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William Bronrott

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William Bronrott
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Maryland House of Delegates District 16
Former officeholder
In office
1999 - 2010
Term ends
Resigned office April 26, 2010
PartyDemocratic
Personal
Net worthPresident, Bronrott Communications
William Bronrott (b. June 30, 1955) was a Democratic member of the Maryland House of Delegates. He represented District 16 from January 13, 1999 until his resignation on April 26, 2010. He was serving as Deputy Majority Whip when he resigned.

Bronrott is President of Bronrott Communications. He previously worked as a Mediator for the Dispute Resolutions Program of District of Columbia Superior Court, and Press Secretary to United States Representative Michael D. Barnes.

Bronrott is co-founder of the Washington Regional Alcohol Program, and a member of the Governor's Work Group on Young Drivers, Maryland Veterans Caucus, Bicycle and Pedestrian Caucus, Maryland Green Caucus, and the Montgomery County Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee.[1]

Committee assignments

Bronrott was serving on the following committees when he resigned:

Elections

2006

On November 7, 2006, William Bronrott ran for District 16 of the Maryland House of Delegates, winning the third of three seats, losing to Marilyn Goldwater and Susan Lee but beating Robert Dyer, Angela Markelonis, and Mike Monroe. [2]

William Bronrott raised $46,310 for his campaign.[3]

Maryland House of Delegates, District 16
Candidates Votes Percent


Marilyn Goldwater (D) 33,249 25.1%
Susan Lee (D) 33,064 25.0%
William Bronrott (D) 33,004 25.0%
Robert Dyer (R) 11,504 8.7%
Angela Markelonis (R) 10,924 8.3%
Mike Monroe (R) 10,433 7.9%
Write-Ins 98 0.1%

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Political offices
Preceded by
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Maryland House of Delegates District 16
1999-April 26, 2010
Succeeded by
Karen Britto