- 1 Who represents Maryland in the house?
- 2 Who are the 8 representatives of Maryland?
- 3 Who is the Congress person for Maryland?
- 4 How many congressmen does Maryland have?
- 5 How many senators do we have in Maryland?
- 6 How much does a Maryland senator make?
- 7 Who is the senator of Maryland 2020?
- 8 What is the capital of Maryland?
- 9 Who are my elected officials in Maryland?
- 10 Who represents Baltimore in the House of Representatives?
Who represents Maryland in the house?
Representative Kweisi Mfume | Representing the 7th District of Maryland.
Who are the 8 representatives of Maryland?
U.S. REPRESENTATIVES FROM MARYLAND
- Andrew P. Harris (R), 1st Congressional District.
- C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger III (D), 2nd Congressional District.
- John P. Sarbanes (D), 3rd Congressional District.
- Anthony G.
- Steny H.
- David Trone (D), 6th Congressional District.
- Kweisi Mfume (D), 7th Congressional District.
- Jamin B. (
Who is the Congress person for Maryland?
Congressman Jamie Raskin proudly represents Maryland’s 8th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.
How many congressmen does Maryland have?
Maryland is divided into eight congressional districts, each represented by a member of the United States House of Representatives.
How many senators do we have in Maryland?
Current party composition
|Democratic majority||18 (70.2%)|
How much does a Maryland senator make?
|Political groups||Majority Democratic (32) Minority Republican (15)|
|Length of term||4 years|
|Authority||Article III, Section 2, Maryland Constitution|
Who is the senator of Maryland 2020?
Home | U.S. Senator Ben Cardin of Maryland.
What is the capital of Maryland?
Annapolis is the State capital of Maryland. Centered on Maryland’s Western Shore, Annapolis lies 25 miles south of Baltimore and 30 miles east of Washington, DC. From the founding of Maryland in 1634, however, St. Mary’s City was the first seat of Maryland’s colonial government, not Annapolis.
Who are my elected officials in Maryland?
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- Governor. Lawrence J. Hogan, Jr.
- Lt. Governor. Boyd K. Rutherford.
- Attorney General. Brian E. Frosh.
- Comptroller. Peter Franchot.
- Maryland Congressional District.
- US Senators. Benjamin L. Cardin, Chris Van Hollen.
- US Representative. US Representative.
- Maryland Legislative District.
Who represents Baltimore in the House of Representatives?
Congressman John Sarbanes | Representing the 3rd District of Maryland.