JOHN G. GARY, Republican, District 33. Born in Baltimore, December 23, 1943.
Attended Glen Burnie Senior High School; Anne Arundel Community College; Uni-
versity of Maryland, 1961-1962. President, Drapery Specialists. Delegate, Electoral
College, 1976; Republican National Convention, 1980; commissioner, Anne Arundel
County Board of Licensing Commissioners, 1979—. Member, Fifth District Republi-
can Club; U.S. Chamber of Commerce; Brightwood Community Association (Presi-
dent, 1969-1970). "Man of the Year," Young Republicans of Anne Arundel County,
1977. Married; 3 children. Member of the House of Delegates since 1983; member,
Constitutional and Administrative Law Committee. District office: One Bojan Court,
Millersville, 21108; tel. 987-9007. Annapolis office: 215 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel.
MARILYN GOLDWATER, Democrat, District 16. Bom in Boston, Mass., January
29, 1927. Attended Boston public schools; Mt. Sinai Hospital School of Nursing,
R.N., 1948. Faculty Associate, University of Maryland School of Nursing. Former
member, Maryland Council for Higher Education; Sta.te Department of Juvenile Ser-
vices; Montgomery County Community Health Advisory Commission. Past president,
Women's Suburban Democratic Club. Appointed to National Advisory Council on
Health Professions Education, 1980-1984; Bio-Safety Committee, National Institutes
of Health, 1978. Member, National Order of Women Legislators; Nurses Coalition for
Action in Politics; Southern Regional Education Board Commission on Mental
Health; League of Women Voters. Chairperson, Human Resources Committee, Na-
tional Conference of State Legislators, 1980-1981. Recipient, Honorary Recognition
Award, American Nurses Association, 1980; honorary member, Sigma Theta Tau;
Award for Legislative Excellence, Maryland National Organization of Women, 1979.
Married. Listed in Who's Who in American Politics. Member of the House of Dele-
gates since 1975; member, Environmental Matters Committee. District office: 5508
Durbin Rd., Bethesda 20014; tel. 656-1226. Annapolis office: 224 Lowe Bldg., 21401;
MICHAEL R. GORDON, Democrat, District 17. Born July 5, 1947; life-long resi-
dent of Montgomery County. Attended Northwood High School, Silver Spring;
Towson State College, B.A., 1969; Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 1972.
Member oi the Maryland Bar since 1973. Attorney. Reserve Army captain, 1972-
1980. Member, Alternative Community Service Commission, City of Rockville,
1981—; Montgomery County Fiscal Affairs Committee, 1977-1978; Montgomery
County Task Force on Real Estate Taxation Assessment, 1977; Montgomery County
Criminal Justice Commission. Past president, West End Citizens Association; Rock-
ville Civic Federation. Member, Gaithersburg and Rockville Chambers of Commerce;
Maryland State, District of Columbia, Supreme Court, and Montgomery County Bar
Associations. Chairman, Task Force on Human Relations, Montgomery County Dem-
ocratic Central Committee, 1973. Member, Rockville Little Theatre; Peerless Rock-
ville Historical Society. Arbitrator, American Arbitration Association and Maryland
Health Claims Arbitration Office. Member of the House of Delegates since 1983;
member, Constitutional and Administrative Law Committee. District office: 416
Hungerford Dr., Rockville, 20850; tel. 424-7400. Annapolis office: 224 Lowe Bldg.,
21401; tel. 841-3090, Washington area 858-3090.
RONALD A. GUNS, Democrat District 36. Bom in Elkton, October 9, 1948.
Attended Corpus Christi High School, Elsemere, Delaware; Cecil Community College;
University of Maryland. Employed by C & P Telephone Company. Served in the U.S.
Army, 1969-1971, with a tour in Vietnam, 1969-1970. Member, Knights of Colum-
bus; Elks; VPW; American Legion. Former secretary, Cecil County Junior Football
League. Married; 5 children. Member of the House of Delegates since 1983; member,
Environmental Matters Committee. District office: 80 5th Ave., Elkton 21921; tel.
398-6847. Annapolis office: 404 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3442.