Clark seeks full term in House of Delegates

Lexington Park, MD - Delegate Jerry Clark is seeking a full four-year term in the Maryland General Assembly. The Republican was appointed in 2016 by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan to fill the unexpired term of veteran lawmaker Tony O’Donnell, who was appointed to the state’s Public Service Commission. Clark represents District 29C, which includes a portion of Southern Calvert and a portion of Central St. Mary’s.

For over 40 years, Clark has been a small business owner in Calvert County. The Lusby resident served as a Calvert County commissioner for 12 years. Clark was also a member of the Maryland Critical Areas Commission.

Among the legislation Clark sponsored in Annapolis last year were measures to aid Calvert County farmers in preventing crop damage by deer, a bill to enhance the Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays Trust Fund and a bond bill to help East-John Youth Center in Lusby fund swimming pool renovations.

Recently, Clark visited’s offices and studio to discuss his ongoing campaign in the District 29C race. Discussion on several issues is included in the video.

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