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THOMAS B. KERNAN, Democrat, District 10. Born in Baltimore, May 12, 1948.
Attended Baltimore County parochial schools; Baltimore City public schools; Uni-
versity of Maryland, B.A. President of insurance agency. Member of the House of
Delegates since 1975. Served on Constitutional and Administrative Law Committee,
1975-1976; member. House Ways and Means Committee, 1977—. Assistant Major-
ity Leader, 1979—. District office: 1600 White Oak Ave., Baltimore 21234; tel.
882-9160. Annapolis office: 308 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3359.

FRANK J. KOMENDA, Democrat, District 27. Bom in Washington, D.C., Novem-
ber 25, 1934. Attended Washington, D.C., parochial schools; Prince George's Coun-
ty public schools; George Washington University, A.B., 1959. General manager. Ca-
ble Television Company. Served in the U.S. Army, 1954-1957. Chairman, Prince
George's County Charter Review Committee, 1973-1974. Member, Oxon Hill Dem-
ocratic Club; Alben Barkley Democratic Club. Past president. Prince George's
County Unit, American Cancer Society; former board member. Heart Association of
Southern Maryland; former member. Executive Committee, National Lutheran
Home for the Aged; former member, Executive Committee, National Conference of
Christians and Jews. Past president, FTA; past president, Padgett's Corner Mer-
chants Association. Past member, board of trustees, Greater Southeast Community
Hospital; member. National Invitational Planning Forum, American Hospital Asso-
ciation; board of directors, Maryland Health Educational Institute. Member, Prince
George's County Board of Trade; South Gate Lions Club; Sons of Italy; Crescent
City Jaycees; American Legion; Prince George's Chamber of Commerce; B.P.O.
Elks, Marlow Heights. Member of the House of Delegates since 1975. Member,
House Economic Matters Committee; Governor's Commission on Welfare Grants.
Chairman, Bi-county Committee; Joint Committee on Economic Development. An-
napolis office: 207 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3092.

NANCY K. KOPP, Democrat, District 16. Born in Coral Gables, Florida, Decem-
ber 7, 1943, Attended elementary and secondary schools in Illinois and California;

Wellesley College, B.A., cum laude; University of Chicago, M.A., Ph.D. work. Na-
tional Defense Education Fellow. Political scientist; former university teacher; Con-
gressional and State legislative staff member. Committee on Fiscal Affairs and Legis-
lative Oversight, National Conference of State Legislatures, 1976—. Governor's
Commission on State Personnel and Compensation System, 1979—. Chairperson,
Legislative Study Group, 1977-1978. Treasurer, Maryland Order of Women Legisla-
tors, 1975-1979. Active in Women's Suburban Democratic Club; Woman's National
Democratic Club; League of Women Voters; A.A.U.W.; Maryland Citizens'
Consumer Council. Named Outstanding Young Woman of Maryland, 1978. Mar-
ried; one child. Member of the House of Delegates since 1975. Vice-chairperson, Ap-
propriations Subcommittee on Education and Human Resources, 1976—;

chairperson. Joint Committee on Program Review and Evaluation in Social Services,
1977—; coordinator. Legislative Program Review and Evaluation, 1979—; member,
Joint Energy Committee; Personnel Committee; Pension Committee; Budget and Au-
dit Committee. District office: 6301 Dahlonega Rd., Bethesda 20016; tel. 229-0385.
Annapolis office: 223B Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3011.

HELEN L. KOSS, Democrat, District 19. Born in New York, N.Y., June 3, 1922.
Attended public schools in Ellenville, N.Y.; Bennington College, A.B., 1942. Dele-
gate, Constitutional Convention of Maryland, 1967-1968, and Chairperson of the
Committee on Suffrage and Elections. Member, Board of Visitors, Bowie State Col-
lege, 1970-1976. Member, Governor's Commission on Reapportionment; Governor's
Commission on Crime and Delinquency; Governor's Commission to Study the Pub-
lic Service Commission. Member, National Order of Women Legislators; AAUW,
Outstanding Member Award, 1978; Meritorious Award, 1980. State president,
League of Women Voters of Maryland, 1963-1967, and chairperson, Reapportion-
ment and Constitutional Studies Committee, 1959-1963; member. National Confer-
ence of State Legislatures Committee on Ethics and Elections. Maryland NOW Ann
London Scott Award for Legislative Excellence, 1978. NAACP Certificate of Merit,
1978. Married. Member of the House of Delegates since 1971. Chairperson, Consti-
tutional and Administrative Law Committee since 1979. Member, Legislative Policy
Committee; Rules Committee. Co-chairperson, Task Force on Election Laws. Dis-
trict office: 3416 Highview Ct., Wheaton 20902; tel. 942-9091. Annapolis office: 141
Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3505.

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