John Stafford (US politician)

John Stafford (US Politician)

John Stafford (US politician)

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John Stafford is an American politician and member of the Republican party from Maryland. He was the Chief Administrative Law Judge for the U.S. Department of the Interior in the first Reagan administration and was a candidate for Senate District 21 in the Maryland congressional elections, 2006. He currently resides in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.


John Stafford was born December 18, 1940 at Parris Island, SC, of a Marine Corps family. His paternal ancestors were Irish Catholic migrants from County Wexford, and claim links to the Dukes of Buckingham. His maternal ancestors were from Sweden and Bohemia.

Stafford was educated at the University of Maryland, College Park where he was Treasurer of the SGA, serving with now-U.S. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer who was elected VP on that same ballot. He also wrote the column "Cloakroom Caucus" for the Diamondback daily newspaper, was Editor-in-Chief of the "M-Book", and was Associate Editor of the "Terrapin", and was a DJ for 4 years on WMUC with his 4 hour every Sunday evening show, playing pop and folk, and the early R&B songs on 45's and LP's of those earliest singers, most of whom are now in the R&B Hall of Fame in Cleveland. Stafford met and knew many of those early pioneer artists---Ruthie Brown, The Platters, The Drifters, etc.---personally, from the Casino Royale in downtown DC in the 1950s, and their other dates and concerts, as well as Joan Baez and Ian and Sylvia and...
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