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Sam Arora

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USINPAC is an important bridge builder between the world’s oldest democracy and the world’s largest democracy. I look forward to working with USINPAC and its membership as a Maryland State Delegate


Sam Arora is an advocate and small businessman with more than a decade of experience of working in public service and organizing for progressive Democrats. Arora grew up in Derwood and has witnessed how our community still faces many of the same challenges we have known for year’s they are getting bigger and demand a new generation of innovative ideas. He believes it is time for new, home-grown leadership to look at these challenges in a different way and have the courage to find creative solutions and stand up to special interests in Annapolis.A Career in Public Service, Fighting for Progressive Values Arora’s experience in government includes positions in the U.S. Senate and clerkships with the criminal appellate division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office and Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler. Under Gansler, Arora published resources for Maryland non-profit organizations to navigate the State’s legal requirements and helped prepare legislation to ban the sale of the dangerous hallucinogenic drug Salivia divinorum in Maryland.Arora served as an aide to then-Senator Hillary Clinton and worked on three of her campaigns. During the 2008 general election, he volunteered for Barack Obama and travelled to other states to help get out the vote. Previously, Arora worked for the Democratic National Committee, where he was an aide to the chair of the Democratic Party. As an organizer, Arora recruited thousands of volunteers to combat the Bush administration’s agenda and build a Democratic majority in Congress. He also has advised several non-profit organizations on strategic communications planning.A graduate of Georgetown Law, Arora is also a leader in the American Bar Association, where he sits on the policy-making body of the 410,000-attorney organization.

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