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E.J. Pipkin (R)
Age: 48
Residence: Queen Anne's County., MD
Education: BBA in Business from Roanoke College, Roanoke, VA; MBA in Business from University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
Occupation: State Senator
Office Sought: U.S. Senate -- Maryland  

       
Quarterly Campaign Finance Information

Cash on Hand:
$83,351

Total Receipts:
$701,910

Total Disbursements:
$618,559

Date of Last Report:
6/30/2004

Extra-curricular activities:
Member, Maryland Senate, 2003-present; chairman, Task Force on Broadband Communications Deployment in Underserved Rural Areas; member, Task Force to Study Efficiency in Procurement (chairman, efficiency subcommittee); member, Task Force on the Marketing of Grain and Other Agricultural Products; member, Bainbridge Development Advisory Board; member, Tri-County Council for the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland; member, Sons of the American Legion; past secretary, Citizens Against Open Bay Dumping.

Why should voters elect you?
"As U.S. senator, I will continue to fight for more jobs, improved education, better health care for our seniors and a cleaner, healthier Chesapeake Bay."

What do you think is the most urgent problem facing your jurisdiction?
"Growing up in Dundalk, the son of an electrician and cafeteria worker, and raising my own family here in Maryland, I live the experiences so many Maryland working families face every day. We must lower taxes for working families, create new jobs and opportunities, increase drug benefits for our seniors, make sure our children receive the best education possible and work hard to protect the health of the Chesapeake Bay. As a state senator I am fighting for these things every day in the Maryland General Assembly."
Web site: http://www.pipkinforsenate.com
Email address: ej@pipkinforsenate.com



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