BALTIMORE (WJZ) – Career Prosecutor Jaymi Sterling, daughter of Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, announced she has applied for State Attorney for St. Mary.
Currently serving as Assistant State Attorney in Anne Arundel County, Sterling is bidding to head the office she left amid controversy nearly a year ago.
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At the time, an Associate State Attorney in St. Mary, Sterling cited questionable practices in her September 30, 2020 resignation letter.
“In my most recent role as Associate State Attorney, I discovered financial and personnel issues. I took action to ensure that these activities were reported to the appropriate authorities,” said Sterling. “In response, State Attorney immediately dismissed me for reporting these irregularities.”
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“It was clear to me that I had a moral and moral obligation to leave the office,” she continued. “I look back with pride at nearly a decade of pursuing justice for the citizens of St. Mary. I am very sad that I have no choice but to resign.”
– Larry Hogan (@LarryHogan) March 16, 2022
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https://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2022/03/16/jaymi-sterling-daughter-of-gov-hogan-announces-run-for-states-attorney-of-st-marys-county/ Jaymi Sterling, Governor Hogan’s Daughter, Announces Running for St. Mary’s – CBS Baltimore