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Robert Patrick Duckworth (R)
Age: 64
Residence: Crofton., MD
Education: BS in Political Science from Catholic University of America, Washington, DC; MA in Urban Planning from Catholic University of America, Washington, DC
Occupation: Clerk of the Circuit Court, Anne Arundel County.
Office Sought: U.S. House -- Maryland District 3 

       
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Extra-curricular activities:
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Anne Arundel County, 1994-2004; member, past president, Crofton Civic Association; former board member, Bowie Health Center; former member, YMCA of Anne Arundel County; member, past secretary, Crofton Kiwanis Club; member, Crofton Chamber of Commerce; former assistant scoutmaster, Crofton Boy Scout Troop 115; former coach, Crofton Interleague baseball, basketball.

Why should voters elect you?
"I'll build a future for the next generation as a citizen legislator with fiscal common sense, not as a tax-raising career congressman like the incumbent."

What do you think is the most urgent problem facing your jurisdiction?
"Maryland's 3rd Congressional District lacks a congressman dedicated to building a future for the next generation. It lacks a congressman in touch with constituent hopes and dreams, like secure jobs and retirement prospects; a tax-friendly business climate; access to quality and equal education, especially in Baltimore; affordable health insurance and housing; and a clean Chesapeake Bay. It lacks a congressman who will protect taxpayers, preserve families and promote small businesses. The incumbent, in office 18 years, holds on to big government as the solution rather than the problem in serving our constituents."
Web site: www.DuckworthforCongress.com
Email address: None given.



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