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JAMES E. PROCTOR, JR., Democrat, District 27A, Prince George's County.

Member of House of Delegates since 1990. House Chair, Joint Committee on Pensions, 1995-. Member, Appropriations Committee, 1992- (chair, oversight committee on pensions; vice-chair, education & economic development subcommittee; member, capital budget subcommittee; member, oversight committee on program open space & agricultural preservation); Joint Committee on Health Care Delivery and Financing, 1993-. Member, Environmental Matters Committee, 1990-92. Vice-Chair, Prince George's County Delegation (member & past chair, county affairs committee).

Vice-Chair and member, Landlord-Tenant Commission, Prince George's County, 1982-85. Member, U.S. 301 South Corridor Transportation Study Task Force, 1994-96; Task Force on Education Funding Equity, Accountability, and Partnerships, 1997-.

Born in Washington, DC, June 14, 1936. Attended Dunbar High School, Washington, DC. Served in U.S. Air Force, 1961-62, 1968. Bowie State College, B.S., 1969, M.Ed., 1972. Educator. Virology research technician, National Institutes of Health (10 years). Principal, Prince George's County School System (17 years). President, Cedarville Citizens Association (12 years). Member, governing body, Southern Maryland Health Systems Agency, Prince George's County, 1980-82. Member, National Education Association; Maryland State Teachers Association; Prince George's Educators Association; Association of School-Based Administrators and Supervisors. Married; two children.

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