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D. Bruce Poole Delegate District 2B In office January, 1987 – January, 1999 Succeeded by Christopher B. Shank Personal details Born June 17, 1959 (1959-06-17) (age 52) Hagerstown, Maryland Political party Democratic Contents 1 Background 2 Education 3 Career 4 Election results 5 References 6 External links Background Bruce Poole is a former member of the Maryland House of Delegates representing District 2B, which covers Washington County, MD. He was defeated in 1999 by Republican Christopher Shank. Poole was first elected to office in 1986 when he defeated Republican Ronald J. Stansbury for the seat in District 3A. In 1990, he captured 95% of the vote to maintain his seat.[1] In 1994, Poole narrowly won reelection by defeating Republican Richard D. Wiles by 66 votes. Education Poole was born and raised in Washington County. He attended North Hagerstown High School. In 1981 he received his B.A. from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia. He briefly attended the University of Melbourne before getting his J.D. from Washington and Lee in 1985. Career Poole was admitted to the Maryland Bar in 1985 and served as a trial lawyer for several years. He was the Secretary of the Washington County Bar Association in 1986 and served as the first president of the United Democratic Club of Washington County. In 1981, Poole was the recipient of the Rotary International Graduate Fellowship. He was the co-author of the Best Brief in Nation, Jessup International Moot Court Competition in 1984. Election results 1998 Race for Maryland State Senate – District 2B[2] Voters to choose one: Name Votes Percent Outcome Christopher B. Shank, Rep. 4,873   51%    Won D. Bruce Poole 4,626   49%    Lost 1994 Race for Maryland State Senate – District 2B[3] Voters to choose one: Name Votes Percent Outcome D. Bruce Poole, Dem. 4,219   50%    Won Richard D. Wiles 4,143   50%    Lost References ^ .[1] ^ "House of Delegates Results". Maryland State Board of Elections. http://www.elections.state.md.us/elections/1998/results_1998/gahod.html.  Retrieved on Sept, 01 2007 ^ "House of Delegates Results". Maryland State Board of Elections. http://www.elections.state.md.us/elections/1994/results_1994/gahod.html.  Retrieved on Sept, 01 2007 External links http://archive1.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/mdmanual/06hse/former/html/msa12294.html v · d · eGovernment of Maryland Executive Governor (List) • Lt. Governor • Secretary of State • Agriculture • Education • Environment • Health & Mental Hygiene • Housing & Community Development • Labor, Licensing & Regulation • Natural Resources • Transportation Legislative General Assembly • Senate (Members, President) • House of Delegates (Members, Speaker) Judicial Court of Appeals (Judges) • Court of Special Appeals Constitutional offices Comptroller • Treasurer • Attorney General • Board of Public Works Independent agencies Maryland Commission on Human Relations • Maryland Insurance Administration • Maryland Lottery • Maryland Office of Administrative Hearings • Maryland Public Service Commission • Maryland State Commission on Criminal Sentencing Policy Persondata Name Poole, D. Bruce Alternative names Short description Date of birth June 17, 1959 Place of birth Hagerstown, Maryland Date of death Place of death