422nd Maryland General Assembly

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The 422nd Maryland General Assembly convened in a special session on June 14, 2006, met on June 15, 2006 and did not meet again until it adjourned sine die on June 23, 2006.[1] The entire special session covered only three calendar days.

Senate[edit]

Party composition[edit]

Affiliation Members
Democratic Party 33
Republican Party 14
Total
47

Leadership[edit]

Position Name Party District
President of the Senate Miller, Jr., Thomas V. MikeThomas V. Mike Miller, Jr. Democratic 27
President pro tem {{{last}}},[[{{{last}}}| {{{last}}}]] Democratic 45
Majority Leader McFadden, Nathaniel J.Nathaniel J. McFadden Democratic 12

Members[edit]

DISTRICT 1

John J. Hafer, Republican

DISTRICT 2

Donald F. Munson, Republican

DISTRICT 3

Alex X. Mooney, Republican

DISTRICT 4

David R. Brinkley, Republican

DISTRICT 5

Larry E. Haines, Republican

DISTRICT 6

Norman R. Stone, Jr., Democrat

DISTRICT 7

Andrew P. Harris, Republican

DISTRICT 8

Katherine A. Klausmeier, Democrat

DISTRICT 9

Allan H. Kittleman, Republican

DISTRICT 10

Delores G. Kelley, Democrat

DISTRICT 11

Robert Zirkin, Democrat

DISTRICT 12

Edward J. Kasemeyer, Democrat

DISTRICT 13

James N Robey, Democrat

DISTRICT 14

Rona E. Kramer, Democrat

DISTRICT 15

Robert J. Garagiola, Democrat

DISTRICT 16

Brian E. Frosh, Democrat

DISTRICT 17

Jennie M. Forehand, Democrat

DISTRICT 18

Sharon M. Grosfeld, Democrat

DISTRICT 19

Leonard H. Teitelbaum, Democrat

DISTRICT 20

Ida G. Ruben, Democrat

DISTRICT 21

James Rosapepe, Democrat

DISTRICT 22

Paul G. Pinsky, Democrat

DISTRICT 23

Leo E. Green, Democrat

DISTRICT 24

Nathaniel Exum, Democrat

DISTRICT 25

Ulysses Curry, Democrat

DISTRICT 26

Gloria G. Lawlah, Democrat

DISTRICT 27

Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr., Democrat

DISTRICT 28

Thomas M. Middleton, Democrat

DISTRICT 29

Roy P. Dyson, Democrat

DISTRICT 30

John Astle, Democrat

DISTRICT 31

Bryan Simonaire, Republican

DISTRICT 32

James E. DeGrange, Sr., Democrat

DISTRICT 33

Janet Greenip, Republican

DISTRICT 34

Nancy Jacobs, Republican

DISTRICT 35

J. Robert Hooper, Republican

DISTRICT 36

E.J. Pipkin, Republican

DISTRICT 37

Richard F. Colburn, Republican

DISTRICT 38

J. Lowell Stoltzfus, Republican

DISTRICT 39

Patrick J. Hogan, Democrat

DISTRICT 40

Ralph M. Hughes, Democrat

DISTRICT 41

Lisa A. Gladden, Democrat

DISTRICT 42

James Brochin, Democrat

DISTRICT 43

Joan Carter Conway, Democrat

DISTRICT 44

Verna L. Jones, Democrat

DISTRICT 45

Nathaniel J. McFadden, Democrat

DISTRICT 46

George W. Della, Jr., Democrat

DISTRICT 47

Gwendolyn T. Britt, Democrat

House of Delegates[edit]

Party composition[edit]

Affiliation Members
  Democratic Party 104
  Republican Party 37
Unaffiliated 0
 Total
141
 Government Majority
67

Leadership[edit]

Position Name Party District
Speaker of the House Michael E. Busch Democratic 30
Speaker Pro Tempore Adrienne A. Jones Democratic 10
Majority Leader Kumar P. Barve Democratic 17
Majority Whip Talmadge Branch Democratic 45
Minority Leader George C. Edwards Republican 29C
Minority Whip Anthony J. O'Donnell Republican 2B

Members[edit]

