Number of people in prison from each Maryland state senate district

Number of people in prison from each Maryland State Senate district.
Senate Districts Senator Name, 2015 Number of people in state prison from district, 2010
1 George C. Edwards 157
2 Andrew A. Serafini 508
3 Ronald N. Young 195
4 Michael J. Hough 89
5 Justin D. Ready 177
6 Johnny Ray Salling 591
7 J.B. Jennings 244
8 Katherine A. Klausmeier 242
9 Gail H. Bates 43
10 Delores G. Kelley 312
11 Robert A. (Bobby) Zirkin 125
12 Edward J. Kasemeyer 222
13 Guy Guzzone 97
14 Karen S. Montgomery 74
15 Brian J. Feldman 45
16 Susan C. Lee 4
17 Cheryl Kagan 91
18 Richard S. Madaleno, Jr. 74
19 Roger Manno 71
20 Jamin B. (Jamie) Raskin 95
21 James C. Rosapepe 108
22 Paul G. Pinsky 215
23 Douglas J. J. Peters 122
24 Joanne C. Benson 348
25 Ulysses Currie 297
26 C. Anthony Muse 278
27 Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr. 234
28 Thomas M. Middleton 336
29 Stephen Waugh 253
30 John C. Astle 225
31 Bryan W. Simonaire 252
32 James E. DeGrange, Sr. 181
33 Edward R. Reilly 90
34 Bob Cassilly 390
35 H. Wayne Norman, Jr. 227
36 Stephen S. Hershey, Jr. 302
37 Adelaide C. Eckardt 726
38 James N. Mathias, Jr. 328
39 Nancy J. King 118
40 Catherine E. Pugh 1,855
41 Lisa A. Gladden 1,185
42 James Brochin 93
43 Joan Carter Conway 1,096
44 Shirley Nathan-Pulliam 1,167
45 Nathaniel J. McFadden 1,779
46 William C. Ferguson IV 1,031
47 Victor R. Ramirez 294

Sources and methodology

Senate Districts
This is the state senate districts as drawn in 2012.
Senator Name, 2015
This is the incumbent senator as of January 2015.
Number of people in state prison from district, 2010
See the methodology section of the report for how we calculated how many people were in state prison in 2010 from areas that became a part of this district in 2012.


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  • Feb 21, 2019:
    Volunteer Attorney Stephen Raher will be presenting his paper “The Company Store and the Literally Captive Market: Consumer Law in Prisons and Jails” at the Consumer Law Conference at Berkeley Law School. The paper will be presented and discussed at 4:00pm.

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