PETER A. BOZICK, Democrat, District 27. Born in New York, N.Y. Attended
Baltimore City and Baltimore County parochial and public schools; University of
Maryland, B.S.; The Johns Hopkins University; University of Baltimore School of
Law. Commissioner and chairman of Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission,
1965—1970. Member, Prince George's Community Goals Committee; Prince
George's County Charter Advisory Committee. Member, White House News
Photographers and White House Correspondents Associations; numerous civic, fra-
ternal, and social organizations; Veterans of Foreign Wars; Disabled American
Veterans. Married. Member of the House of Delegates, 1971. Member of the Senate
since 1971. District office: 5606 Lansing Drive, Camp Springs 20031; tel. 423-3800.
Annapolis office: 204 James Bldg., 21401; tel. 269-3615.
TOMMIE BROADWATER, JR., Democrat, District 25. Born in Washington, D.C.,
June 9, 1942. Attended Prince George's County public schools; Southeastern Univer-
sity. Bail bondsman and businessman. Member, Prince George's County Democratic
State Central Committee, 1970-1974; Glenarden Town Council, 1968-1973.
Member, Maryland Blue Law Commission, 1974. Member, Ploughman and Fisher-
man Democratic Club; NAACP; Prince George's Chamber of Commerce; D.C.
Chamber of Commerce; Boys and Girls Club of Glenarden; Y.M.C.A.; Bondsmen's
Association; P.T.A. Married. Member of the Senate since 1975. District office: 5611
Landover Road, Hyattsville 20784; tel. 277-7500. Annapolis office: 215 James Bldg.,
21401; tel. 269-3953.
JOHN CARROLL BYRNES, Democrat, District 44. Born in Baltimore, September
1, 1939. Attended Baltimore City parochial schools; Loyola College, B.S., 1961; Uni-
versity of Georgia; The Johns Hopkins University; University of Maryland School of
Law, J.D., 1966. President, Student Bar Association (1965 -1966); Outstanding
Young Man of the Year, Baltimore Jaycees. 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, Commis-
sion to Revise Landlord-Tenant Laws; member, Governing Body, Central Maryland
Health Systems Agency, 1975 -1977. Member, American, Maryland State, and
Baltimore City Bar Associations; Citizens' Commission on Maryland Government.
Member, Advisory Board, Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc.; board member, Baltimore
Choral Society. Former vice-president, Loyola College Alumni Association. Married,
Member of the Senate since 1971. Chairman, Legislative Council Special Committee
on Real Estate Practices. Chairman and vice-chairman, Maryland Commission on In-
tergovernmental Cooperation, 1975- 1978; vice-chairman. Senate Finance Commit-
tee, 1975 - 1978. District office: 2927 Hamilton Ave., Baltimore 21214; tel. 426-2955.
Annapolis office: Presidential Wing, James Bldg., 21401; tel. 296-3844.
JOHN A. CADE, Republican, District 33. Born in Charleston, S.C„ July 2, 1929.
Attended Ohio parochial schools; Xavier University, B.S., 1953; Northwestern Uni-
versity, M.B.A., 1954; University of Maryland School of Law. Professional business
manager. Served in the U.S. Marine Corps, 1946-1948, 1951-1952. Member,
Anne Arundel County Charter Board, 1962 - 1963. Member, Anne Arundel County
Council, 1965- 1970. 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. Annapolis office: 405 James Bldg.,
21401; tel. 269-3097.