Dolores Balderamos-García (b. 1957) is a Belizean politician and a member of the People's United Party. She was nominated to the Senate in 1993 and the House of Representatives in 1998, representing Port Loyola in Belize City. She has again been appointed to the Senate since 2003.
Balderamos-García is an attorney by trade. As of 2006, she is ambassador and special envoy for children and people with HIV/AIDS. In her spare time she is an enthusiast of jazz music and hosts a jazz music show on local radio station LOVE FM.
Balderamos-García attended St. Catherine's Elementary School, St. Catherine's Academy and St. John's College Sixth Form, followed by Viterbo University, in La Crosse, Wisconsin, and Norman Manley Law School in Jamaica.
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