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Sen. JILL P. CARTER

Democrat, District 41, Baltimore City, Member of Senate since May 4, 2018. Member, Judicial Proceedings Committee, 2019-; Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review, 2019-; Joint Committee on Fair Practices and State Personnel Oversight, 2019-; Marijuana Legalization Work Group, 2019-. Member, Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland, 2018-; Women Legislators of Maryland, 2018. (Confirmed)
Senator Jill P. Carter is an agent of change, a passionate advocate, and a champion of people!  Serving the people of the 41st district of Baltimore City, Maryland for over 17 years, first as a State Delegate and now as Senator serving as a member of the Judicial Proceeding Committee and the workgroup to legalize recreational marijuana, advocating for minority opportunities. As a state Delegate, she led the legislative efforts for police reform. An attorney by trade, Jill has a passion for civil rights, and criminal justice.  An outspoken activist and daughter of Baltimore’s civil rights giant Walter P. Carter, Jill has served as the Director of Civil Rights and Wage Enforcement for the City of Baltimore fighting for the rights of the citizens.  Senator Carter’s quest to ensure that transparency and inclusion lead to her sponsoring senate bill 619 which called for the creation of a new board for the state of Maryland’s largest hospital system, requires competitive bidding for the procurement of goods and services, and demands greater transparency and oversight of board members.  Her leadership garnered her the distinction of being named the “… lawmaker with the biggest impact in 2019…” by the Baltimore Sun’s Editorial Board.
Senator Carter is dedicated to ensuring parity and justice for her constituency and for all.