Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Martin G. Madden
MSA SC 3520-12171



Nelson, Erik. "GOP's Madden enters race for Senate seat." The Baltimore Sun, 1 June 1994.

Sachs, Adam. "Madden gets support of key coalition." The Baltimore Sun, 18 October 1994.

Sachs, Adam. "How Madden crafted upset of Thomas." The Baltimore Sun, 10 November 1994.


O'Brien, Dennis. "Welfare recipients may have to work." The Baltimore Sun, 20 March 1995.

Coram, Jeff M. "Ethics bill passage seen likely." The Baltimore Sun, 27 March 1995.

Sachs, Adam. "New ethics law requires disclosure." The Baltimore Sun, 26 May 1995.

Morse, Dan. "Girl Scout backers go political in bid for camp." The Baltimore Sun, 13 December 1995.


Coram, James M.  "Political scion Madden makes a name for himself." The Baltimore Sun, 7 January 1996.

Smith, C. Fraser. "Senate OKs bill to reform welfare rules." The Baltimore Sun, 28 March 1996.

Zorzi, Jr., William F. "Maryland welfare plan would test applicants for drug use." The Baltimore Sun, 4 December 1996.


Timberg, Craig. "Speeding fines could double; Madden bill to target residential areas." The Baltimore Sun, 2 October 1997.


Epstein, Gady A. "Madden has big head start on challenger." The Baltimore Sun, 19 July 1998.

Horton, Tom. "Striking a legislative balance." The Baltimore Sun, 7 August 1998.

Hyslop, Margie.  GOP state senators vie for leadership positions,"  The Washington Times, 9 October 1998.

Watson, Jamal E. "Madden takes challenge seriously." The Baltimore Sun, 23 October 1998.

"Senate Republicans Elect New Leaders."  The Washington Post, 18 November 1998.

Smith, C. Fraser.  "Madden to head GOP in Md. Senate."  The Baltimore Sun, 18 November 1998.


"The Assembly's fiscal watchdogs: a conversation with Martin G. Madden." The Baltimore Sun, 28 January 2001.

Dresser, Michael and Larry Carson.  "Madden to leave Senate to pursue other interests." The Baltimore Sun, 11 September 2001.

Hyslop, Margie.  "Senate minority leader to step down."  The Washington Times, 11 September 2001.

Karpovich, Todd.  "Top Md. Republican senator resigns."  Daily Record, 11 September 2001.

Schwartzman, Paul.  "Senate Minority Chief to Resign."  Washington Post, 11 September 2001.

Tallman, Douglas.  "Minority leader Madden to quit Senate."  Frederick Post, 11 September 2001.


Carson, Larry. "Two Howard senators stepping down today." The Baltimore Sun, 7 January 2002.


"Ehrlich names Madden to post." The Baltimore Sun, 22 April 2003.

Other sources -

Maryland Manual On-Line biography

First Citizen Award, 2006

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