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  • 1. MSEA’s 2011 GEnErAl ASSEMbly rEport cArd r de : n ce :y e ay ms nfe ion dR n ea enc ea ay ea ea ren hir tio :n ms nce o t ms fer po • C ilia • T ilia ea e rt on ct nc Re Act onc po fer ay g A eco po C c Re on on itt cing t re Re Act rt : n cin t r me ee t C me rt ea nan ge ti m nan dge itt am itt dge ct na na ms d Fi Bud ta m Dre Co d Fi Bu m Bu ee y ri ee lu an 72 st an B 72 rt st Co B 70 Co 167 st m HB m sa Fir la Pa H mDi SB H1 SENATOR George C. Edwards R 7 7 3 71A DELEGATE Wendell R. Beitzel R 7 7 3 7 General Assembly1B DELEGATE Kevin Kelly D 7 7 3 7 Special Legislative1C DELEGATE LeRoy E. Myers, Jr. R 7 3 3 7 Session2 SENATOR Christopher B. Shank R 3 3 7 7 The General Assembly2A DELEGATE Andrew A. Serafini R 3 3 7 7 will be back this fall for a2B DELEGATE Neil C. Parrott R 3 3 7 7 Special Session to address2C DELEGATE John P. Donoghue D 7 7 3 7 the Congressional redis- tricting required after3 SENATOR Ronald N. Young D 7 7 3 3 each census to maintain3A DELEGATE Galen R. Clagett D 7 7 3 7 equal population in each3A DELEGATE Patrick N. Hogan R 3 3 7 7 district. The districts must3B DELEGATE Michael J. Hough R 3 3 7 7 be approved in time for4 SENATOR David R. Brinkley R 7 7 7 7 the April primary for the November 2012 elections.4A DELEGATE Kathy L. Afzali R 3 3 7 7 Public hearings on4A DELEGATE Kelly M. Schulz R 3 3 7 7 redistricting are planned4B DELEGATE Donald B. Elliott R 3 3 7 7 this summer.5 SENATOR Joseph M. Getty R 3 3 7 7 But many in Annapolis5A DELEGATE Justin D. Ready R 3 3 7 7 expect legislators to5A DELEGATE Nancy R. Stocksdale R 3 3 7 7 discuss more than5B DELEGATE A. Wade Kach R 3 3 7 7 Congressional redistrict-6 SENATOR Norman R. Stone, Jr. D 3 3 3 7 ing. “Rumors continue to swirl about what else the6 DELEGATE Joseph J. Minnick D 7 7 3 7 governor and General6 DELEGATE John A. Olszewski, Jr. D 7 7 3 7 Assembly may attempt to6 DELEGATE Michael H. Weir, Jr. D 7 7 3 7 tackle,” said MSEA’s Sean7 SENATOR J.B. Jennings R 3 3 7 Absent Johnson, “including trans-7 DELEGATE Richard K. Impallaria R 3 3 7 7 portation, taxes, wind energy proposals, educa-7 DELEGATE Patrick L. McDonough R 3 3 7 7 tion funding, and the cost7 DELEGATE Kathy Szeliga R 3 3 7 7 shift of teacher pension8 SENATOR Katherine A. Klausmeier D 7 7 3 7 costs to locals.”8 DELEGATE Joseph C. Boteler, III R 3 3 7 78 DELEGATE Eric M. Bromwell D 7 7 3 7 help BuilD8 DELEGATE John W. E. Cluster, Jr. R 3 3 7 7 on This year’s9 SENATOR Alan H. Kittleman R 3 3 7 7 acTivisM.9A DELEGATE Gail H. Bates R 3 3 7 7 See page 17 to9A DELEGATE Warren E. Miller R 3 3 7 7 get involved.9B DELEGATE Susan W. Krebs R 3 3 7 710 SENATOR Delores G. Kelley D 7 7 3 310 DELEGATE Emmett C. Burns, Jr. D 7 7 3 710 DELEGATE Adrienne A. Jones D 7 7 3 310 DELEGATE Shirley Nathan-Pulliam D Absent 7 Absent 3 5
