Edward R. Reilly

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Edward R. Reilly
Edward R. Reilly (2011).jpg
Reilly in 2011
Member of the Maryland Senate
from the 33rd district
Incumbent
Assumed office
June 22, 2009
Preceded by Janet Greenip
Anne Arundel County Council District 7
In office
December 4, 2002 – 2009
Personal details
Born (1949-11-28) November 28, 1949 (age 64)
Glen Ridge, New Jersey
Political party Republican
Profession Insurance Agency Owner
Religion Roman Catholic

Edward R. Reilly (born November 28, 1949) is an American politician from Crofton, Maryland and a Republican member of the Maryland Senate, appointed by the governor to represent District 33 after State Senator Janet Greenip resigned. He then ran and was elected in November 2010 to his first full term, which he is currently serving.

Education[edit]

Reilly graduated from Essex Catholic High School in Newark, New Jersey. Reilly later received his B.B.A in banking and finance in 1972 from Iona College in New Rochelle, New York.[1]

Career[edit]

Edward R. Reilly was selected by the Anne Arundel County Republican Central Committee to replace the retiring Janet Greenip who retired mid-term. His selection was submitted to Governor Martin O'Malley and appointed to the position accordingly. He has been assigned to the, Education, Health and Environmental Affairs Committee.

In addition to his career in the Anne Arundel County Council, Reilly has been a member of the U.S. Jaycees since 1974 and was president of the Park-Adelphi Jaycees from 1976–1977 and is a past-president of College Park Jaycees. He is also a volunteer for the American Cancer Socity, and a past-president of the Anne Arundel County Life Underwriters Association.

Election results[edit]

  • 2006 Race for Anne Arundel County Council District 7[2]
Name Votes Percent Outcome
Edward R. Reilly, Rep. 17,254   58.3%    Won
Eric Lipsetts, Dem. 9,934   33.6%    Lost
Robb Tufts 2,375   8.0%    Lost
Other Write-Ins 11   0.0%    Lost

References and notes[edit]

  1. ^ Maryland Archives
  2. ^ "Anne Arundel County Council Results". Maryland State Board of Elections. Retrieved August 5, 2009. 

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