Baltimore (BBR)) - Over these past weeks, Black Business Review has have the opportunity to observe and evaluate the perspectives and agendas of the various candidates in the upcoming elections for the 40th District. 

Maryland House of Delegates District 40 is one of 47 legislative districts in the state of Maryland and one of the 5 located entirely within Baltimore City. Voters in this district select three Delegates every four years to represent them in the Maryland House of Delegates. The 40th district is located in the central western portions of Baltimore City and contains the Druid Park Lake, Druid Hill Park and The Maryland Zoo.

Educational institutions

Coppin State UniversityBaltimore City Community CollegeUniversity of Maryland School of Law, and the University of Maryland, Baltimore are all located in the 40th district.

High schools

The 40th district is also home to two of Baltimore's oldest African-American highschools: Douglass High School (1883) and Carver Vocational Technical High School (1925).

Nick Mosby is  honest, pragmatic, and displays a hopeful insight into our community's problems and needs, and your willingness to examine the issues and listen closely to the public's questions and concerns, sets you far apart from the other candidates' expected techniques and talk, and so Black Business Review is  writing today to express our support for your campaign and our intention both to vote for you in the upcoming elections and to spread word to others of the value of your policies and abilities.

I am hoping for your success.

Nick Mosby Profile

Member of House of Delegates since January 30, 2017. Member, Ways and Means Committee, 2017- (election law subcommittee, 2017-; finance resources subcommittee, 2017-). Member, Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland, 2017-.

Member, City Council, Baltimore, representing District 7, December 8, 2011 to December 8, 2016. Member, Education Committee, 2011-14. Vice-Chair, Labor Committee, 2011-16. Member, Executive Appointments Committee, 2011-16; Public Safety Committee, 2011-16. Vice-Chair, Housing and Community Development Committee, 2014-16 (member, 2011-14). Member, Budget and Appropriation Committee, 2014-16; Land Use and Transportation Committee, 2015-16.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, 1978. Attended Baltimore Polytechnical Institute, Baltimore, Maryland; Tuskegee University, B.S. (electrical engineering), 2001. Former video network engineering manager, Verizon Communications, Inc.; senior project manager, Baltimore Gas and Electric Company. Member, Baltimore City Democratic Central Committee, 2008-10. Member, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. VIP List, Daily Record, 2012. Lifelong member, St. Matthew Catholic Church, Baltimore, Maryland. Married; two children.


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