ST. MARY'S COUNTY, MARYLAND

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Elected by Voters to 4-year terms (Constitution of 1851, Art. V, secs. 1-6):
1860 James T. M. Raley

1863-1865 G. Fred Maddox

Elected by Voters to 4-year terms (Constitution of 1864, Art. V, secs. 7-11):
1865-1866 G. Fred Maddox

Elected by Voters to 4-year terms (Constitution of 1867, Art. V, secs. 7-12):
1867-1871 James S. Downs
1872-1879 J. Parran Crane
1879-1891 Daniel C. Hammett (R)
1891-1895 B. Harris Camalier
1895-1899 Daniel C. Hammett (R)
1899-1911 B. Harris Camalier
1912-1916 William M. Loker
1916-1920 A. Keasley Love
1920-1927 John H. T. Briscoe (D)
1927-1931 Philip H. Dorsey (D)
1931-1939 John H. T. Briscoe (D)
1939-1947 C. Henry Camalier (D)
1947-1951 John H. T. Briscoe (D)
1951-1955 Joseph A. Mattingly (D)
1954-1958 Walter B. Dorsey (D)
1958-1963 Joseph A. Mattingly (D)
1963-1967 Charles A. Norris
1967-1975 Joseph D. Weiner (R)
1975-1979 George R. Sparling (D)
1979-1982 Neal P. Myerberg
1982-1998 Walter B. Dorsey (D)
1998- Richard D. Fritz (R)

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