For Maryland

Democrat Jim Shea

& BRANDON SCOTT for Lt. Governor

A Lifelong Marylander

Meet Jim

Jim Shea is a native of Baltimore, Maryland, and has lived in Baltimore County for the last 40 years with his wife, Barbara, and their family. He has led public and private organizations across the state, including the University System of Maryland, the Empower Baltimore Management Corporation, and the Central Maryland Transportation Alliance, all while turning his business into a global enterprise. He is running for Governor to invest in Maryland by creating a world-class education system, a comprehensive and statewide transportation system, and an economy that gives Marylanders the raise they deserve.

On the Issues

Where Jim Stands

Jim's Plan for

Economic Development in Maryland

Marylanders need a raise. The Great Recession of 2008 and further structural changes to our economy have created a more polarized society where some flourish while others flounder. Too many mothers and fathers must work two or three jobs to provide for their families. Too many parents are left...

Jim's Plan for

Transportation in Maryland

Let’s face it: Maryland suffers from some of the worst traffic in the nation. Each year, traffic-clogged roads and highways rob Marylanders of millions of hours of precious time they could otherwise be spending with their families, at work or at school, or enjoying other activities. Pollution from the...

Jim's Plan for

Education in Maryland

Education is the surest ladder of opportunity as it provides children the tools they need to succeed in life and to realize their full potential.  Maryland needs a world class education system, from pre-k through higher education, that will improve lives, broaden opportunity, and drive economic development. Under Governor...

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Vision & Leadership

Jim Shea and Brandon Scott are running for Governor and Lt. Governor because they want to invest in the future of Maryland. They have broad experience, and they will also bring a fresh perspective to the Governor's Office to make progress in Maryland.