[Photograph of State Delegate] MICHAEL G. COMEAU
Democrat, District 35A, Harford County

Member of House of Delegates, 1997-99. Member, Judiciary Committee, 1997-99 (criminal justice subcommittee).

Associate County Attorney, Prince George's County, 1981-84, 1986-89. Chief Deputy Clerk, Court of Special Appeals, 1985. Assistant attorney general, 1989-93. Assistant County Attorney, Baltimore County, 1994- (chief, litigation division).

Member, Task Force on Gaming Laws, 1987; Local Emergency Planning Committee, 1987-89; Efficiency and Effectiveness in Government Policy Group (structure & reorganization subgroup), Gubernatorial Transition, 1994-95; Procurement Advisory Council, 1995-97.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, July 13, 1956. Attended Parkville Senior High School; Randolph-Macon College, B.A., 1978; University of Baltimore School of Law, J.D., 1981. Attorney. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1981; District of Columbia Bar, 1984; Fourth, D.C. and Federal Circuits, U.S. Court of Military Appeals, and U.S. Supreme Court, 1985. Member, Harford County, Baltimore County and Maryland State Bar Associations. Currently serving as a Major, Maryland Army National Guard, Judge Advocate General's Corps (army commendation medal; army achievement medal; army reserve components achievement medal; national defense service medal; Maryland state service medal). Member, Harford County Democratic Central Committee, 1995-98. Delegate, Democratic Party National Convention, 1996. Member, Greater Fallston Democratic Club. Member, American Legion; Maryland National Guard Association; U.S. National Guard Association; The Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad Preservation and Historical Society. Director and coach, Jarrettsville Recreation Council Baseball, 1994-. Exceptional service award, Office of Attorney General of Maryland, 1991. Married; two children.

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