HOUSE OF DELEGATES

FORMER DELEGATES


[photo, Jon S. Cardin, State Delegate] JON S. CARDIN
Democrat, District 11, Baltimore County

Member of House of Delegates, January 8, 2003 to January 14, 2015. Member, Ways and Means Committee, 2003-15 (education subcommittee, 2003-04; tax & revenue subcommittee, 2004-06; vice-chair's subcommittee, 2007-15; chair, election law subcommittee, 2007-15, member, 2003-06); Special Committee on Higher Education Affordability and Accessibility, 2003-04; Joint Advisory Committee on Legislative Data Systems, 2007-14. Member, Maryland Green Caucus, 2003-15. Chair, Maryland Bicycle and Pedestrian Caucus, 2005-15. Member, Maryland Veterans Caucus, 2006-15. Member, National Conference of State Legislatures, 2009-15 (agriculture, environment & energy committee, 2007-08; agriculture & energy committee, 2008-15; environment committee, 2008-15; chair, redistricting & elections committee, 2011-15, vice-chair, 2009-11; chair, election law committee, 2012-15).


Member, Task Force to Study the Dynamics of Elderly and Retiree Migration into and out of Maryland, 2004-06; Task Force on Comparable Testing Methods for the Maryland High School Assessments, 2004-06; Task Force to Implement Holocaust, Genocide, Human Rights and Tolerance Education, 2005-07; Commission to Study Campaign Finance Law, 2011-13.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, January 12, 1970. Attended Park School, Brooklandville; Tufts University, B.A. (international relations), 1992; University of Maryland, Baltimore County, M.P.S. (policy sciences), 1996; Baltimore Hebrew University, M.A. (judaic studies), with honors, 1996. University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., with honors, 2001. Law clerk to Judge William D. Quarles, Jr., Baltimore City Circuit Court, 2001-02. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 2001; District of Columbia Bar, 2002. Attorney. Jon S. Cardin, P.A., Baltimore. Member, American and Federal Bar Associations, Maryland State Bar Association (young lawyers section); Baltimore City Bar Association. Spanish teacher, and lacrosse and basketball coach, Mercersburg Academy, 1992-94. Community relations associate, Baltimore Jewish Council, 1994-96. Executive Director, Project Judaica Foundation, Washington, DC, 1996-98. Board of Directors/Advisors, The Camp Shohola Scholarship Fund, 2002-. Member, American Council of Young Political Leaders, 2007-(vice-chair); Institute for Progressive Leadership, 2008-; University of Maryland Baltimore County Hillel, 2008-. Distinguished Alumni, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, 2009. Distinguished Alumni, Baltimore Hebrew University, 2009. Married; one child.

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