DISTRICT 1A

George C. Edwards, Republican

DISTRICT 1B

Kevin Kelly, Democrat

DISTRICT 1C

LeRoy E. Myers, Jr., Republican

DISTRICT 2A

Robert A. McKee, Republican

DISTRICT 2B

Christopher B. Shank, Republican

DISTRICT 2C

John P. Donoghue, Democrat

DISTRICT 3A

Galen R. Clagett, Democrat

Patrick N. Hogan, Republican

DISTRICT 3B

Richard B. Weldon, Jr., Republican

DISTRICT 4A

Joseph R. Bartlett, Republican

Paul S. Stull, Republican

DISTRICT 4B

Donald B. Elliott, Republican

DISTRICT 5A

Tanya Thornton Shewell, Republican

Nancy R. Stocksdale, Republican

DISTRICT 5B

A. Wade Kach, Republican

DISTRICT 6

John S. Arnick, Democrat

Joseph J. Minnick, Democrat

Michael H. Weir, Jr., Democrat

DISTRICT 7

Richard K. Impallaria, Republican

J. B. Jennings, Republican

Patrick L. McDonough, Republican

DISTRICT 8

Joseph C. Boteler III, Republican

Eric M. Bromwell, Democrat

John W. E. Cluster, Jr., Republican

DISTRICT 9A

Gail H. Bates, Republican

Warren E. Miller, Republican

DISTRICT 9B

Susan W. Krebs, Republican

DISTRICT 10

Emmett C. Burns, Jr., Democrat

Adrienne A. Jones, Democrat

Shirley Nathan-Pulliam, Democrat

DISTRICT 11

Jon S. Cardin, Democrat

Dan K. Morhaim, Democrat

Robert A. Zirkin, Democrat

DISTRICT 12A

Steven J. DeBoy, Sr., Democrat

James E. Malone, Jr., Democrat

DISTRICT 12B

Elizabeth Bobo, Democrat

DISTRICT 13

Shane E. Pendergrass, Democrat

Neil F. Quinter, Democrat

Frank S. Turner, Democrat

DISTRICT 14

Anne R. Kaiser, Democrat

Karen S. Montgomery, Democrat

Herman L. Taylor II, Democrat

DISTRICT 15

Jean B. Cryor, Republican

Kathleen M. Dumais, Democrat

Brian J. Feldman, Democrat

DISTRICT 16

William A. Bronrott, Democrat

Marilyn R. Goldwater, Democrat

Susan C. Lee, Democrat

DISTRICT 17

Kumar P. Barve, Democrat

Michael R. Gordon, Democrat

Luiz R. S. Simmons, Democrat

DISTRICT 18

Ana Sol Gutierrez, Democrat

John Adams Hurson, Democrat

Richard S. Madaleno, Jr., Democrat

DISTRICT 19

Henry B. Heller, Democrat

Adrienne A. Mandel, Democrat

Carol S. Petzold, Democrat

DISTRICT 20

Peter Franchot, Democrat

Sheila E. Hixson, Democrat

Gareth E. Murray, Democrat

DISTRICT 21

Barbara A. Frush, Democrat

Pauline H. Menes, Democrat

Brian R. Moe, Democrat

DISTRICT 22

Tawanna P. Gaines, Democrat

Anne Healey, Democrat

Justin D. Ross, Democrat

DISTRICT 23A

Mary A. Conroy, Democrat

James W. Hubbard, Democrat

DISTRICT 23B

Marvin E. Holmes, Jr., Democrat

DISTRICT 24

Joanne C. Benson, Democrat

Carolyn J. B. Howard, Democrat

Michael L. Vaughn, Democrat

DISTRICT 25

Anthony G. Brown, Democrat

Dereck E. Davis, Democrat

Melony G. Griffith, Democrat

DISTRICT 26

Darryl A. Kelley, Democrat

Obie Patterson, Democrat

Veronica L. Turner, Democrat

DISTRICT 27A

James E. Proctor, Jr., Democrat

Joseph F. Vallario, Jr., Democrat

DISTRICT 27B

Sue Kullen, Democrat

DISTRICT 28

W. Louis Hennessy, Republican

Sally Y. Jameson, Democrat

Murray D. Levy, Democrat

DISTRICT 29A

John F. Wood, Jr., Democrat

DISTRICT 29B

John L. Bohanan, Jr., Democrat

DISTRICT 29C

Anthony J. O'Donnell, Republican

DISTRICT 30

Michael E. Busch, Democrat

Virginia P. Clagett, Democrat

Herbert H. McMillan, Republican

DISTRICT 31

Joan Cadden, Democrat

Don Dwyer, Republican

John R. Leopold, Republican

DISTRICT 32

Terry R. Gilleland, Jr., Republican

Mary Ann Love, Democrat

Theodore J. Sophocleus, Democrat

DISTRICT 33A

David G. Boschert, Republican

Tony McConkey, Republican

DISTRICT 33B

Robert A. Costa, Republican

DISTRICT 34A

Charles R. Boutin, Republican

Mary-Dulany James, Democrat

DISTRICT 34B

David D. Rudolph, Democrat

DISTRICT 35A

Barry Glassman, Republican

Joanne S. Parrott, Republican

DISTRICT 35B

Susan K. McComas, Republican

DISTRICT 36

Michael D. Smigiel, Sr., Republican

Richard A. Sossi, Republican

Mary Roe Walkup, Republican

DISTRICT 37A

Rudolph C. Cane, Democrat

DISTRICT 37B

Adelaide C. Eckardt, Republican

Jeannie Haddaway, Republican

DISTRICT 38A

D. Page Elmore, Republican

DISTRICT 38B

Bennett Bozman, Democrat

Norman Conway, Democrat

DISTRICT 39

Charles E. Barkley, Democrat

Nancy J. King, Democrat

Joan F. Stern, Democrat

DISTRICT 40

Tony E. Fulton, Democrat

Marshall T. Goodwin, Democrat

Salima Siler Marriott, Democrat

DISTRICT 41

Jill P. Carter, Democrat

Nathaniel T. Oaks, Democrat

Samuel I. Rosenberg, Democrat

DISTRICT 42

Susan L. M. Aumann, Republican

William J. Frank, Republican

John G. Trueschler, Republican

DISTRICT 43

Curt Anderson, Democrat

Ann Marie Doory, Democrat

Maggie L. McIntosh, Democrat

DISTRICT 44

Keith E. Haynes, Democrat

Ruth M. Kirk, Democrat

Jeffrey A. Paige, Democrat

DISTRICT 45

Talmadge Branch, Democrat

Clarence Davis, Democrat

Hattie N. Harrison, Democrat

DISTRICT 46

Peter A. Hammen, Democrat

Carolyn J. Krysiak, Democrat

Brian K. McHale, Democrat

DISTRICT 47

Doyle L. Niemann, Democrat

Rosetta C. Parker, Democrat

Victor R. Ramirez, Democrat

See also[edit]

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ "Maryland House and Senate Sessions 2008". Maryland Legislative Information Systems. Retrieved April 21, 2010. 

"General Assembly: House of Delegates". Maryland Manual Online. Maryland State Archives. 2007. Archived from the original on 30 June 2007. Retrieved 2007-06-29. 

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