WILLIAM S. HORNE, Democrat, District 35. Born in Easton, June 23, 1936.
Attended Easton public schools; The Bolles School, Jacksonville, Florida; University
of Maryland; Virginia Polytechnic Institute, B.S., 1964, Tulane University School of
Law, LL.B., 1965. Admitted to the Maryland Bar, 1966. Served in the U.S. Army,
1956-1958 Assistant State's Attorney, Talbot County, 1968-1971; State's Attorney,
Talbot County, 1971-1973. Member, American, Maryland State, and Talbot County
Bar Associations; Alpha Kappa Psi; Phi Kappa Phi; Easton Memorial Hospital As-
sociation; Talbot County Mental Health Advisory Committee. Former secretary,
Chesapeake Rehabilitation Center. Married. Member of the House of Delegates since
1973. District office: P. O Box 204, Stewart Bldg., Easton 21601; tel. 822-0470. An-
napolis office: 416 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 269-3585
DONALD K. HUGHES, Democrat, District 10. Born in Baltimore City, November 9,
1933. Attended Patterson Park High School; Towson State University, B.S.Ed., 1957;
The Johns Hopkins University, M.Ed., 1966, C.A.S.E., 1969. Assistant principal,
Baltimore County School System. Served in the U.S. Army Active Reserve. Chairman,
Baltimore County Youth Commission, 1975-1978; member, Baltimore County Juvenile
Task Force, 1975; Citizen's Committee to Baltimore County's Growth Management
Program, 1977-1978. Member, National Educational Association; Maryland State
Teachers' Association; Teachers' Association of Baltimore County; Association of Ele-
mentary School Administrators. Outstanding Young Educator; Timonium-
Cockeysville Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1969; Maryland's First Teacher of the
Year. Look Magazine Award, 1971; Service Award, Y.M.C.A., 1973; Life Membership
in the Congress of Parents and Teachers (PTA), 1973, recognized for Outstanding Ser-
vice to Youth, Baltimore County Youth Commission, 1978. Completed Hopkins Fel-
lowship in Dynamics of Organizational and Community Change, 1976; contributing
writer to The Many Faces of Teaching. Married; 2 children. Member of the House of
Delegates since 1979. District office: 1121 High Country Rd., Towson 21204; tel.
821-8948. Annapolis office: 308 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 269-2541.
JERRY H. HYATT, Democrat, District 15A. Born in Damascus, September 29,
1940. Attended Damascus public schools; Washington and Let University, B.A.,
1962; University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1965. Admitted to the Maryland
Bar, 1965. Served in the U.S. Army Member, Montgomery County Property Tax
Assessment Appeal Board, 1973-1974. Married. Member of the House of Delegates
since 1975. Member, Judiciary Committee; chairman. Joint Committee on the State
Prosecutorial Function, 1977_; Joint Personnel Policy Committee, 1977__; Task
Force on Crime, 1976_. District office: 9900 Main St., Damascus 20750; tel.
253-4300 Annapolis office: 225 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 269-2651.
PHILIP C. JIMENO, Democrat, District 31. Born in Fairmont, West Virginia.
May 28, 1947. Attended Fairmont Senior High School; Fairmont State College, B.S.,
Business Administration, 1969; Coppin State College, M.Ed., 1974. Parole and pro-
bation agent. Vice-president, Roland Terrace Democratic Club; first president,
Greater Brooklyn Park Council; former chairman. Board of Governors, Arundel Im-
provement Association. Member, Lake Shore, Stoney Creek, Marley, Magothy-Chel-
sea, and Green Haven Democratic Clubs. Member, Saint Rose of Lima Parish
Council; Maryland Classified Employees Association. Married; I child. Member of
the House of Delegates since 1979. Annapolis office: 213 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel.