Delegate Jill P Carter
Democratic, District 41
Jill P. Carter is an American politician who represents the 41st district in the Maryland House of Delegates. She ran unsuccessfully in 2007's Baltimore mayoral election in a "business as usual" race, according to the Baltimore City Paper in an article profiling the candidates.
Carter is the daughter of the late Walter P. Carter, who was a civil rights activist and leader in the dese...
CapitolHouse Office Building, Room 317 6 Bladen StreetAnnapolis, MD 21401-1991Phone410-841-3283FAX410-841-3251
RolesHouse, session 2007-2010 House, session 2011-2014
News & Blog Coverage
"You Can't Equate Your Sin With My Skin"
Aug 9, 2012The parishioners at Bishop Harry Jackson Jr.'s Hope Christian Church in Prince George's County, Maryland, are an eclectic mix ... which is what the media has done," says Baltimore Delegate Jill Carter, who supports same-sex marriage rights.Mother Jones
Christopher Brown's mother continues to seek murder charges in teen's death
Aug 8, 2012In addition to continuing to pursue harsher charges, Neverdon said Chris Brown is working with Del. Jill P. Carter, a Baltimore Democrat, to craft legislation that would prohibit police departments from training officers to execute restraint ...Baltimore Sun
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HB 312Mammograms - Dense Breast Tissue - Notification
January 24, 2013
HB 191Procurement - Purchase of American Manufactured Goods
January 21, 2013
HB 380Income Tax - Joint Returns - Married Couples
January 25, 2013
HB 1055Evaluation of the Application of Minority Business Enterprise Program by the ...
February 7, 2013
HB 687Commission on Child Custody Decision Making
February 4, 2013
All By Industry
Democratic Candidate Committees$13,225.00
Democratic Candidate Contributions To Own Campaign$12,422.00
Attorneys & Law Firms$9,825.00
Top Individual Contributions
Davis, Gladstone D$5,000.00
Friends Of Doug Duncan$4,000.00
Interest Group Ratings
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|Animal Rights and Wildlife Issues||4|
|Civil Liberties and Civil Rights||3|
|Family and Children Issues||1|
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