Elizabeth “Susie” Proctor was appointed by Gov. Larry Hogan to succeed her late husband, former Del. James E. Proctor (D). (Courtesy of Elizabeth “Susie” Proctor)

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) on Friday appointed two Democratic delegates to fill vacancies in the Prince George’s and Charles Counties legislative delegations.

Elizabeth “Susie” Proctor, the widow of the late Del. James E. Proctor, assumes the seat her husband occupied in District 27, which spans southern Prince George’s County and part of Charles County.

Carlo Sanchez, an officer with the Prince George’s County Democratic Central Committee who works at Montgomery College, succeeds Del. William A. Campos in representing District 47-B, the state’s only majority Hispanic legislative jurisdiction. Campos resigned last month.

Proctor, of Accokeek, and Sanchez, of Carole Highlands, both received significant support from their local elected leaders in their nominations.

The governor’s office said the appointments take effect immediately, but no date has been set for a swearing-in.

Carlo Sanchez, a Democrat from Prince George’s County, was appointed by Gov. Larry Hogan to fill the delegate seat vacated by William Campos. (Courtesy of Carlo Sanchez/Courtesy of Carlo Sanchez)