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Arora Won’t Seek Re-Election to Maryland House of Delegates

Arora: “Fighting for you in the House of Delegates is an extraordinarily rewarding experience, and I am honored anew each day by the opportunity to serve you.”

Maryland Delegate Sam Arora, D-Dist. 19, says he won't be running for re-election.
Maryland Delegate Sam Arora, D-Dist. 19, says he won't be running for re-election.

Maryland Delegate Sam Arora will not seek re-election, the Montgomery County lawmaker announced to supporters in a blog post.

Aura, a Democrat who represents District 19, wrote:

I have heard from so many supporters in recent months, and I am grateful for their overwhelming encouragement urging me to continue serving District 19. As I listened, I also weighed the caliber of effort I expect of myself when representing our community in the General Assembly, the demands of helping to lead a rapidly expanding family business in a challenging economy, and how to care for my family well during this season of life.

When my term of office concludes in January 2015, I plan to return full time to my work in the private sector. Fighting for you in the House of Delegates is an extraordinarily rewarding experience, and I am honored anew each day by the opportunity to serve you. After my term, I look forward to continuing to advocate for working families, job growth, and better government as a private citizen. 

>>>See: Sam Arora’s blog post, “My 2014 Plans and Beond”

Aurora is the vice president of business development for Arora Group. 

In his post, he noted as highlights the approval of his bill to streamline the mortgage refinance process, a provision that would subject stock trusts to Maryland income taxes and a measure that would prohibit the filing of false liens.

Arora is also known for co-sponsoring a same-sex bill in 2011 then later opposing it, The Washington Post notes.

Arora told The Washington Post that electability wasn’t a factor in his decision not to run for another term. He told the newspaper that his decision was based on whether he could balance being a good lawmaker with being a good husband and father.

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