  • 2. MSEA’s 2011 GEnErAl ASSEMbly rEport cArd r de : n ce :y e ay ms nfe ion dR n ea enc ea ay ea ea ren hir tio :n ms nce o t ms fer po • C ilia • T ilia ea e rt on ct nc Re Act onc po fer ay g A eco po C c Re on on itt cing t re Re Act rt : n cin t r me ee et C me rt ea nan ge ti m nan dge itt eam ct na dg na ms d Fi Bud ta Co d Fi Bu m Bu Dr ee y ri ee itt lu an 72 st an B 72 rt st Co B 70 Co 167 st m HB m m sa Fir la Pa H m Di SB H 11 SENATOR Robert A. Zirkin D 7 7 3 7 11 DELEGATE Jon S. Cardin D 7 7 3 NV 11 DELEGATE Dan K. Morhaim D 7 7 3 7 11 DELEGATE Dana M. Stein D 7 7 3 NV This year, all 188 12 SENATOR Edward J. Kasemeyer D 7 7 3 3 members of the general 12A DELEGATE Steven J. DeBoy, Sr. D 7 7 3 7 12A DELEGATE James E. Malone, Jr. D 7 7 3 7 assembly earned an 12B DELEGATE Elizabeth Bobo D 7 7 3 3 Incomplete because 13 SENATOR James N. Robey D 7 7 3 3 there are still many 13 DELEGATE Guy J. Guzzone D 7 7 3 3 issues to address, votes 13 DELEGATE Shane E. Pendergrass D 7 7 3 3 13 DELEGATE Frank S. Turner D 7 7 3 3 to cast, and lobbying 14 SENATOR Karen S. Montgomery D 7 7 3 3 to do between now 14 DELEGATE Anne R. Kaiser D 7 7 3 3 and the next election 14 DELEGATE Eric G. Luedtke D 7 7 3 3 14 DELEGATE Craig J. Zucker D 7 7 3 3 in 2014. 15 SENATOR Robert J. Garagiola D 7 7 3 3 15 DELEGATE Kathleen M. Dumais D 7 7 3 3 15 DELEGATE Brian J. Feldman D 7 7 3 3 15 DELEGATE Aruna Miller D 7 7 3 3 16 SENATOR Brian E. Frosh D 7 7 3 3 16 DELEGATE C. William Frick D 7 7 3 3 16 DELEGATE Ariana B. Kelly D 7 7 3 3 16 DELEGATE Susan C. Lee D 7 7 3 3 17 SENATOR Jennie M. Forehand D 7 7 3 3 17 DELEGATE Kumar P. Barve D 7 7 3 3 17 DELEGATE James W. Gilchrist D 7 7 3 3 17 DELEGATE Luiz R. S. Simmons D 7 7 3 3 18 SENATOR Richard S. Madaleno, Jr. D 7 7 3 3 18 DELEGATE Alfred C. Carr, Jr. D 7 7 3 3 18 DELEGATE Ana Sol Gutierrez D 7 7 3 3 18 DELEGATE Jeffrey D. Waldstreicher D 7 7 3 3 19 SENATOR Roger Manno D 7 7 3 3 19 DELEGATE Sam Arora D 7 7 3 3 19 DELEGATE Bonnie L. Cullison D 7 7 3 3 19 DELEGATE Benjamin F. Kramer D 7 7 3 3 20 SENATOR Jamie B. Raskin D 7 7 3 3 20 DELEGATE Sheila Ellis Hixson D 7 7 3 3 20 DELEGATE Tom Hucker D Absent 7 Absent 3 20 DELEGATE Heather R. Mizeur D 7 7 3 36
