[Photograph of State Senator] LARRY E. HAINES, Republican, District 5, Carroll County.

Member of Senate since 1991. Member, Judicial Proceedings Committee, 1992-; Executive Nominations Committee, 1995-; Joint Committee on the Management of Public Funds, 1999-; Special Committee on Substance Abuse, 2001-. Member, Economic and Environmental Affairs Committee, 1991; Advisory Commission on Federal-State-Local Relations, 1991-95; Joint Committee on Federal Relations, 1991-98. Chair, Carroll County Delegation, 1995-.

Member, Housing Study Committee, City of Westminster, 1974-80; Board of Zoning Appeals, City of Westminster, 1983-89. Member, Task Force to Study Comprehensive Licensing of Automotive-Related Industries, 1998. Born in Woodbine, Maryland, April 11, 1938. Attended Frederick Community College. Real estate broker and appraiser. Member, Carroll County Future of Agriculture Subcommittee. Member, Maryland Association of Realtors (legislative committee, 1986-90). Chair, Legislative Committee, Carroll County Association of Realtors, 1986-90. Member, American Association of Certified Appraisers; Carroll County Chamber of Commerce; National Federation of Independent Businesses. Director, Bank of Maryland Carroll County. Realtor of the Year, Carroll County Association of Realtors, 1975. Vice-Chair, Church Council, Church of the Open Door, Westminster. Married; four sons.

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