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Senator Nancy Jacobs
Republican, District 34

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Nancy Jacobs (born October 27, 1951) is a Maryland State Senator representing District 34.

Nancy Jacobs was first elected to the Maryland State Senate in 1999 to represent District 34, which covers portions of Harford and Cecil County, Maryland. In 1998, she won the seat vacated by fellow Republican David R. Craig, who was the State Senator for District 34 for only 4 years. Jacobs won ...
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Office Addresses

  • Capitol

    James Senate Office Building, Room 403 11 Bladen Street
    Annapolis, MD 21401-1991
    Phone410-841-3158
    FAX410-841-3400

Roles

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

News & Blog Coverage

  • Committees Approve Gambling, Pit Bull Bills (wbal.com)
    Aug 9, 2012
    The ballot question language has to be finalized by the Maryland State Board of Elections ... with Republican Senators Nancy Jacobs and Joe Getty voting against the bill. Democratic Senator Jennie Forehand and Republican Senator Chris Shank were excused ...
    WBAL Radio
  • First day of second special session off to rocky start (baltimoresun.com)
    Aug 9, 2012
    Those who hoped the session revolving around a gambling bill — already a hot topic in Maryland — would last only two ... to get the trust of private businesses again," Sen. Nancy Jacobs wrote in an e-mail Thursday afternoon.
    Baltimore Sun

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Votes

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All By Industry

  • Unknown
    $498,534.00
  • Auto Dealers, New & Used
    $30,330.00
  • Republican Candidate Committees
    $19,694.00
  • Commercial Banks & Bank Holding Companies
    $17,986.00
  • Republican Party Committees
    $16,039.00
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Top Individual Contributions

  • Friends Of Harford Senators
    $6,167.00
  • Maryland Republican Legislators Cmte
    $6,000.00
  • Maryland Republican Legislators Cmte
    $4,000.00
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