TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Jan 15, 2019
The Montgomery County Commission voted Monday to appoint Rosalind Kurita to fill the Senate seat left vacant by Republican Mark Green when he was elected to Congress, The Leaf Chronicle reports. Kurita, a Democrat, is a former county commissioner and was previously District 22's state senator for 12 years. She said she doesn't plan to run for state senator in the special election, that begins with a primary on March 7 followed by the general election on April 23. The district includes Montgomery, Houston and Stewart counties.