CONSTANCE A. MORELLA, Republican, District 16. Born in Somerville, Massa-
chusetts, February 12, 1931. Attended Somerville High School; Boston University,
A.A., 1950, A.B., 1954; The American University, M.A., 1967. College English pro-
fessor. U.S. Department of Interior, C & 0 Canal National Historical Park Advisory
Commission, 1976—; trustee, Capitol Institute of Technology, 1977—; Maryland
State International Women's Year Coordinating Committee, 1977; Congressional
Service Academy Review Boards, 1973-1977; Citizens Advisory Committee on Ca-
reer and Vocational Education, 1973-1977; Montgomery County Commission for
Women, 1972-1975 (president 1973-1974). Former consultant. National Center for
Alcohol Education; A.A.U.W.; Montgomery County League of Women Voters;
A.A.U.P.; M.S.T.A ; Maryland Citizens Consumer Council. Author, "The Female
Alcoholic in American History, Culture, and Jurisprudence," The Alcoholism Digest
(1974). Married; 3 children, 6 wards. Member of the House of Delegates since 1979.
District office: 6601 Millwood Rd., Bethesda 20034; tel. 656-0400 or 229-6601. An-
napolis office: 220 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3045.
LOUIS P. MORSBERGER, Democrat, District 13. Born in Baltimore, August 26,
1929. Attended Baltimore public schools. Tavern owner. Served in the U.S. Army.
Chairman, Baltimore County Democratic State Central Committee of First District,
1966-1974. Alternate delegate to Democratic National Convention, 1968. Vice-pres-
ident, Morsberger Development, Inc Board member, German Children's Home.
Member, Ridgeway-Consolidated Democratic Club; Catonsville Businessmen's Asso-
ciation; Masons; Shrine; Catonsville Hunt Club; Catonsville Historical Society;
American Legion; Elks. Married. Member of the House of Delegates since 1975.
Mailing address: 612 Hilton Ave., Catonsville 21228. District office: 1 Newburg
Ave., Baltimore 21228; tel. 242-5699 or 747-0407. Annapolis office: 304 Lowe Bldg.,
21401; tel. 841-3378.
PAUL MULDOWNEY, Democrat, District 3A. Born in Richmond, Virginia, June
28, 1935. Attended Benedictine High School, Richmond, Va.; Virginia Military Insti-
tute, B.S.E.E., 1957. Business executive. Served in the U.S. Army. Member, Wash-
ington County Democratic Central Committee, two years; chairman, Washington
County Economic Development Commission, three years; Hagerstown Housing
Board of Appeals, five years. President, Hagerstown Jaycees; member, American Le-
gion Post #10; Knights of Columbus; Rotary; charter member, Washington County
Homebuilders Association; past director, Washington County United Way. Married;
7 children. Member of the House of Delegates since 1979. District office: P. 0. Box
478, Dual Highway, Hagerstown 21740; tel. 739-6080. Annapolis office: 424 Lowe
Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3451.
DONALD F. MUNSON, Republican, District 2C. Born in Hagerstown, December
21, 1937, and lived his early years in Hagerstown and Williamsport. Attended Wash-
ington County public schools; Capitol Page School, Washington, D.C.; The Johns
Hopkins University, B.S., 1968. Served in the U.S. Army Reserves. Page in the U.S.
House of Representatives under former Congressman DeWitt S. Hyde, 1953-1955.
Member of the Maryland House of Delegates since 1975. Member, Washington
County Historical Society; Washington County Association for Retarded Citizens;
Antietam Exchange Club; North American Rod and Gun Club; Alsatia Club; Wash-
ington County Republican Club; District Committee, Mason-Dixon Boy Scout
Council. Married to the former Margaret Calandrelle; one child, Xanthy. District of-
fice: 28 W. Church St., Hagerstown 21740; tel. 791-4511. Annapolis office: 422 Lowe
Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3447.