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 DE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

The DE House of Representatives is composed of 41 members, each of whom is elected to a two year term. Democrats currently hold 26 of these seats and 15 are held by Republicans. There is no limit to the number of terms that a Representative may serve. 

  • To learn more about the DE House of Representatives click here
  • To access a down-loadable contact list of the DE House of Representatives see document listed below.

DE STATE SENATE

The DE State Senate is composed of 21 members, each of whom is elected to a four-year term, except when reapportionment occurs at which time Senators may be elected to a two-year term. Democrats currently hold 14 of these seats and 7 are held by Republicans. There is no limit to the number of terms that a Senator may serve. 

  • To learn more about the DE State Senate click here.
  • To access a down-loadable contact list of the DE State Senates see document listed below.

DE GOVERNOR

The governor serves a four-year term. The governor may serve any number of terms, but he or she cannot serve more than two terms in a row. Governor Markell was elected in 2009 and is currently serving his first term.

  • To connect with DE Governor Jack Markell click here

MD STATE REPRESENTATIVES

U.S. Representatives from the state of Maryland are comprised of one from each of the state's eight congressional districts.

  • To access a down-loadable contact list of the MD State Representatives see document listed below.

MD STATE SENATORS

There are 47 Md State Senators, one to represent each district.

  • To access a down-loadable contact list of the MD State Senators see document listed below.

MD GOVERNOR

The governor serves a four-year term.  The governor may serve any number of terms, but he or she cannot serve more than two terms in a row.  Governor O'Malley was reelected in 2010 and is currently serving his second term.

  • To connect with MD Governor Martin O'Malley click here