Governor Larry Hogan last week appointed Roxane Prettyman to the Maryland House of Delegates. The governor appointed Ms. Prettyman following a nomination by the Baltimore City Democratic Central Committee.
“I am confident that Ms. Prettyman will continue to represent her constituency admirably in her new role as delegate,” said Governor Hogan. “I offer her my sincere congratulations and look forward to working with her in the upcoming legislative session.”
According to Governor Hogan’s press release:
Ms. Prettyman was a paralegal specialist for the U.S. Social Security Administration for 39 years before retiring in 2018. She has been an active member of the Baltimore City Democratic State Central Committee since 2015.
Prettyman is also active in her home community of Sandtown-Winchester, including volunteering with civic groups and her church.
Prettyman will represent District 44A in Baltimore City, filling the seat vacated by former Delegate Keith Haynes, who announced his retirement from the Maryland General Assembly last month.