Robin Grammer Jr.R
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Robin L. Grammer, Jr. is a Republican member of the Maryland House of Delegates, representing District 6. He was first elected to the chamber in 2014. Grammer is running for re-election in the primary on June 26, 2018. The general election will take place on November 6, 2018.
Former Member, Appropriations Committee, Maryland State House of Delegates
Former Member, Oversight Committee on Pensions, Maryland State House of Delegates
Former Member, Subcommittee on Transportation and the Environment, Maryland State House of Delegates
Member, Marijuana Legalization Workgroup
Member, Subcommittee on Civil Law and Procedure
Member, Subcommittee on Criminal Law and Procedure
Unaccountable education bureaucrats have banned discipline in schools and threatened teachers who speak out. The result is classrooms that are out of control. We are teaching our students that there is no actions for their consequences. This policy is robbing students of their education opportunities. I pledge to fight to restore discipline in our schools and our classrooms.
Fringe groups attempted to push mandated section 8 in both Baltimore County and the State of Maryland legislatures. I rallied public support to help defeat these bills and won every time. I pledge to fight mandated section 8.
In parts of our state, "sanctuary state" legislation has created zones of lawlessness where we have started to see escalating gang violence. In 2017, I rallied the public to kill the sanctuary state bill and won. I pledge to fight against sanctuary state legislation and repeal it in Baltimore County.