Notable Residents

Maggie McIntosh

“To Baltimore residents, there really are no words to thank you for the honor and privilege to serve you. Your support will always fill my heart. The entire time I served in public office

I have lived in a Baltimore neighborhood, Tuscany Canterbury. These neighbors and friends have been the backbone of my success”

Delegate McIntosh throws out the first pitch

Delegate McIntosh threw out the first pitch at the June 28th Oriole game. Maggie was recognized by the Orioles on Pride night as the first LGBTQ+ woman in the Maryland legislature. She was also instrumental in passing Maryland’s constitutional amendment in 2012, ensuring that all Marylanders have equal rights.

Maggie Mcintosh

House Appropriations Chair Maggie L. McIntosh (D), a powerful and trailblazing figure in Maryland politics and one of the most consequential legislators from Baltimore City in history, announced Sunday night that she will retire from the General Assembly next year rather than seek re-election.

“At the end of this term, I will have served 30 years and been successfully elected seven times to the Maryland House of Delegates,” she wrote in an email to constituents and supporters that went out Sunday night. “However, my name will not be on the ballot next year. After careful thought and personal reflection, I am looking forward to retiring from the House of Delegates at the end of 2022. Family, friends, and community will get my full attention.”

Maggie McIntosh


To read about some of Maggie’s accomplishment CLICK HERE

Sunpapers article (Nov 16, 2021) about Maggie CLICK HERE