The customary “green bag” of gubernatorial appointees arrived in the Maryland Senate on Friday afternoon, just as it has for decades ― but this time it was via video. As a pandemic precaution, Republican Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.’s appointments secretary, Chris Cavey, delivered the names of 154 appointees to 55 boards virtually on Friday. “I am especially proud of this group, who volunteered under very awkward circumstances. They have proven to me that even under current pandemic conditions, it does not affect the volunteer spirit of the citizens of Maryland,” Cavey said in the video, wearing a green tie as he customarily does when delivering the nominations.
Hogan’s ‘Green Bag’ Includes Appointees to State Board of Elections, Education, Regents
February 22, 2021