Senator Jill P. Carter

#JillOnTheHill

11/14/2022

Every year, JUFJ honors leaders in our community who follow in the footsteps of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel z”l (1907-1972) and beloved JUFJ leader Elissa Froman z”l (1983-2013) by fusing deep moral commitments with their activism. Here’s a little bit about why we’re honoring Maryland Senator Jill Carter at this year’s Heschel Vision Awards:

Senator Carter cares deeply about the people and communities she represents in Maryland’s District 41. She is committed to improving the lives of people in her District, throughout Baltimore City, and across Maryland, and turns that commitment into real change.

For all these reasons and many more, JUFJ is proud to name Senator Carter as a recipient of the Heschel Vision Award. Register to join the awards ceremony on Sunday, 11/20, starting at 7 PM: https://jufj.org/event/heschel2022/

11/09/2022
07/19/2022

Senator Carter is aware that some voters are finding that they when they arrive to their precinct they’d been sent the wrong sample ballot. She has spoken to Armstead Jones and they’re asking voters to proceed to vote and use a provisional ballot.

02/17/2022

What the Medicare for All Fight Is Really About!

02/17/2022

What the Medicare for All Fight Is Really About!

Desmond Tutu: South Africa anti-apartheid hero dies aged 90 12/26/2021

Desmond Tutu: South Africa anti-apartheid hero dies aged 90

Desmond Tutu: South Africa anti-apartheid hero dies aged 90 Tributes are paid to Archbishop Tutu, the Nobel peace prize laureate who helped end apartheid in South Africa.

After Years of Legislating, Anton's Law Goes Into Effect – Maryland Matters 10/01/2021

After Years of Legislating, Anton's Law Goes Into Effect – Maryland Matters

We make laws to protect the people, not powerful interest.

After Years of Legislating, Anton's Law Goes Into Effect – Maryland Matters After several legislative attempts in years past, beginning Friday, civilians will have the right to request to review police misconduct records.

After Years of Legislating, Anton's Law Goes Into Effect – Maryland Matters 10/01/2021

After Years of Legislating, Anton's Law Goes Into Effect – Maryland Matters

After Years of Legislating, Anton's Law Goes Into Effect – Maryland Matters After several legislative attempts in years past, beginning Friday, civilians will have the right to request to review police misconduct records.

09/25/2021

Dear Friends,

Please join me for a very important event on Wednesday, September 29 from 11:00 to 4:00 at Morgan State University’s new Earl Graves School of Business. We are sponsoring a Blood Drive to highlight Sickle Cell Awareness Month. I urge everyone to click this link and make an appointment to donate blood along with me.

As you know, Sickle Cell Disease is a devastating illness that disproportionately strikes Black and Brown communities throughout Maryland. When a patient is in crisis, a blood transfusion is particularly vital. Here is why we need you to donate -
For many patients, hospitals can transfuse blood products solely on compatible A, B, O, and AB blood types. However, most individuals who are Black have some unique protein structures or antigens on their red blood cells that can make it difficult to find a compatible unit of blood in other donor populations.

Because sickle cell disease disproportionately impacts the Black community, and a single patient who has sickle cell can require thousands of blood transfusions throughout their life, receiving blood from a donor with the same race or similar ethnicity often provides the best opportunity for a well-matched unit, resulting in a transfusion that is better for the patient. This is because frequent transfusions can cause patients with sickle cell disease to develop an immune response against blood from a donor that is not closely matched, and this can lead to serious complications.

I will be there, rolling up my sleeve, to make a difference for our community. Hope to see you there!

Click here for more information!

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Always in service,


Senator Jill P. Carter

Legalizing Ma*****na: Conversation with State Senator Jill P. Carter 09/17/2021

Legalizing Ma*****na: Conversation with State Senator Jill P. Carter

🚬🚬💨💨💨💨 If you believe should share this timely conversation and show your support for this common sense progressive policy

Legalizing Ma*****na: Conversation with State Senator Jill P. Carter BALTIMORE, MD (WEAA) — Maryland State Senator Jill Carter joins Two Way Talk for a discussion on ma*****na reform. “It is time that we have a serious

09/07/2021

It is truly an honor to be presented with the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland 2021 Senator of the Year Award. For years, I have fought to improve the lives of millions by reforming our broken criminal justice system. It hasn’t been easy but with your support, I have been able to persevere through years of hard - and oftentimes, lonely - work. As I prepare to launch my re-election campaign, I have my sights set on ma*****na legislation reform. Show your support for my leadership on this important issue by making a contribution to my campaign at bit.ly/supportjpc

07/20/2021

#medicareforall resolution passes in MoCo!

Annapolis City Council Votes To Pass 'Medicare For All Act Of 2021' 07/16/2021

Annapolis City Council Votes To Pass 'Medicare For All Act Of 2021'

Annapolis City Council Votes To Pass 'Medicare For All Act Of 2021' The City Council of Annapolis announced the passing of The Medicare For All Act of 2021. This is the first resolution in Maryland State Capitol history in support of Federal Bill H.R. 1976.

