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LOCATIONS & CONTACTS


Washington, D.C.

400 North Capitol Street, NW, Suite 585
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 434-4776

Annapolis, Maryland

29 Francis Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-280-5088
Fax: 410-280-1618

Upper Marlboro, Maryland

14408 Old Mill Road, Suite 201
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
Phone: 301-952-8885
Fax: 301-952-0290

LaPlata, Maryland

403 East Charles Street
LaPlata, MD 20646
Phone: 301-392-0888
Fax: 301-392-5881

 

Email contacts:

Gregory Steve Proctor
Dianne Proctor
Guy Andes
Sherrie Sims
Ashley Heffernan
Joe Green
Faye Porter-Larche
Dave Bambrick
Jeff Estepp
Charlita Ferguson

 

 

 

 



 

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In Prince George’s, focus turns to who will fill new council seats

WashingtonPost.com

In Prince George’s, focus turns to who will fill new council seats

By Arelis R. Hernández

There will be two more members on the Prince George’s County Council come January 2019, but it’s not clear who will be running for those seats.

More than two-thirds of Prince George’s County voters backed a ballot measure to expand the nine-member council by adding two at-large seats... Read more

Trump names Priebus and Bannon as top aides

Politico.com

Trump names Priebus and Bannon as top aides
The president-elect creates a dueling power structure in his still-developing White House.

By ALEX ISENSTADT and MARC CAPUTO


President-elect Donald Trump made an overture to establishment Republicans on Sunday, tapping Reince Priebus as his chief of staff, but the reassuring gesture was tempered by his decision to name Steve Bannon, an insurgent firebrand, as his chief strategist... Read more

Warren, Sanders draw new battle lines with Trump

TheHill.com

Warren, Sanders draw new battle lines with Trump

BY PETER SCHROEDER

Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) say they are willing to work with President-elect Trump, but they are also preparing for war.

In the aftermath of Trump’s stunning victory, all eyes are turning toward how the two biggest personalities on the left pick up the pieces and navigate a fundamentally remade Washington... Read more

Chatter grows that Ryan could step down

TheHill.com

Chatter grows that Ryan could step down

By Scott Wong

Chatter is growing louder on Capitol Hill that Paul Ryan’s days as Speaker are numbered.

Four House Republicans, including a senior lawmaker close to leadership, told The Hill they expect Ryan to step down after Tuesday’s elections, arguing that he faces a daunting path to the 218 votes he needs to win a full two-year term leading the House GOP... Read more