Nathaniel J. McFadden

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Nathaniel J. McFadden
Nathaniel J. McFadden (2007).jpg
Member of the Maryland Senate
from the 45th district
Assumed office
January 11, 1995
Preceded by Nathan Irby
Constituency Baltimore City
President pro tempore of the Maryland Senate
Assumed office
Member of Baltimore City Council
In office
Personal details
Born (1946-08-03) August 3, 1946 (age 71)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Political party Democratic
Residence Baltimore, Maryland
Occupation Educator, Baltimore City Public Schools

Nathaniel J. McFadden (born August 3, 1946) is an American politician who represents district 45 in the Maryland State Senate and is the Senate's president pro tem.[1]


Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 3, 1946, McFadden attended high school at the Baltimore City College, graduating in 1964. McFadden received a B.A. from Morgan State College in geography & history education in 1968. M.S. (history & social sciences), 1972. Educator. Teacher, Dunbar High School, 1968-75. He also was an educator at Lake Clifton-Eastern High School in Baltimore, MD, beginning in 1989 and was an Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) through 1994.

In the legislature[edit]

McFadden has been a member of Senate since January 11, 1995 and is also chairman of the Baltimore City Senate Delegation. He is the President Pro Tem of the Senate after serving as the Majority Leader from 2003 to 2007. Senate Chair, Joint Audit Committee, 2001-. Member, Budget and Taxation Committee, 1995- (public safety, transportation, economic development & natural resources subcommittee, 1995–99; pensions subcommittee, 1995-; education, business & administration subcommittee, 2000-; vice-chair, capital budget subcommittee, 2007-, member, 2003-); Special Joint Committee on Pensions, 1995-;

Democratic party activist[edit]

In December 2007, McFadden was chosen by the Obama for President campaign to appear on the ballot as a male delegate for Obama from Maryland's 7th congressional district.[2]


Nathaniel McFadden campaigning for Barack Obama in Columbia, South Carolina, January 26, 2008
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  2. ^ "2008 Presidential primary candidates" (PDF). Maryland State Board Of Elections. Retrieved 2008-01-07. 

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