  • 3. MSEA’s 2011 GEnErAl ASSEMbly rEport cArd r de : n ce :y e ay ms nfe ion dR n ea enc ea ay ea ea ren hir tio :n ms nce o t ms fer po • C ilia • T ilia ea e rt on ct nc Re Act onc po fer ay g A eco po C c Re on on itt cing t re Re Act rt : n cin t r me ee t C me rt ea nan ge ti m nan dge itt am itt dge ct na na ms d Fi Bud ta m Dre Co d Fi Bu m Bu ee y ri ee lu an 72 st an B 72 rt st Co B 70 Co 167 st m HB m sa Fir la Pa H mDi SB H21 SENATOR James C. Rosapepe D 7 7 3 321 DELEGATE Benjamin S. Barnes D 7 7 3 321 DELEGATE Barbara A. Frush D 7 7 3 321 DELEGATE Joseline A. Pena-Melnyk D 7 7 3 322 SENATOR Paul G. Pinsky D 7 7 3 322 DELEGATE Tawanna P. Gaines D 7 7 3 3 Report Card Guide22 DELEGATE Anne Healey D 7 Absent 3 322 DELEGATE Justin D. Ross D 7 7 3 3 HB House Bill23 SENATOR Douglas J.J. Peters D 7 7 3 3 SB Senate Bill23A DELEGATE 3 James W. Hubbard D 7 7 3 3 PASSED23A DELEGATE Geraldine Valentino-Smith D 7 7 3 3 Legislator voted for MSEA’s position23B DELEGATE Marvin E. Holmes, Jr. D 7 7 3 32424 SENATOR DELEGATE Joanne C. Carolyn J. B. Benson Howard D D 7 7 7 Absent 3 3 3 3 7 FAilED Legislator voted against MSEA’s position24 DELEGATE Tiffany T. Alston D 7 7 3 3 NV Legislator did not vote24 DELEGATE Michael L. Vaughn D 7 7 3 3 Absent Legislator excused from voting25 SENATOR Ulysses Currie D 7 7 3 325 DELEGATE Aisha N. Braveboy D 7 7 3 325 DELEGATE Dereck E. Davis D 7 7 3 325 DELEGATE Melony G. Griffith D 7 7 3 326 SENATOR C. Anthony Muse D 7 7 3 726 DELEGATE Veronica L. Turner D 7 7 3 326 DELEGATE Kriselda Valderrama D 7 7 3 326 DELEGATE Jay Walker D 7 7 3 327 SENATOR Thomas V. Miller, Jr. D 7 7 3 327A DELEGATE James E. Proctor, Jr. D 7 7 3 327A DELEGATE Joseph F. Vallario, Jr. D 7 7 3 327B DELEGATE Mark N. Fisher R 3 3 7 728 SENATOR Thomas M. Middleton D 7 7 3 328 DELEGATE Sally Y. Jameson D 7 7 3 728 DELEGATE Peter F. Murphy D 7 7 3 328 DELEGATE C.T. Wilson D 7 7 3 329 SENATOR Roy P. Dyson D 7 7 3 729A DELEGATE John F. Wood, Jr. D 7 7 3 729B DELEGATE John L. Bohanan, Jr. D 7 7 3 729C DELEGATE Anthony J. O’Donnell R 3 3 7 730 SENATOR John C. Astle D 7 7 3 330 DELEGATE Michael E. Busch D 7 7 3 330 DELEGATE Ronald A. George R 3 3 7 730 DELEGATE Herbert H. McMillan R 3 3 7 7 7
  • 4. MSEA’s 2011 GEnErAl ASSEMbly rEport cArd r de : n ce :y e ay ms nfe ion dR n ea enc ea ay ea ea ren hir tio :n ms nce o t ms fer po • C ilia • T ilia ea e rt on ct nc Re Act onc po fer ay g A eco po C c Re on on itt cing t re Re Act rt : n cin t r me ee et C me rt ea nan ge ti m nan dge itt eam ct na dg na ms d Fi Bud ta Co d Fi Bu m Bu Dr ee y ri ee itt lu an 72 st an B 72 rt st Co B 70 Co 167 st m HB m m sa Fir la Pa H m Di SB H 31 SENATOR Bryan W. Simonaire R 3 3 7 7 31 DELEGATE Don H. Dwyer, Jr. R 3 3 7 7 31 DELEGATE Nicholaus R. Kipke R 3 3 7 7 31 DELEGATE Steven R. Schuh R 3 3 7 7 32 SENATOR James E. DeGrange, Sr. D 7 7 3 7 32 DELEGATE Pamela G. Beidle D 7 7 3 7 It has and always will 32 DELEGATE Mary Ann E. Love D 7 7 3 3 be the voice of many 32 DELEGATE Theodore J. Sophocleus D 7 7 3 7 33 SENATOR Edward R. Reilly R 3 3 7 7 that makes a difference. 