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  Steffey, John W.
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AffiliationRepublican  
  1966-01-01  
 
NameJohn W. Steffey
Address Steffen Point
Annapolis, Maryland , United States
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Born May 29, 1925
DiedApril 03, 2020 (94 years)
ContributorThomas Walker
Last ModifedMr. Matt
Jan 26, 2021 05:09pm
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InfoAppointed to the State Senate, representing Anne Arundel County, in 1965, to replace State Sen. Joseph W. "Joe" Alton, Jr. -R, who had resigned to become Anne Arundel County Executive.

He was re-elected to the State Senate from District 6B in 1966.

He lost renomination to Anne Arundel County Executive/former State Sen. Joseph W. "Joe" Alton, Jr.-R in District 6B in the 1970 Republican primary.

Biography circa 1965:

JOHN W. STEFFEY, Republican, Anne Arundel County; born in
Baltimore, May 29, 1925. Attended McDonogh School; U. S. Coast
Guard Academy, B.S., 1946; Massachusetts Institute of Technology;
The Johns Hopkins University. Real estate broker and builder. Served
with the U. S. Coast Guard, 1943-49. Member, Charter Commission,
City of Baltimore. Member, Republican State Central Committee for
Anne Arundel County. District Chairman and member, Republican
State Central Committee. Past president, Maryland Real Estate As-
sociation. Officer and director, Maryland Home Builders Association.
Member, Annapolis Yacht Club; Baltimore Country Club; Center
Club; Merchants Club. Married. Member of the Senate since 1965.

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  11/08/1966 MD State Senate 06B Won 51.44% (+2.87%)
  01/31/1965 MD State Senate - Anne Arundel County Appointment Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  07/01/1964 US President - R Primaries Lost 0.37% (-37.91%)
  05/19/1964 MD US President - R Primary Lost 22.59% (-35.58%)
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