March 30, 2018 •
Maryland Senator Resigns Before Pleading Guilty to Corruption Charges
Sen. Nathaniel Oaks resigned from the Maryland Senate before pleading guilty to corruption charges on March 29, 2018.
Gov. Larry Hogan will appoint a person to fill the vacancy from a name submitted by the Democrats.
Hogan’s spokesman stated the governor does not plan to name a successor before the General Assembly adjourns.
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