Elect Democratic Women Congratulates Angela Alsobrooks (MD-Sen), Sarah Elfreth (MD-03), and April McClain Delaney (MD-06) on their Victories in the Maryland Primaries

WASHINGTON, DC –– Today, Elect Democratic Women (EDW), the Congressional Member-led committee dedicated to electing pro-choice Democratic women to Congress, congratulates the following candidates on their decisive victories in Maryland’s Congressional primaries and is proud to have supported their campaigns. 

  • Angela Alsobrooks: MD-Sen
  • Sarah Elfreth: MD-03
  • April McClain Delaney: MD-06

“Elect Democratic Women is pleased to congratulate Angela Alsobrooks, Sarah Elfreth, and April McClain Delaney on their victories in Maryland’s primary elections. All three women have a deep commitment to serving all Marylanders and guaranteeing that policies that uplift women and families are always a top priority. EDW is looking forward to working with them to ensure their success in November,” said EDW Chair, Rep. Lois Frankel. 

Angela Alsobrooks, MD-Sen: Angela Alsobrooks currently serves as County Executive for Prince George’s County. Prior to her time as County Executive, she served as Prince George’s County State’s Attorney and Prince George’s County’s first full-time Domestic Violence Prosecutor. If elected, she will be Maryland’s first Black Senator. Angela Alsobrooks will face Republican Larry Hogan in November. 

Sarah Elfreth, MD-03: Sarah Elfreth is the youngest woman ever elected to the Maryland State Senate and has been a steadfast leader on defending women’s reproductive freedoms, serving Maryland’s veterans, and protecting the Chesapeake Bay. Sarah will face the MD-03 Republican nominee in the general election to hold Rep. John Sarbanes’ open seat.  

April McClain Delaney, MD-06: April McClain Delaney has spent her career working to serve children and families through media and technology and most recently served as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Communications in President Biden’s Commerce Department. April will face Republican Neil Parrott in the general election to hold Rep. David Trone’s open seat.


Elect Democratic Women was formed in 2018 by Democratic members of Congress with the purpose of electing more pro-choice Democratic women to Congress and higher office, based on the understanding that democracy is best served by a diverse Congress that reflects the people they represent.