Gov. Wes Moore (D) opted for youth and political fire over government experience when it came to filling a House vacancy in Baltimore City’s District 41. Moore has chosen Malcolm P. Ruff, a 39-year-old civil rights attorney, to replace former Del. Tony Bridges (D) in the House of Delegates, multiple sources confirmed Monday. Although Ruff’s appointment hasn’t been formally announced, it was first reported in The Baltimore Banner on Sunday.
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June 20, 2023