[Photograph of State Delegate] DIANE DeCARLO, Democrat, District 6, Baltimore County & Harford County.

Member of House of Delegates since 1995. Deputy Majority Whip, 1999-. Member, Commerce and Government Matters Committee, 1995- (ethics & elections subcommittee, 1995-; transportation subcommittee, 1999-).

Member, Telecommunications Advisory Panel, Baltimore County, 1990-94; Liquor Board Advisory Commission, Baltimore County; School Board Nominating Committee, Baltimore County. Member, Task Force on National Association of Stock-Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) Motor Sports, 1996-97; Task Force to Study Comprehensive Licensing of Automotive-Related Industries, 1998. House Co-Chair, Task Force to Study the Comprehensive Licensing of Automotive-Related Industries, 1999. Born in Brooklyn, New York, November 12, 1945. Attended Kenwood High School; Essex Community College. Owner, Plaza Lounge, Middle River. Member, Democratic State Central Committee, 1990-94. Past legislative liaison for 7-11 Franchise organizations; Mid-Atlantic Food Dealers Association; Baltimore County Licensed Beverage Association; Maryland Licensed Beverage Association. President, Baltimore County Licensed Beverage Association. President, Maryland Chapter, World Association of Alcohol Beverage Industries. Vice-President, Essex Day Festival Committee. Associate member, Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 651; Maryland Troopers Association. Member, National Rifle Association. Widow; two children; five grandchildren.

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