Her name is Ariana Kelly, a Democrat from Bethesda - one of the most liberal areas of Montgomery County. She represents District 16 and I understand that she is one of the several candidates vying for the seat that Chris Van Hollen will vacate when he runs for Barbara Mikulski's US Senate seat. A glance at her campaign page reveals endorsements from a gaggle of amoral progressives: Equality Maryland, SEIU, NARAL, etc.
Today the Washington Post revealed that in late June Kelly was arrested outside the home of her ex-husband on charges of trespass and indecent exposure. When police arrived, the ex showed the officers cell-phone video of her antics. When the officer asked her to leave or be arrested, she chose arrest. It is said that she'll be "aggressively disputing" the charges. Well, if a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth an encyclopedia.
The article mentions that Kelly is a member of a legislative task force that is "studying maternal mental health issues". Is she the lab specimen for this study?
When primary day arrives for Maryland, will the voters of that area remember this incident and/or will they really care? If the answer to either of these questions is "no", that will say far more about the liberal brain-rot that infests much of lower Montgomery County' population than it will about Kelly herself.