MARYLAND HOUSE OF DELEGATES


[Photograph of State Delegate] JAMES E. RZEPKOWSKI, Republican, District 32, Anne Arundel County.



Member of House of Delegates since 1995. Member, Ways and Means Committee, 1995- (transportation subcommittee, 1995; housing & social issues subcommittee, 1996; education subcommittee, 1997-). Member, Special Committee on School Enrollment Management, 1996-97. Staff, Senate Minority Leader's office, 1992.

Born in Annapolis, Maryland, March 8, 1971. Attended Old Mill Senior High School, Millersville; University of Maryland College Park, B.A. (government & politics), 1993 (Phi Beta Kappa honors). State-licensed, insurance-office manager, State Farm Insurance. Staff, Republican State Central Committee, 1992. Alternate delegate, Republican Party National Convention, 1996. Member, Anne Arundel County Republican Central Committee, 1996-. Charter President, Eta Epsilon Chapter, Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, 1991-92. Member, Council no. 7025, Knights of Columbus. Member, Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Society; Sigma Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa, National Leadership Honor Society; Golden Key, National Academic Honor Society. H. C. Byrd Citizenship Award, University of Maryland College Park. Outstanding Young Men of America. Charter member, Maryland Medallion Society. Legislator of the Year, Anne Arundel County Trade Council, 1996. Member, St. Phillip Neri Roman Catholic Church. Married.

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