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Senator James N Robey
Democratic, District 13

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Wikipedia Bio

James N. Robey (born January 18, 1941) is a member of the Maryland Senate.

Robey was born in Baltimore, and raised in the small Howard County mill town of Daniels, once located on the banks of the Patapsco River.

He attended Howard High School and graduated with the class of 1959. Robey holds a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Maryland University Coll...
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Office Addresses

  • Capitol

    James Senate Office Building, Room 120 11 Bladen Street
    Annapolis, MD 21401
    Phone410-841-3572
    FAX410-841-3455

Roles

Senate, session 2007-2010 Senate, session 2011-2014

News & Blog Coverage

  • NRDC 'Toxic 20' List Reveals States With Worst Power Plant Polluters (huffingtonget.com)
    Aug 9, 2012
    Alabama and Mississippi -- supported a resolution by Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., to repeal the health-protective mercury and air toxics standard." Maryland ranked 19th, an improvement from fifth place the year before. Delaware rose one spot from ...
    Huffington Post
  • Joel Peebles Officially Starts City of Praise Church Ministries (afro.com)
    Aug 9, 2012
    Young of Holy Christian House of Praise in N.E. Washington, hinted at the firestorm that ... Anthony Muse of Ark of Safety Christian Church in Upper Marlboro, who is also a Maryland state senator. During that ceremony, the two bishops took ...
    Afro American Newspaper

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Votes

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All By Industry

  • Unknown
    $207,814.00
  • Democratic Candidate Committees
    $20,250.00
  • Attorneys & Law Firms
    $14,650.00
  • Real Estate Developers & Subdividers
    $12,475.00
  • State & Local Govt Employee Unions
    $8,150.00
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Top Individual Contributions

  • Robey, James
    $45,000.00
  • Maryland Trial Lawyers Association
    $6,000.00
  • Friends Of Jim Smith
    $6,000.00
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