor Hogan’s press release for more information.