“My name is Sabrina Massett and I have lived in Maryland all my life. I cherish our people, our heritage, and our abundant resources. I will represent all our people and support the values we hold dear, as together we create a bright and sustainable future.”
I picture and will fight for a Maryland where
- all citizens are valued
- support for working families and vulnerable people is a priority
- children feel safe from gun violence at school and at home
- children learn in modern classrooms and teachers are paid fairly for their vital work
- young people are not lost to substance use illness on a daily basis
- we value and protect both our farming heritage and our unique natural resources
All people should be allowed to reach their potential, no matter where they live or what socio-economic group they fall into.
Service is the rent we pay for being. It is the very purpose of life, and not something you do in your spare time. — Marian Wright Edelman
Our children and young people are not expendable. Gun violence and opioid deaths must stop.
“Enough is Enough!” — March for our Lives, March 24, 2018
Maryland is blessed with a wealth of natural resources that have given it the nickname ‘America in Miniature’, and that are worth passing on to future generations.
“There is something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains of nature – the assurance that dawn comes after night, and spring after winter.”
— Rachel Carson
NEWS & EVENTS
“Just back from March For Our Lives in DC. Young people are amazing – Our country is in good hands. Too bad the adults in charge let them down. This is one high school club no one should have to join. They will soon
“Last night I had the privilege of attending a ceremony at the Thurmont town office honoring 2 founding
members of the Thurmont Food Bank. I have an abounding respect for the people of our town and it became very apparent
to me that