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ROBERT CHARLES BIGGY LONG, Democrat, Somerset County;
born in Westover, May 15, 1919. Attended Princess Anne public
schools; Valley Forge Military Academy, Wayne, Pa.; Beacom Busi-
ness College. Farmer, canner, and merchant. Served in U. S. Navy,
1942-45. President, Board of County Commissioners, Somerset County,
1954-68. Member, Farm Bureau; Tri-State Packers Association; Elks.
Past president, Princess Anne Lions Club. Member, American Legion;
V.F.W. Married. Member of the House of Delegates since 1959.
ERNEST A. LOVELESS, JR., Democrat, Prince George's County;
born in Washington, D. C„ November 29, 1922. Attended Prince
George's County public schools; University of Maryland, B.A., 1943;
George Washington University School of Law, LL.B., 1947, LL.M.,
1948. Member of the Maryland Bar. Served in the U. S. Navy, 1943-45;
has rank of Lieutenant, U. S. N. R. Attorney, Board of License Com-
missioners, Prince George's County, 1949-54. Member, Board of Di-
rectors, Farmers and Merchants Bank of Upper Marlboro. Member,
Young Democrats of Prince George's County; Prince George's County
Democratic Club; Young Men's Democratic Club of Prince George's
County. Past president, PTA. Member, Prince George's County
Chamber of Commerce; Southern Prince George's County Board of
Trade; Clinton Businessman's Association; Lions; Knights of Colum-
bus; Phi Delta Kappa; V. F. W. Past commander, American Legion.
Member of the House of Delegates since 1955.
THOMAS HUNTER LOWE, Democrat, Talbot County, born in Mc-
Daniel, January 8, 1928. Attended St. Michaels public schools; Balti-
more City College; Washington College, A.B., cum laude, 1952; Uni-
versity of Maryland Law School, LL.B., 1956. Admitted to the Mary-
land Bar, 1956. Town Attorney, St. Michaels. Served with the U. S.
Marine Corps, 1946-46. Member, American and Talbot County Bar
Associations. President, Young Democrats of Talbot County, 1967.
Regional Director, Young Democrats of Maryland, for the Eastern.
Shore, 1959. President, Easton Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1958.
Member, Elks; Lions; American Legion; V.F.W. Director and member,
Advisory Board of Talbot Football, Inc. Named Talbot County Man of
the Year, 1958. Married. Member 'of the House of Delegates since 1969.
H. KEMP MacDANIEL, Democrat, Baltimore County; born in Bal-
timore, June 3, 1921. Attended Catonsville public schools; University
of Maryland Law School, LL.B., 1951. Served in the U. S. Army in
World War II. Member, Patapsco Democratic Club; Young Democrats
of Baltimore County; Arbutus Community Association; Board of
Directors, Community Association of Wynnewood; V.F.W. Past dean,
past treasurer, and member, Board of Directors, Delta Theta Pi
Alumni Association. President, Hexagon Club; Rolling Road Pleasure
Club. Married. Member of the House of Delegates since 1959.
JOSEPH H. McELWEE, Democrat, Washington County; born in
Hagerstown, February 24, 1912. Attended Hagerstown public schools;
Pennsylvania State College. Dairyman. Served with U. S. Army during
World War II. Deputy Director of Civil Defense for Washington
County. Vice-president, Antietam Fire Company. Past president,
Washington County Fireman's Association. Member, Maryland and
District of Columbia Tech. Dairy Association; Chamber of Commerce;
Elks; Moose; Rotary; American Legion. Married. Member of the
House of Delegates, 1940-43, and since 1959. Chairman, Civilian De-
fense Committee, 1959 Session.
'Appointed to the House of Delegates, January 27, 1940, vice Harvey H. Miller,