Former Baltimore Sen. Oaks Re-Registers to Vote, Making Him Technically Eligible to Serve If Elected

Former state Sen. Nathaniel T. Oaks is once again on Maryland’s voting rolls, making the disgraced ex-lawmaker technically eligible to be re-elected to his old job if he wins the primary election this month.

Oaks, who pleaded guilty to a felony in March and is awaiting sentencing, said becoming a state senator again was not the reason he registered to vote last week. But he did not explain why he did.