ELMER F. HAGNER, JR., Democrat, District 30. Born in Baltimore, April 7, 1919.
Attended Anne Arundel County public schools; graduate. Federal Bureau of Investi-
gation Academy. Retired Chief of Police, Anne Arundel County. Served with the U.S.
Air Force during World War II. Former member. Police Training Commission; Gov-
ernor's Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice. Past
president and life member of Maryland Chiefs of Police Association. Married. Mem-
ber of the House of Delegates since 1971; member, Judiciary Committee. District of-
fice: 6 Bladen Blvd., Annapolis 21401. Annapolis office: 212 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel.
V. LANNY HARCHENHORN, Republican, District 4B. Born in Baltimore, Febru-
ary 15, 1943. Graduate, Carroll County public schools; Frederick Community Col-
lege, A.A.; Western Maryland College, A.B.; University of Maryland School of Law,
J.D. Admitted to the Maryland Bar, 1970, and Federal Bar, 1971. State's attorney for
Carroll County, 1971-1975. Member, Carroll County and Maryland State Bar Associ-
ations. President, Carroll County Bar Association, 1981-1982. Member, Smithsonian
Society; New Windsor Volunteer Fire Company; Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity; Pi
Gamma Mu National Social Science Honor Society. Life member, Carroll County
Historical Society. Member, Ascension Episcopal Church. Married Margaret A.
Harchenhom; one son, V. John Harchenhom. Member of the House of Delegates
since 1975, serving on Judiciary Committee. District office: 12 N. Court St., Westmin-
ster 21)57; tel. 876-3888 or 848-0914. Annapolis office: 209 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel.
HATTIE N. HARRISON, Democrat, District 45. Born in Lancaster, South Carolina.
Attended Charlotte, North Carolina, and Baltimore City public schools. Graduate of
Antioch College. School teacher. Consultant to Mott Foundation, Hint, Michigan; In-
ternational Community Education Association, Melbourne, Australia. President,
Maryland Association for Community Education. Appointed to National Community
Education Advisory Council. Former member, Baltimore City Democratic State Cen-
tral Committee; Commission on Women. Member, Eastside Democratic Organization;
Maryland Association for Mental Health; Citizens for Fair Housing; League of Wom-
en Voters; NAACP; Y.W.C.A.; East Baltimore Women's League; National Laborato-
ry for the Advancement of Education. Recipient of numerous service awards. Married.
Member of the House of Delegates since 1973. First Black woman to chair a legisla-
tive committee (Rules and Executive Nominations Committee). District office: 2503 E.
Preston St., Baltimore 21213; tel. 342-4414 or 4415. Annapolis office: 323 Lowe Bldg.,
21401; tel. 841-3325.
THOMAS H. (TOM) HATTERY, Democrat, District 4A. Born in Silver Spring, Jan-
uary 20, 1954. Attended Linganore High School; Drew University; The American
University, B.A., cum laude, 1974. Vice-president, Lomond Publications, Inc.; farmer.
Member, American Society for Public Administration; State Democratic Committee
on Constitution and Bylaws; United Democrats of Frederick County; Farm Bureau;
Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence; League of Women Voters; Chamber
of Commerce. Member, Frederick County Council on Alcoholism; Frederick Writers
Association; Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association; American Legion; Kiwanis. For-
mer research assistant, Select Committee on Intelligence, U.S. Congress.
Editor/author, Western Maryland: A Profile (1980). Married; 2 children. Member of
the House of Delegates since 1983; member. Ways and Means Committee. District of-
fice: 7101 Woodville Rd., Mt. Airy 21771; tel. 694-0123. Annapolis office: 209 Lowe
Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3107.