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National Association of State Auditors, Comptrol-
lers and Treasurers for 1969. He is Chairperson of
the Board of Visitors and Governors of Washing-
ton College. He has also served as a delegate or
alternate to eleven Democratic National Conven-
tions, and was a member of the Platform and
Resolutions Committee at the 1964, 1968, 1972,
and 1976 conventions.

Morgan State University, Western Maryland
College, Washington College, and the University
of Baltimore have each awarded Mr. Goldstein
honorary doctorate degrees, and he has received
the President's Medal from Mt. St. Mary's College.
He also received the Financial Reporting Achieve-
ment Award from the Municipal Finance Officers
Association of the United States and Canada for
1981, 1982, and 1983, as well as additional awards
for his interest in education, historic preservation,
promotion of tourism, outstanding management,
and conservation.


Comptroller of the Treasury

Louis L. Goldstein was born in Prince Frederick,
March 14, 1913. He was educated in Baltimore
City and Calvert County public schools, Washing-
ton College, Chestertown, Maryland (B.S., 1935),
and the University of Maryland School of Law
(J.D., 1938). From 1937 to 1942 he was an elected
delegate from Calvert County to the Maryland
General Assembly. In 1942 he enlisted in the U. S.
Marine Corps as a private and was discharged in
1946 as a first lieutenant after service in the Asiatic
and Pacific theatres.

From 1947 through 1958 Mr. Goldstein was an
elected State Senator from Calvert County, and
during this time he was Majority Leader
(1951-1955) and President of the Senate
(1955-1958). He was a member of the Legislative
Council (1947-1958) and served as its Chairperson
between 1955 and 1958. In 1958 he was elected
Comptroller of the Treasury; he was reelected in
1962, 1966, 1970, 1974, 1978, and 1982.

Mr. Goldstein is married to the former Hazel E.
Horton and has three children, Philip, Louisa, and
Margaret Senate. Mr. and Mrs. Goldstein reside at
Oakland Hall, Prince Frederick, Maryland.

He and his wife have shared a legal practice in
Prince Frederick. He also operates several farms.
He is active in veterans, charitable, and civic
organizations. He served as the President of the


Attorney General

Stephen H. Sachs was born in Baltimore on
January 31, 1934. He attended Baltimore City
public schools, and high school at Baltimore
Friends School, graduating in 1950. He received a
B.A. degree from Haverford College in 1954, won
a Fulbright Scholarship to Oxford University, and
spent two years as an enlisted man in the U.S.
Army before graduating from Yale Law School in


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