07/13/2021

Annapolis, Maryland Passes M4A Resolution

07/08/2021

I said what I said ✊🏽

Countless women and men of color have been convicted and incarcerated due to the criminalization of ma*****na. We must repair the damage perpetuated by the fake “War on Drugs”. It is not enough to decriminalize ma*****na. We must also release people incarcerated for it, clear their records, and ensure their participation in the legalized cannabis industry.

Progressive activists in Maryland form new PAC, seek more clout 05/03/2021

Progressive activists in Maryland form new PAC, seek more clout

https://www.baltimoresun.com/politics/bs-md-progressive-maryland-20210501-6gmygolyhvdt3jdlt7hffkttd4-story.html

Progressive activists in Maryland form new PAC, seek more clout Eager to better support state and local progressive candidates – and recruit many more – Progressive Maryland announced on Saturday the formation of a new political action committee called the New Era PAC.

04/21/2021

Yesterday, as we celebrated the legal system finally working as intended in the case, a 15 year-old baby was shot three times in her chest. It is being reported that the Ohio cop even said, “Blue Lives Matter.”

It’s not lost on me that some Marylanders may take our recently passed police reform laws with a grain of salt, but this is why reforms are necessary. She did not deserve to be hunted like an animal! A dog would have died with more dignity.

04/20/2021

Let us breathe today, process this win, and continue working tomorrow for every in our country.

03/18/2021

Members of Congress Tell Why They Support H.R. 1976 The Medicare For All Act of 2021

S11 Committee Session, 3/5/2021 #1 03/06/2021

S11 Committee Session, 3/5/2021 #1

The Baltimore City Senate Delegation voted to place Senate Bill 276, to repeal the JHU private police) on next week’s Delegation agenda. Hearing is Friday, March 13, 9am.
Watch the discussion: https://youtu.be/UPhQGdp2Ej0.

S11 Committee Session, 3/5/2021 #1 No. 11 - Baltimore City streaming session for Friday, March 5, 2021 @ 9:00 AM

ACTION: Return Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights repeal to committee & restore the bill! 02/22/2021

ACTION: Return Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights repeal to committee & restore the bill!

As many of you may have heard, our bill to repeal the Law Enforcement Officers Bill of Rights was gutted by FOP amendments and no longer serves its intended purpose. Please take a second to share and sign this petition to send it back to committee and get it right!

ACTION: Return Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights repeal to committee & restore the bill! The Maryland Coalition for Justice and Police Accountability​ has been supporting SB627- Repeal of the Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights, however weakening amendments passed in the the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee have gutted the bill. SB627 is no longer the bill that the community...

02/02/2021

Activists and police share a troubled—and troubling—history, from the civil rights movement to today.
Join our History Club this Wednesday, Feb. 10 when three of Baltimore’s leading thinkers and activists on police accountability share their perspectives: Maryland State Senator Jill P. Carter, The Real News Network executive producer and former Black Panther Eddie Conway, and Organizing Black deputy director Ralikh Hayes.
Learn more and RSVP for this virtual event: http://bit.ly/39mlwtB

MTA mobility bus driver fatally shot in Baltimore Friday night, police say 01/30/2021

MTA mobility bus driver fatally shot in Baltimore Friday night, police say

Senseless. A MTA mobility driver was gunned down in Northeast Baltimore. Though this tragic crime did not occur in District 41, violence, no matter where it occurs, impacts the entire city. Please keep the departed’s family in your prayers.

We must and can do better, Baltimore. - Senator JPC.

MTA mobility bus driver fatally shot in Baltimore Friday night, police say A 49-year-old bus driver who operated a mobility van was shot and killed in Northeast Baltimore on Friday night, police said.

01/28/2021

My Shero, Marianne Williamson posted this heart breaking and historic picture in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day. It pictures the famed writer and survivor, Eli Weisel. This photograph weighs heavy on my heart because it looks no different than enslaved Africans loaded on the ships that crossed the Atlantic to shepherd us into enslavement.

We remember, so that we can honor those who sacrificed on our behalf. We remember, in honor of the lives lost and destroyed. Let’s take this powerful moment to also remember that there is more that connects us, than does divide us. I love you all ❤️ - Senator JPC

Baltimore Fishbowl | Lawmakers to introduce housing justice package this legislative session - 01/14/2021

Baltimore Fishbowl | Lawmakers to introduce housing justice package this legislative session -

I am proud to work with my colleagues to extend the moratorium on foreclosures this session. You want to keep people off the streets? Well, let’s start with keeping them in their homes.

