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state legislator

Tony McConkey was first elected to serve in the Maryland House of Delegates in 2002, taking the seat of former Delegate Janet Greenip, who ran for a State Senate seat.


McConkey, Tony was born on November 21, 1963 in Cheverly, Maryland, United States.


Bachelor in Government & Political, University Maryland, College Park, 1986. Bachelor of Science in Business Management, University Maryland, College Park, 1986. Juris Doctor, University Maryland, College Park, 1990.


McConkey serves in District 33, which is located in Anne Arundel County Maryland. He serves along with fellow Republican Cathy Vitale. Born in Cheverly, Maryland, November 21, 1963.

University of Maryland, College Park, B.A. (government & politics), 1986. B.S. (business management), 1986. University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1990.

Real estate broker. Property manager, Aegis Management. Member, Anne Arundel County Republican Central Committee, 1995-2002. Delegate, Republican Party National Convention, 2008.

Member, Lions Club, Knights of Columbus. Married; three children. In addition to serving as a delegate, McConkey is also a real estate broker and property manager for Sell DC Real Estate.

In 1995, McConkey agreed to be disbarredMcConkey fought in March 2007 to allow for an elected school board in Anne Arundel County. However, a bill was passed that allowed the Governor to select the members from a list. McConkey and Warren Miller were the only dissenting votes.

Another issue that McConkey advocates is limiting privileges for illegal immigrants. He co-sponsored a bill in the House, similar to the one submitted by State Senator Greenip that would require driver's license applicants to prove they are citizens of the United States. Currently, Maryland is one of several states that does not demand proof of citizenship to obtain a driver's license.

McConkey's real estate license was suspended in 2010 after he pleaded guilty to violating laws that protect homeowners during foreclosure. In 2013, he was reprimanded by the House for introducing legislation that would have personally benefited him. 2006 Race for Maryland House of Delegates – 33rd District, Division AVoters to choose two:2002 Race for Maryland House of Delegates – 33rd District, Division AVoters to choose two:1998 Race for Maryland House of Delegates – 30th DistrictVoters to choose three:1994 Race for Maryland House of Delegates – District 22AVoters to choose two:.


  • He won reelection in 2006.


As a member of the Republican Party in the Maryland House of Delegates, he serves as Ranking Member on the House Appropriations Committee.