In Maryland, The Ability Of 40,000 People To Vote Sits On The Governor’s Desk
ALICE OLLSTEIN | Think Progress – May 13, 2015
The bill’s author, freshman Delegate Cory McCray (D-Baltimore), told ThinkProgress that he’s hopeful, because Hogan has expressed any problems with the bill or a desire to veto it…….
Freshman delegates hit the ground running, reflect on first year
Rebecca Lessner | Maryland Reporter – April 14, 2015
I really enjoyed the pace. The people in my district don’t always have two or three years for decisions to be made, They’re hurting right now and they’re expecting their elected officials to produce right now,” said McCray…….
Funding apprenticeship programs is good for the state
Cory McCray, Gary Griffin, and Kevin Cosby | Baltimore Sun – March 11, 2015
Many of our communities in Baltimore City and the state of Maryland were established because of good old fashioned blue collar jobs — solid, well-paying jobs in manufacturing, construction and the trades……..
Road Map to Victory
Jen Haut-Prokop | Wellstone – March 10, 2015
Newly-elected Maryland Delegate Cory McCray will readily admit he wasn’t always a perfect voter. “I didn’t start voting until George W Bush was in office. If you looked me up in the VAN file, I’d be in trouble!” But as a small business owner in charge of several rental properties, the more his business grew, the more he began to see how politics was a part of everything……..
Baltimore Del. McCray Meets With Residents in Series of Dialogues
Roberto Alejandro | The Afro – March 6, 2015
In a bid to make the representation of his district a dialogue between himself and his constituents, Maryland House of Delegate member Del. Cory McCray (D-Baltimore City) launched a series of monthly events to update residents in the 45th district about events directly affecting them…….
Lawmaker tells Maryland bankers not to ignore, but invest in poor neighborhoods
Rick Seltzer | Baltimore Business Journal – February 26, 2015
McCray, a newly elected Democratic delegate who represents Northeast Baltimore, spoke to attendees at the Maryland Bankers Association’s day in Annapolis on Wednesday. Instead of focusing on issues like regulations or foreclosures, he talked about crying after looking at neighborhoods with high poverty rates and disaffected residents…….
Freshman Md. delegate pushes bill to restore voting rights for felons
Ovetta Wiggins | Washington Post – February 25, 2015
A freshman delegate in the Maryland General Assembly is championing a bill that a deep personal meaning to him: the restoration of full voting rights for ex-offenders……..
Baltimore City Legislators, Advocates Pushing to Expand Voting Rights of Ex-Felons
Roberto Alejandro | The Afro – February 12, 2015
Baltimore City legislators and advocates are pushing to expand the voting rights of former felons by making them eligible to vote immediately upon release from prison, even if they are still serving a term of parole or probation. Sen. Joan Conway (D-Baltimore City) has submitted a bill in the senate and Del. Cory McCray (D-Baltimore City) will soon submit a house version…….
Maryland Bill Introduced to Ensure Employers Fully Fund Apprenticeship Programs
Chaz Bolte | We Party Patriot – February 4, 2015
Freshmen delegate Cory McCray has only been representing Maryland’s 45th district for a matter of weeks, but his commitment to the state’s workers is already on display. McCray is working on a bill that would make construction apprenticeships more affordable by ensuring that employers fully fund their apprenticeship programs. It is his hope that in so doing more apprentices will complete their programs and move forward into a high-paying careers……..
Incoming Delegates Antonio Hayes and Cory McCray Discuss Their Vision for Leadership
Roberto Alejandro | The Afro – November 12, 2014
Recently, newly elected delegates Antonio Hayes (D-40th) and Cory McCray (D-45th) sat down with the AFRO to discuss their approaches to campaigning and their visions for how to bring greater economic opportunity to a city that has over 23 percent of its population living below the poverty level. Both delegates won their primary victories last June by combining a broad outreach strategy focused on social media for younger voters and a more targeted effort for long-term, older voters…….
Community leader David Harris Interviews Delegate-Elect Cory McCray
David Harris | McElderry Park Star – September 30, 2014
First, I’d like to say that I appreciate the opportunity David, just to be able to get the message out to the real community and to the folks that really live in the community. Just a little bit about me, I live in the Overlea community……
Hayes, Lierman and McCray new faces of city politics
Luke Broadwater | The Baltimore Sun – July 5, 2014
The three 30-somethings from disparate backgrounds are the new faces of Baltimore politics…..
Q: Who Did Maryland Juice Blogger David Moon Donate To? // A: Cory McCray of Baltimore & Dr. Clarence Lam of Howard Co.
David Moon | Maryland Juice – July 10, 2013
Maryland Juice had the opportunity to prod both Cory McCray and Clarence Lam about their views on a range of stalled legislative issues, and as of now, both candidates for the Maryland House are on board to move the needle on some of the social….
Young leaders seek to unseat incumbents by any means necessary
Hassan Giordano | DMV Daily – June 3, 2013
If you were out and about on Saturday, you may have come across a litany of new candidates pounding the pavements in order to get their message of ‘change’ out to the voters early. One such candidate was East Baltimore’s own rising star, Cory McCray….
McCray to run for East Baltimore delegate seat
Luke Broadwater | The Baltimore Sun – May 1, 2013
A Northeast Baltimore community leader said Wednesday he plans to step down from the city’s Board of Elections to run for a state delegate seat…
McCray Leaves Election Board To Seek State Legislature Seat
Adam Bednar | Patch.com – May 1, 2013
Cory McCray, who occasionally blogs about labor issue on Patch, announced he’s resigning his seat on the Baltimore City Board of Elections to pursue a seat in the House of Delegates in District 45…
Golden Apple award recognizes city school volunteer
Karen Nitkin | The Baltimore Sun – February 3, 2013
Cory McCray, whose children, ages 3 and 5, are too young to attend middle school, still spends many hours in the halls and classrooms of Northeast Middle School in Baltimore, where he volunteers…