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Maryland State Senator Justin Ready (District 5) filed to run for re-election on August 18th. Here is the filing information:


Senator Ready posted the following update on social media yesterday:

This morning in Annapolis, joined by Ruth, Brooklyn and Caleb, I officially filed to run for re-election. I don’t make this decision lightly – I’m running to keep energetically fighting for conservative principles and bring real reform to our state. Maryland should be a place where families and retirees can afford to live and job creators can thrive, where we feel safe in our communities and where our kids learn about the struggles, sacrifice and ideals that make America great. I hope you’ll join our campaign as we get moving in the weeks and months ahead. I’ll share information on how to get involved soon. Thank you as always for the honor of serving in the State Senate!

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A little background

In the 2018 Primary Justin Ready ran unopposed.

In the 2018 General Justin Ready won by a wide margin:

From State Senator Ready’s About page on his website:

Justin Ready represents District 5 in the Maryland State Senate. He serves on the Judicial Proceedings Committee. He was appointed by Governor Larry Hogan to the Senate in February of 2015 to replace Sen. Joe Getty who resigned to take a position in Gov. Hogan’s administration.

Ready was elected to the House of Delegates in 2010 and re-elected in 2014 representing District 5. He served on the House Health & Government Operations Committee and as Chief Deputy Whip for the House Republican Caucus during his time as a Delegate.


Senator Ready has his website and many social media channels up and running for the 2022 election cycle:

I will continue to track most all local and state candidates in Carroll County in 2022 on this page for my readers:   https://scotteblog.com/2022-primary-election-candidates-carroll-county/

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