Barrie Ciliberti

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Barrie Ciliberti
Member of the Maryland House of Delegates
from the 39th district
In office
January 11, 1995 – January 13, 1999
Succeeded by Charles E. Barkley, Paul Carlson, & Joan F. Stern
Constituency Montgomery County, MD
Personal details
Born Philadelphia, PA
Political party Republican
Profession Professor

Barrie Ciliberti was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is a University of Maryland University College professor and former Republican legislator in the Maryland House of Delegates.


Ciliberti was educated at Friends Select School in Philadelphia, graduated from Ursinus College, and went on to complete an M.A. at Georgetown University and a PhD at Catholic University.


During his legislative career in the Maryland General Assembly, he became known for his opposition to mandatory volunteerism [1] and his stance against aggressive driving.[2][permanent dead link]

In 1985, Ciliberti was appointed by President Ronald Reagan to a member of the National Graduate Fellows Program Fellowship Board for a six-year term [3]. President Reagan also appointed Dr Ciliberti to serve as a member of the National Advisory Council on Adult Education. He has served as a guest lecturer for the U.S. Information Agency and a special assistant for ethnic affairs with the Republican National Committee.[4]

Dr. Ciliberti has served two civilian tours in Iraq working with the United States Department of State. On his first tour, he worked with the United States Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq on election security in advance of the historic elections in Iraq on January 30, 2005. Dr. Ciliberti's second tour was 255 miles north of Baghdad in the city of Mosul, Iraq where he served as the Senior Governance Advisor for Ninewah Province where he helped build the governance capacity of Provincial and city leaders throughout Ninewah Province.

Ciliberti is married and has five children.

Election results[edit]

  • 1998 Race for Maryland House of Delegates – District 39[1]
Voters to choose three:
Name Votes Percent Outcome
Charles E. Barkley, Dem. 17,020   18%    Won
Paul Carlson, Dem. 16,670   18%    Won
Joan F. Stern, Dem. 16,515   18%    Won
Barrie S. Ciliberti, Rep. 14,420   16%    Lost
Walter McKee, Rep. 14,412   16%    Lost
Mathew Mossburg, Rep. 13,439   15%    Lost
  • 1994 Race for Maryland House of Delegates – District 39[2]
Voters to choose three:
Name Votes Percent Outcome
Mathew Mossburg, Rep. 13,119   17%    Won
W. Raymond Beck, Rep. 12,311   16%    Won
Barrie S. Ciliberti, Rep. 12,897   16%    Won
Charles E. Barkley, Dem. 12,137   15%    Lost
Anise Key Brown, Dem. 10,987   14%    Lost
Anthony J. Santangelo, Dem. 10,939   14%    Lost
Patricia Cummings, Ind. 6,471   8%    Lost


  1. ^ "1998 House of Delegates Results". Maryland State Board of Elections.  Retrieved on Nov. 18, 2007
  2. ^ "1994 House of Delegates Results". Maryland State Board of Elections.  Retrieved on Nov. 7, 2007

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