Great story in the Maryland Coast Dispatch about Democratic candidate Judy Davis, a longtime teacher and civic volunteer on the Lower Eastern Shore. She’s also a graduate of the Maryland Emerge Program, which prepares the best of prospective female candidates for public service. See you at St. Paul’s By the Sea on Nov. 16. — John
OCEAN CITY — Ocean City resident and career volunteer Judy Davis this week announced she was throwing her hat in the ring for the newly created House District 38C, adding another candidate to what is shaping up to be a highly contested race.
Davis, a Baltimore native, has lived on Lower Shore for 40 years and has been a tireless civic volunteer and advocate ever since. She earned her undergraduate degree from Salisbury University and a Masters from UMES before embarking on a 22-year career as an early childhood teacher and special education teacher on the Lower Shore. For the last 40 years, she has supplemented her professional teaching career with volunteer work as a children’s advocate and volunteer in numerous civic organizations.
“It’s a natural extension of my career as a volunteer and advocate,” she said. “I do feel I have the experience and the time to represent this…
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