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Maryland Manual, 1977-78
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TOMMIE BROADWATER, JR.. Democrat, District 25; born in
Washington, D.C., June 9, 1942. Attended Prince George's
County public schools; Southeastern University. Bail bondsman
and businessman. Member, Prince George's County Democratic
State Central Committee, 1970-74; Glenarden Town Council,
1968-73. Member, Maryland Blue Law Commission, 1974. Mem-
ber, Ploughman and Fisherman Democratic Club; N.A.A.C.P.;
Prince George's Chamber of Commerce; D.C. Chamber of Com-
merce; Boys and Girls Club of Glenarden; Y.M.C.A.; Bonds-
men's Association; PTA. Married Member of the Senate since
JOHN CARROLL BYRNES. Democrat, District 44; born in Balti-
more, September 1, 1939. Attended Baltimore City parochial
schools; Loyola College, B.S., 1961; University of Georgia; The
Johns Hopkins University; University of Maryland School of
Law, J.D., 1966. Admitted to the Maryland Bar. 1966. Served in
the U.S. Army. Delegate, Constitutional Convention of Maryland,
1967-1968. Chairman, Mayor's Advisory Committee on Herring
Run. Member, Commission to Revise Landlord-Tenant Laws;
Citizens Commission on Maryland Government. Member, Ameri-
can, Maryland and Baltimore City Bar Associations; Citizens'
Commission on Maryland Government. Member, Advisory Board,
Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc. Former vice president Loyola Col-
lege Alumni Association. Married. Member of the Senate since
1971. Chairman, Legislative Council Special Committee on Real
Estate Practices. Chairman, Maryland Commission on Intergov-
ernmental Cooperation.
JOHN A. CADE. Republican, District 33; horn in Charleston,
S.C, July 2, 1929. Attended Ohio parochial schools; Xavier Uni-
versity, B.S., 1953; Northwestern University, M.B.A., 1954; Uni-
versity of Maryland Law School. Professional business manager.
Served in the U.S. Marine Corps, 1946-48, 1951-52. Member,
Anne Arundel County Charter Board, 1962-63. Member, Anne
Arundel County Council, 1965-70. Member, Commission to
Study the State's Role in Financing Public Education. Received
Distinguished Service Award, Glen Burnie Jaycees, 1963. Married.
Member of the Senate since 1975.
JAMES CLARK, JR., Democrat, District 14; born in Ellicott City,
December 19, 1918. Attended Ellicott City public schools; Iowa
State University, B.S., 1941. Farmer. Served in the U.S. Air
Force, 1941-45. Former Howard County Soil Conservation Dis-
trict Supervisor. First Vice President, Constitutional Convention
of Maryland, 1967-68. Member, Rotary; V.F.W. Married. Mem-
ber of the House of Delegates, 1959-63. Member of the Senate
since 1963. Chairman, Agriculture and Natural Resources Com-
mittee, 1963-66. Chairman, Executive Nominations Committee,
1967-71. Vice Chairman, Finance Committee, 1971-75. Member,
Legislative Council now Legislative Policy Committee since 1971.
Chairman, Finance Committee, 1975 Session.

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