MARGARET H. MURPHY, Democrat, District 41. Bom in Baltimore. Attended
Baltimore public schools: Coppin State College, B.S., 1952, Master's Equivalent;
Morgan State University. Educational Associate, Office of Reading, Baltimore City
Public Schools. Member, Baltimore City Democratic State Central Committee, 1978—.
Board chairperson. Vanguard Political Organization, Inc.; member, Ethland Avenue
Neighborhood Association; Forest Park Golf Course Neighborhood Association;
Lamba Kappa Mu; Ten Plus Social Club; Joyettes Social Club; Public School Teachers
Association; National Education Association; Red Cross; NAACP; board member,
Threshold, Inc. Secretary, Maryland Legislative Black Caucus; treasurer. Women Leg-
islators of Maryland. Widowed; 3 children. Member of the House of Delegates since
1978. Member, Constitutional and Administrative Law Committee. District office:
2914 Edmondson Ave., Baltimore 21223; tel. 3(2-6314. Annapolis office: 319 Lowe
Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3283.
ROBERT R. NEALL, Republican, District 33. Born in Baltimore, June 26, 1948.
Attended Anne Arundel County public schools; U.S. Naval Academy Preparatory
School; Anne Arundel Community College; U.S. Military Academy; University of
Maryland, B.A., 1972; University of Baltimore Law School. Manager of family busi-
ness. Served in U.S. Navy, 1967-1968. Legislative assistant to Minority Leader of
Maryland Senate, 1973-1974. President, Anne Arundel County Young Republicans,
1973-1974. Elected Anne Arundel County Young Republican Man of the Year, 1973.
Received Christian Citizen of the Year Award from United Christian Citizens, 1975.
Married. Member of the House of Delegates since 1975. Minority Whip since 1978.
Member, Policy Committee; Joint Budget and Audit Committee; Appropriations Com-
mittee. District office: 771 W. Central Ave., Davidsonville 21035; tel. 956-4857. Annap-
olis office: 312 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3399.
JOSEPH W. "DOC" O'MALLEY, Democrat, District 37. Born in Baltimore.
Attended St. Jerome's Elementary and Southern High School. Four years night
school, Business and Commercial Law. Former conductor and yard foreman, B & 0
Railroad. Served 18 years as local chairman, legislative representative, vice-president,
and delegate to national convention and chairman. Resolutions Committee, Mary-
land State Legislative Board for the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and United
Transportation Union. President, Bay Brook Democratic Club. Married; 5 children.
Member of the House of Delegates since 1979. District office: 604 Jeffrey St.,
Baltimore 21225; tel. 355-4376. Annapolis office: 322 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel.
JOSEPH E. OWENS, Democrat, District 17. Born in Washington. D.C., March
23, 1918. Attended Washington, D.C., public schools; Columbus University, LL.B.,
1940, LL.M., 1941. Admitted to the Maryland Bar, 1964. Retired Army officer.
Member, Governor's Commission on Judicial Reform; Equal Rights Commission;
Commission to Study Sovereign Immunity; Domestic Relations Commission: vice-
chairman, Medical Malpractice Committee; member. Criminal Justice Information
Advisory Commission. Vice-president, 3C Democratic Club. Member, Maryland
State Bar Association. Treasurer, Montgomery County Bar Association. Past presi-
dent, Wheaton Woods Citizens' Association. Member, Friendly Sons of St. Patrick;
Retired Officers Association. Married. Member of the House of Delegates since
1971. Chairman, Judiciary Committee since 1973. Member, Rules Committee, Court
of Appeals. Member, Legislative Council (now Legislative Policy Committee) since
1973. District office: Suburban Trust Bldg., Rockville 20850; tel. 424-9021. Annapo-
lis office: 121 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3491.