James Brochin

James Brochin

James (Jim) Brochin (born February 22, 1964) is an American politician from Maryland and a member of the Democratic Party who makes a base salary of $43,500 a year and $142 a day. He is currently serving in his 3rd term in the Maryland State Senate, representing Maryland's District 42 in Baltimore County. In 2010 he was reelected as a Senator for another four years, the term of a Maryland Senator. During the 2010 campaign, he raised $344,316, had $131,245 on hand and spent $225,413 on his campaign, which was more than what James Rosapepe and Andrew (Andy) Harris spent on their campaigns.

On his website, he calls himself Maryland's most independent Senator. In a letter on his homepage, signed with his name at the bottom he explains the reason he still serves on the General Assembly. He writes: "Over the last 9 years, I have always voted my conscience placing my constituents’ best interests above anything else. As I promised 9 years ago, my votes have reflected fiscal conservatism combined with a great concern for protecting open space and saving the Chesapeake Bay. I continue to remain an independent thinker, placing policy before party."

Read more about James Brochin:  Background, Political Career, Legislative Career 2002-Present

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