Executive Nominations Committee, Maryland State Senate
|Maryland State Senate|
Per Senate Rule 18, committees in the Maryland State Senate are appointed by the President of the Senate at the beginning of each session of the Maryland General Assembly. The President is responsible for appointing chairs and vice chairs, and referring bills and resolutions to a committee. The Senate may suspend the rules to consider a bill or resolution with reference to a committee, provided that each member is given a copy. A member of a standing committee whose main function is to consider legislation may not serve as a member of another such standing committee.
See rules: The text of the Senate rules is not available electronically, but can be found in the print version of the Senate Journal. Rules 18 and 33 have been reproduced for Ballotpedia by request, and can be found here. For more information, contact the Department of Legislative Services.
This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.
|“|| The Executive Nominations Committee formed in January 1845.
For all appointments made by the Governor which require Senate advice and consent, the Committee reviews and interviews gubernatorial appointees. The Committee then reports its recommendations on those nominations to the Senate.
- James DeGrange, Sr. Vice Chair
- Richard Colburn
- Donald Munson
- David Brinkley
- Larry Haines
- Katherine Klausmeier
- Allan Kittleman
- Delores Kelley
- Thomas Mike Miller, Jr.
- Thomas Mac Middleton
- Richard Colburn
- Joan Carter Conway
- Nathaniel McFadden
- Maryland State Archives, "Executive Nominations Committee - Origin & Functions," accessed January 22, 2014
- Maryland State Archives, "The Legislative Process: How a Bill Becomes a Law," accessed January 22, 2014
- Information submitted by legislative librarian Annette Haldeman via email to a Ballotpedia staffer on February 11, 2014.