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Senate County Executives Series Senator Jim Robey

Maryland’s Senate Majority Leader from 2013-2015, Senator Jim Robey spent a short time in Maryland’s Senate but truly made a lasting as Howard County Executive from 1998-2006. A lifelong resident of Howard County, few others would understand their communities better than Robey. Born in Baltimore but raised in Daniels, Robey graduated from Howard High School […]

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Senate County Executives Series Senator Don Hutchinson

A Senator, a Delegate and Baltimore County’s Executive from 1978-1986, Donald Hutchinson’s career in public service would be both varied and interesting. Born in Baltimore on New Year’s Eve in 1945, Hutchinson would graduate from Frostburg State College before making his way to a successful career in both business and public service. Hutchinson would choose […]

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Senate County Executives Series Senator Sidney Kramer

A Councilman, a Senator, a County Executive, and the father of two future State Senators, Sidney Kramer is truly a legend in both Montgomery County politics. He would serve as Montgomery County’s 3rd County Executive from 1986-1990. Born in Washington D.C. in 1925, Kramer would graduate from Calvin Coolidge High School in 1944 then enter […]

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Senate County Executives Series Senator Dennis Rasmussen

A member of the Maryland General Assembly from 1975-1986, Dennis Rasmussen would serve as a Maryland State Senator from 1978-1986, and a Maryland State Delegate from 1975-1978. His political career would culminate in his tenure as Baltimore County Executive from 1986-1990. Born in Essex in 1947, Rasmussen would graduate from Kenwood High School before making […]

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Unsung Senators Celebration Senator Gwendolyn Britt

Few members ever elected to the Maryland Senate came to their positions with as great a history of advocacy as did Senator Gwendolyn T. Britt. A business woman, realtor, and human resources professional by trades, Britt served just five short but impactful years in the Maryland Senate (2003-2008). Although her time in the Senate was […]

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