Baltimore Fishbowl | Lawmakers to introduce housing justice package this legislative session - As Maryland’s annual General Assembly session opens Wednesday, a coalition of lawmakers and advocates are pushing a package of bills that would provide

01/13/2021

We’re off to the races! Following early morning rapid result Covid testing, with plexiglass dividing us on the Senate floor, the 442nd legislative session has officially begun. If you are a believer, please pray that we bring rapid results to the people of Maryland on economy, education, equity, safety, policing, and juvenile/ criminal/ economic/environmental justice. Count on us, follow us, engage with us, pray for us that we all might be used fully as servant leaders for our constituencies. Let us restore hope, faith, and trust by serving with integrity and accountability. (In this photo, I’m seated at my desk on the floor of the Senate where masks are required)

01/12/2021

This is hot right?! You don’t want to miss this conversation I’m having tomorrow with about the urgent need for in and what legislation must pass in Maryland was recently ranked dead last - 50 of 50 states - on We must pass legislation that mandates children have counsel during police interrogations, mandatory sentence reviews for adults sentenced to life as children aka a minimum age of 13 for children to be placed in the juvenile justice system, and frankly, to stop the automatic charging of children as adults.

01/11/2021

There is still time to attend the pre-session happy hour with tonight. Register at Maryland State Senator Jill P. Carter see you there, and bring a friend!

12/27/2020

Protect our renters! I am so ready for this conversation.

Tomorrow we will join with Attorney General Brian Frosh, Senator Shelly Hettleman, Senator William C. Smith, Jr., Senator Charles E. Sydnor III, Senator Jill P. Carter, Delegate Jheanelle Wilkins, Delegate Melissa Wells, Delegate Wanika Fisher, Delegate Vaughn Stewart, and others to share how we believe the General Assembly can keep Marylanders housed in this pandemic.

11/24/2020

TURKEY 🦃 GIVEAWAY 🚨! Community leaders in the 41st District and your State Senator are teaming up to bless over 150 families with a free turkey tomorrow. I'll see you there, oh, and wear a mask 😁

11/18/2020

Please tune in to what will be a most provocative discussion tonight. I am honored to serve as moderator: I ❤️ by and by and warrior sister When Will Justice Come to Let’s dig deep! https://calendar.prattlibrary.org/event/writers_live_featuring_erica_green_tawanda_jones_brandon_soderberg_baynard_woods

11/17/2020

Make sure you join us tomorrow. Can’t wait to see you there!

We are pleased to partner with Open Society Institute-Baltimore for a conversation with Erica Green, Tawanda Jones, Brandon Soderberg, and Baynard Woods, moderated by Maryland State Senator Jill P. Carter. Join us tomorrow evening at 7pm. http://ow.ly/bkgD50Cm2PQ

11/16/2020

Get involved with Maryland politics with Senator J.P.C. In her second political literacy course, she will tackle the ground-breaking legislation sure to make Maryland's 2021 Legislative session a memorable one! Register at Bit.ly/PoliticalLit2021

Women's Wisdom in Times of Crisis | November 20 & 21, 2020 11/16/2020

Women's Wisdom in Times of Crisis | November 20 & 21, 2020

Women's Wisdom in Times of Crisis | November 20 & 21, 2020 Join Marianne Williamson and her friends and colleagues for a day-and-half seminar called Women’s Wisdom in Times of Crisis. Some of America’s most prominent women thought leaders come together to discuss important aspects of a feminine wisdom in these challenging times.

11/11/2020

You asked for it, so here it is! Join me to discuss the top legislative priorities for the upcoming session, what is different due to covid, and how we can get more legislative wins! Moderated by Robbie Leonard, Secretary of Maryland Democratic Party. Register for the virtual event at Maryland State Senator Jill P. Carter. Feel free to share with your connections.

11/11/2020

Joy is using the 'Georgia font' in all of my writing to celebrate Georgia getting us the White House. ❤️

Welcome to the Friends of Quincy Coleman for Judge Website | Thanks for visiting and your support! :) 11/01/2020

Welcome to the Friends of Quincy Coleman for Judge Website | Thanks for visiting and your support! :)

Dear Howard County Family:

I know many of you have already voted by mail or early. But, for everyone that hasn't yet voted, please vote for Quincy Coleman for Circuit Court Judge and encourage everyone you encounter to do the same! Thank you. https://www.quincycolemanforjudge.com/

Welcome to the Friends of Quincy Coleman for Judge Website | Thanks for visiting and your support! :) Quincy Coleman’s entire professional career has been devoted to serving others; one of his primary goals being to make life better for others.

Is a wealth tax the answer to addressing budget shortfalls caused by COVID-19? - MarylandReporter.com 10/03/2020

Is a wealth tax the answer to addressing budget shortfalls caused by COVID-19? - MarylandReporter.com

Top earners must pay their fair share! Our government should not balance its budget on the backs of the poor!

“A wealth tax would be a common-sense measure to help quell the economic disruption created by the pandemic,” Carter said. “Legislative leaders, as well as the governor, should support an increase on the wealthiest 1% and measures to offset special tax breaks for capital gains and millionaire heirs.”

Is a wealth tax the answer to addressing budget shortfalls caused by COVID-19? - MarylandReporter.com The coronavirus pandemic has led to many states - including Maryland having budget shortfalls and many academics and politicians say the solution is to impose a wealth tax on top income earners.

09/26/2020

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