Carolyn Krysiak

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Carolyn Krysiak
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Maryland House of Delegates District 46
Former member
Term in office began
January 9, 1991
Term in office ended
January 12, 2011
Political party Democratic
Profession Legislator
Carolyn Krysiak (b. August 9, 1939) was a Democratic member of the Maryland House of Delegates. She represented District 46 from January 9, 1991 to January 12, 2011, serving as Majority Caucus Leader.

Krysiak has worked as Supervisor of the Baltimore City Department of Finance from 1979-2000, Owner of Krysiaks, Incorporated from 1979-1983, and an Accounting Assistant with Waverly Press, Williams and Wilkins Publishers from 1959-1966.

Krysiak is a member of the Saint Vincent DePaul Society Board, Board Chair of the Southeast Community Development Corporation, Trustee of the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, and a member of the Women Legislators of Maryland, Southeast Community Development Board, Bayview Community Association, and Polish Women's Alliance.[1]

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Elections

2010

Krysiak did not seek re-election in 2010.

2006

On November 7, 2006, Carolyn Krysiak ran for District 46 of the Maryland House of Delegates, winning the second of three seats, losing to Peter Hammen but beating Brian McHale, and Peter Kimos.[2]

Carolyn Krysiak raised $31,764 for her campaign.[3]

Maryland House of Delegates, District 46
Candidates Votes Percent
Peter Hammen (D) 15,883 29.6%
Carolyn Krysiak (D) 15,856 29.6%
Brian McHale (D) 15,542 29.0%
Peter Kimos (R) 6,219 11.6%
Write-Ins 154 0.3%

Retirement

After almost 20 years in the House of Delegates, Krysiak decided not to seek another term in 2010. She plans to focus more on tasks like her chairmanship of Baltimore's Southeast Community Development Corp. and her seat on the board of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.[4]

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Preceded by
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Maryland House of Delegates District 46
1991–January 12, 2011
Succeeded by
Luke Clippinger