33A DELEGATE Tony McConkey R 3 3 7 7 We are a stronger 33A DELEGATE Cathleen M. Vitale R 3 3 7 7 union because of 33B DELEGATE Robert A. Costa R 3 3 7 7 34 SENATOR Nancy Jacobs R 3 3 7 7 the battles we fought. 34A DELEGATE Mary-Dulany James D NV 7 NV 7 —Clara Floyd 34A DELEGATE Glen Glass R 3 3 7 7 MSEA president 34B DELEGATE David D. Rudolph D 7 7 3 7 35 SENATOR Barry Glassman R 3 3 7 7 35A DELEGATE H. Wayne Norman, Jr. R 3 3 7 7 35A DELEGATE Donna M. Stifler R 3 3 7 7 35B DELEGATE Susan K. McComas R 3 3 7 7 36 SENATOR Edward J. Pipkin R 3 3 7 7 36 DELEGATE Jay A. Jacobs R 3 3 7 7 36 DELEGATE Stephen S. Hershey, Jr. R 3 3 7 7 36 DELEGATE Michael D. Smigiel, Sr. R 3 3 7 7 37 SENATOR Richard F. Colburn R 7 7 3 7 37A DELEGATE Rudolph C. Cane D 7 7 3 3 37B DELEGATE Adelaide C. Eckardt R 3 3 7 7 37B DELEGATE Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio R 3 3 7 7 38 SENATOR James N. Mathias, Jr. D 7 7 3 7 38A DELEGATE Charles J. Otto R 3 3 7 7 38B DELEGATE Norman H. Conway, Jr. D 7 7 3 7 38B DELEGATE Michael A. McDermott R 3 3 7 7 39 SENATOR Nancy J. King D 7 7 3 3 39 DELEGATE Charles E. Barkley D 7 7 3 3 39 DELEGATE Kirill Reznik D 7 7 3 3 39 DELEGATE A. Shane Robinson D 7 7 3 3 40 SENATOR Catherine E. Pugh D 7 7 3 3 40 DELEGATE Frank M. Conaway, Jr. D 7 7 3 3 40 DELEGATE Barbara A. Robinson D 7 7 3 3 40 DELEGATE Shawn Z. Tarrant D 7 7 3 38
  • 5. MSEA’s 2011 GEnErAl ASSEMbly rEport cArd r de : n ce :y e ay ms nfe ion dR n ea enc ea ay ea ea ren hir tio :n ms nce o t ms fer po • C ilia • T ilia ea e rt on ct nc Re Act onc po fer ay g A eco po C c Re on on itt cing t re Re Act rt : n cin t r me ee t C me rt ea nan ge ti m nan dge itt am itt dge ct na na ms d Fi Bud ta m Dre Co d Fi Bu m Bu ee y ri ee lu an 72 st an B 72 rt st Co B 70 Co 167 st m HB m sa Fir la Pa H mDi SB H41 SENATOR Lisa A. Gladden D 7 7 3 341 DELEGATE Jill P. Carter D 7 NV NV 341 DELEGATE Nathaniel T. Oaks D 7 7 3 341 DELEGATE Samuel I. Rosenberg D 7 7 3 3 Report Card Guide42 SENATOR James Brochin D 7 7 3 742 DELEGATE Susan L. M. Aumann R 3 3 7 7 HB House Bill42 DELEGATE William J. Frank R 3 3 7 7 SB Senate Bill42 DELEGATE Stephen W. Lafferty D 7 7 3 74343 SENATOR DELEGATE Joan Carter Curtis S. Conway Anderson D D 7 7 7 7 3 3 3 3 3 PASSED Legislator voted for MSEA’s position4343 DELEGATE DELEGATE Maggie L. Mary L. McIntosh Washington D D 7 7 7 7 3 3 3 3 7 FAilED Legislator voted against MSEA’s position44 SENATOR Verna Jones Rodwell D 7 7 3 3 NV Legislator did not vote44 DELEGATE Keith E. Haynes D 7 7 3 3 Absent Legislator excused44 DELEGATE Keiffer J. Mitchell, Jr. D 7 7 3 3 from voting44 DELEGATE Melvin L. Stukes D 7 7 3 345 SENATOR Nathaniel J. McFadden D 7 7 3 345 DELEGATE Talmadge