[Photograph of State Delegate] CARMEN AMEDORI, Republican, District 5, Carroll County

Member of House of Delegates since 1999. Member, Judiciary Committee, 1999- (gaming [gambling] law & enforcement subcommittee, 1999-).

District Court Commissioner, Carroll County, District 10, District Court of Maryland, 1991-93. Chair, Charter Board, Carroll County, 1998. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, November 25, 1955. Villa Julie College, paralegal graduate, 1977. Attended Weekend College of Notre Dame. Paralegal in family, criminal and real estate law, 1977-85, 1993-98. Journalist, Baltimore Sun, 1985-88; The Carroll County Times, 1988-90. Former freelance writer, consultant, and legal transcriptionist. Volunteer, Historical Society of Carroll County (writing biographies of Carroll County Vietnam veterans), 1994-97. Campaign manager for Jerry F. Barnes, Carroll County State's Attorney, 1994. Member, Tri-District Republican Club (president, 1995-96; president-elect, 1998-99). Member, Maryland Taxpayers' Association; National Association of Legal Assistants; Citizens Against Government Waste; Citizens Against Big Charter Government; Americans for Tax Reform. School Bell Award, Maryland State Teachers' Association, 1988 (sustained coverage), 1989 (spot news). Distinguished Journalism Award, Society of Professional Journalists, Sigma Delta Chi, Maryland Chapter, 1989. Honorable Mention, Features Award, Maryland-Delaware-DC Press Association, 1989. Married; two daughters.

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