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Former Caucus Chair

Arthur King

1970-1972

Founding member, Maryland Legislative Black Caucus; Chair, 1970-1972.

First African American elected to Maryland General Assembly from Prince George’s County.

Lloyal Randolph

The second chairman of the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland.

Chairman, Democratic National Committee for Maryland Minorities Division for Franklin D. Roosevelt’s fourth term, Harry S. Truman and Adlai E. Stevenson campaigns.

Robert L. Douglass

Chair, Maryland Legislative Black Caucus

from 1976-77 then again from 1978-80 (after the passing of Arthur Murphy, Sr.)

Member of Senate, 1975-82.

Arthur Murphy

Chairman of the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland in 1978.

Frank Conaway

Black Caucus Chair from 1981-1982

Member, House of Delegates, representing District 40 (Baltimore City), 1979-83.

Clarence Blount

Black Caucus Chair from 1984-86

Majority Leader, 1983-2003

Chair, Education, Health and Environmental Affairs Committee, 1987-2003

Elijah E. Cummings

Black Caucus Chair from 1984-1985

Member of U.S. House of Representatives since April 1996

Decatur Trotter

Chairman of the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland from 1986-1988.

Curtis Anderson

Black Caucus Chair from 1988-1990

Chair of the Baltimore City Delegation

Clarence Blount

Black Caucus Chair from 1984-86

Majority Leader, 1983-2003

Chair, Education, Health and Environmental Affairs Committee, 1987-2003

Christine Jones

Black Caucus Chair from 1990-92

Assistant majority floor leader and a member of the Economic Matters Committee

John Jefferies

Chairman of the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland from 1992-94