Information on
Representative Elijah E. Cummings

of Congressional District number 7 of Maryland

[Elijah E. Cummings]
Extended Contact Information Political Profile
DC Address:The Honorable Elijah E. Cummings
United States House of Representatives
2235 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515-2007
DC Phone:202-225-4741
DC Fax:202-225-3178
Email Address:http://www.house.gov/writerep/
WWW Homepage:http://www.house.gov/cummings

District Offices:
    1010 Park Avenue, Suite 105
Baltimore, MD 21201
Voice: 410-685-9199
FAX: 410-685-9399
to Baltimore office from Google Maps
    Ellicott Mills Post Office, Room 102
8267 Main Street
Ellicott City, MD 21043-8267
Voice: 410-465-8259
FAX: 410-465-8740
to Ellicott City office from Google Maps
    754 Frederick Road
Catonsville, MD 21228-4504
Voice: 410-719-8777
FAX: 410-455-0110
to Catonsville office from Google Maps

Party:Democrat
Leadership:None
Freshman:No
Voting History:Click here   NEW
First Elected To Office:April 16, 1996
Year of Next Election:November 7, 2006
Previous Political Work:Maryland General Assembly, 1983-Present
Speaker Pro Tem - House of Delegates, 1995.Sworn in on April 25, 1996.;
Committee Membership:
   House Committee on Government Reform - 8
    Subcommittee on Criminal Justice Drug Policy and Human Resources - Ranking Minority Member
    Subcommittee on Federal Workforce and Agency Organization - 4
House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure - 12
    Subcommittee on Highways Transit and Pipelines - 6
    Subcommittee on Railroads - 5
Joint Economic Committee - 10

Office Staff Personal Bio
Chief of Staff:Vernon Simms
Scheduler:Deborah Perry
Legislative Director: Kimberly Ross
Press Secretary: Devika Koppikar
Gender:Male
Hometown:Baltimore, MD
Birth:On January 18, 1951
in Baltimore, MD
Professional Experience
(including Military):
Attorney for 18 years (partner at Cummings and Dashiell).;
Education:BA, Howard University, 1973;JD, University of Maryland Law School, 1976.;
Organizational Memberships:Founder of Maryland Bootcamp Aftercare Program, 1991;New Palmist Baptist Church
Chair-Governor's Commission on Black Males 1990-Present.;
Family:Separated
Faith:Not Available

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