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Councilwoman Cathy Bevins' Biography


Sixth District Councilwoman Cathy Bevins was born and raised on the Eastside of Baltimore County. She currently resides in the community of Middle River with her husband of 29 years and has four grown children that all attended Baltimore County Public Schools.  Councilwoman Bevins enjoys spending time in her community and the company of her friends and family, especially her grandchildren. Prior to her election to the Baltimore County Council, Councilwoman Bevins served her community for over 25 years through her children's PTA groups, church based outreach, homeless outreach and community advocacy. She also served for six years as the Constituent Services Coordinator in the Office of former County Executive, James T. Smith, Jr., assisting the residents of the eastside of Baltimore County. In her role as Constituent Services Coordinator, she personally assisted over 5000 eastside residents resolving a variety of issues on the local, state and federal levels.  Constituent service remains her priority. Councilwoman Bevins has handled over 8,000 constituent issues since taking office. In addition to her advocacy on behalf of the communities she represents on the County Council, Councilwoman Bevins was appointed to serve as the Baltimore County representative on the Legislative committee for the Maryland Association of Counties (MACo). Councilwoman Bevins ran for Baltimore County Delegate in the 2016 presidential election for Hilary Clinton and won with over 50,000 votes.  Councilwoman Bevins was recently elected to her third term in office and has served as Council Chair three terms. The first woman on the council to do so.


Revised February 24, 2021

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