Branch D 7 7 3 345 DELEGATE Cheryl D. Glenn D 7 7 3 345 DELEGATE Hattie N. Harrison D 7 7 3 346 SENATOR William C. Ferguson, IV D 7 7 3 346 DELEGATE Luke H. Clippinger D 7 7 3 346 DELEGATE Peter A. Hammen D 7 7 3 746 DELEGATE Brian K. McHale D 7 7 3 747 SENATOR Victor R. Ramirez D 7 7 3 347 DELEGATE Jolene Ivey D 7 7 3 347 DELEGATE Doyle L. Niemann D 7 7 3 347 DELEGATE Michael G. Summers D 7 7 3 3 Every legislator has a chance to improve or weaken their pro-public education credentials between now and 2014. 9
  • 6. MSEA’s 2011 GEnErAl ASSEMbly rEport cArd Take action. Get involved. Sign up online today! Legislators in Annapolis Here are some of organize a loBBy nighT or acTiviTy tell MSEA lobbyists over the best ways you Lobbying doesn’t take place and over again that they can get involved only in Annapolis. Lobbyingwant and need to hear from your state senator and geT More involveD delegates in your district members. Real life stories in your local makes an important impact associaTion from the classroom and Help your building representa- and is much closer to home! workplace illustrate better tive engage more members Join The Mseathan anything the struggles at your worksite, volunteer pals prograM for a committee or activity, or Become an MSEA PAL (Political educators face due to lack attend an event or a county Action Leader) and help elect of resources, overcrowded council meeting. Putting a face pro-public education and classrooms, the limits to the association is one of the educator candidates. best things you can do. imposed by standardized BecoMe a local testing, unfair evaluation Join a sTaTe legislaTive Msea pac capTain acTion TeaM Lead a PAC drive for MSEA’s practices, and more. Take your colleagues’ concerns Fund for Children and Public directly to your state senator Education in your building and delegates. Build important or local association. MSEA’s relationships and let them PAC helps give educators the know what’s happening in power to deliver our message your school. and influence elections. Join a congressional aTTenD caMpaign acTion TeaM school aT Msea’s Work with MSEA and NEA to suMMer Training series make sure that our representa- Learn the tools of a tives in Washington, D.C. stay successful campaign from informed about the state of MSEA’s Government Relations public education in Maryland. team, August 2-4 in Silver Spring. You’ll learn crucial WriTe leTTers To skills to help take your local The eDiTor association’s political Volunteer to write letters to organizing to the next level! the editor. MSEA can help get your words in print. Sign up online at www.marylandeducators.org/mobilize10

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