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Maryland Manual, 1991-92
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Congressional Delegatton/703



The 100-member U S Senate consists of two members from each state U S Senators are elected to
serve six-year terms

BARBARA A. MIKULSKI, U S Senator from Maryland Democrat
Born m Baltimore, July 20, 1936 Mount Saint Agnes College, B A , 1958,
University of Maryland School of Social Work, M S W, 1965 Author,
lecturer, teacher, social worker Recipient of honorary degrees from Hood
College, Goucher College, and Pratt Institute, New York Baltimore City
Councilwoman, 1971-1976 Former adjunct professor. Department of
Sociology, Loyola College Chair, Democratic Party Commission on
Delegate Selection and Party Structure, 1973 Democratic nominee for U S
Senate seat in Maryland, 1974 Consultant, National Center for Urban
Ethnic Affairs Executive committee, Congresswomen's Caucus, delegate,
International Women's Year Conference, 1980, member. National
Organization for Women and National Women's Political Caucus Member
of U S House of Representatives, .1977-1987, member, Energy and
Commerce Committee, 1977-87, Merchant Marine and Fisheries
Committee, 1977 87 Member of U S Senate since 1987, member,
Appropriations Committee (Chair, Subcommittee on Department of
Housing and Urban Development—Independent Agencies), Labor and
Human Resources Committee, and Small Business Committee District
offices World Trade Center, Suite 253, Baltimore 21202-3041, tel
962-4510, 3 Church Circle, Annapolis 21401, tel 263-1805, 9658
Baltimore Ave , Suite 103, College Park 20740, tel 345-5517, 82 W
Washington St, Suite 402, Hagerstown 21740-4804, tel 797 2826,
213 219 W Main St, Salisbury 21801, tel 546-7711 Washington office
320 Hart Senate Office BIdg , Washington, DC 20510-3502, tel (202)

PAUL S. SARBANES, U S Senator from Maryland Democrat Born in
Salisbury, February 3, 1933 Wicomico County Senior High School,
Pnnceton University, A B , magna cum laude. Phi Beta Kappa, 1954, Rhodes

Scholar at Batliol College, Oxford University, first riatt R A , honours in the

School of Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, 1957, Harvard Law School,
LL B , cum laude, 1960 Member of the Maryland Bar Attorney, in private
practice, 1961-1962,1965-1970 Law clerk to Judge Moms A Soper, U S
Court of Appeals for the Fourth District, 1960-1961 Legislative draftsman,
Department of Legislative Reference, 1961 session of Maryland General
Assembly Administrative assistant to Walter W Heller, chairman of the
Council of Economic Advisers, 1962-1963 Executive director. Charter
Revision Commission of Baltimore City 1963-1964 Member, Maryland
House of Delegates, 1966-1970, member, Judiciary and Ways and Means
committees, vice chairman, Baltimore City Delegation, 1968 Member of
U S House of Representatives, 1971 1977, served on Judiciary Committee,
Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee, and Select Committee on House
Reorganization Member of the U S Senate since 1977, serving on Foreign
Relations Committee, Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee,
Senate Select Committee on Secret Military Assistance to Iran and the
Nicaraguan Resistance, and as Chairman of Joint Economic Committee
Married to Christine Dunbar Sarbanes, three children District offices 1518
Federal Office BIdg, 31 Hopkins Plaza, Baltimore 21201, tel 962 4436,
11160 Viers Mill Rd , 503 Wheaton Plaza South, Wheaton 20902, tel
946-1252 Eastern Shore tel 546 4998 Western Maryland tel 722 5369
Washington office 332 Dirksen Senate Office BIdg , Washington, DC
20510, tel (202) 224-4524

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