Civil rights lawyer to run for delegate seat in South Baltimore
By By Luke Broadwater
The Baltimore Sun|
Jul 01, 2013 | 2:30 PM
Brooke Lierman, a civil rights lawyer who lives in Fells Point, has announced her candidacy to run for a House of Delegates seat in the 46th district, which represents South Baltimore.
Lierman, a 34-year-old Democrat, is an associate with the firm Brown, Goldstein & Levy. She's been active on liquor board, environmental and transportation issues.
"I'm running for state delegate because I love Baltimore, and I think it can be better," she said. "After being involved at the street level for a few years now, I want to do more to move the city forward in the right direction."
The 46th District is currently represented by three Democrats: Luke Clippinger, Peter A. Hammen and Brian K. McHale.
Lierman said she isn't targeting any specific candidate.