[photo, Daniel H. Raley, Board of County Commissioners, St. Mary's County, Maryland] DANIEL H. RALEY
Member, Board of County Commissioners (Democrat), 1998-2010

Member, Board of County Commissioners, St. Mary's County, representing District 4, December 1998 to December 6, 2010 (vice-president, 2007).

Member, Board of Health, St. Mary’s County, 1998-2010; Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland, 1998-2010; Southern Maryland Agricultural Development Commission, 2007-10. Chair, Housing Authority Board, St. Mary's County. Past member, Board of Zoning Appeals, St. Mary's County (past chair); Solid Waste Committee, St. Mary's County; Efficiency Task Force, St. Mary's County; Youth Commission, St. Mary's County (past executive secretary).

Loyola College, Baltimore, B.A., 1971 (ROTC). Served in U.S. Army as military police officer (army commendation medal). Former co-owner, Raley's Town and Country Market, Inc., Ridge, Maryland. Member, Knights of Columbus; Lexington Park Lions Club; American Legion Post 255, Ridge, Maryland. Married; two children, two grandchildren.

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