District 2: C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger

Age: 64<br>
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Party affiliation: Democrat<br>
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Education: Baltimore City College; <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="OREDU0000156" title="University of Maryland, College Park" href="/topic/education/colleges-universities/university-of-maryland-college-park-OREDU0000156.topic">University of Maryland</a> <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100615030000" title="College Park (Prince George's, Maryland)" href="/topic/us/maryland/prince-georges-county/college-park-%28prince-georges-maryland%29-PLGEO100100615030000.topic">College Park</a>; University of Baltimore School of Law<br>
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Experience: assistant state's attorney; two-term member of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100603000000" title="Baltimore County" href="/topic/us/maryland/baltimore-county-PLGEO100100603000000.topic">Baltimore County</a> Council; two-term Baltimore County executive (1994-2002); member of Congress (elected in 2002).<br>
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Quote/top issue: "America is starting to come out of the worst recession in half a century. We must continue to pass legislation that gives businesses incentives to create jobs for Americans, purchase new equipment, and expand. I also work hard to keep our country safe, preserve the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLREC000053" title="Chesapeake Bay" href="/topic/us/maryland/chesapeake-bay-PLREC000053.topic">Chesapeake</a> Bay, strengthen our education system, ensure seniors have access to affordable prescription drugs, take care of our active military personnel and veterans, and fund road and transit improvements."

( DAVID HOBBY, Baltimore Sun / June 29, 2007 )

Age: 64

Party affiliation: Democrat

Education: Baltimore City College; University of Maryland College Park; University of Baltimore School of Law

Experience: assistant state's attorney; two-term member of Baltimore County Council; two-term Baltimore County executive (1994-2002); member of Congress (elected in 2002).

Quote/top issue: "America is starting to come out of the worst recession in half a century. We must continue to pass legislation that gives businesses incentives to create jobs for Americans, purchase new equipment, and expand. I also work hard to keep our country safe, preserve the Chesapeake Bay, strengthen our education system, ensure seniors have access to affordable prescription drugs, take care of our active military personnel and veterans, and fund road and transit improvements."

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