THOMAS B. KERNAN, Democrat, District 9. Born in Baltimore, May 12, 1948.
Attended Baltimore County parochial schools; Baltimore City public schools; Univer-
sity of Maryland, B.A. President of Harbor Group Corporation (independent insur-
ance 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 Majority Leader, 1979—. Annapolis office: 426 Lowe
Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3458.
DIANE KIRCHENBAUER, Democrat, District 20. Bom in Baltimore, Maryland.
Attended Anne Arundel County public schools; University of Maryland, B.A. in Po-
litical Science (Economics minor). Congressional and State legislative staff member;
legislative representative, Maryland National Organization for Women. Chosen one of
the Outstanding Young Women of America, 1979. Appointed by Governor Hughes to
the Judicial Nominating Commission, Sixth Circuit. Board member, Alliance for
Democratic Reform; Woman's Suburban Democratic Club. Member, Flower-Piney
Branch Local Development Corporation; League of Women Voters, Woodmoor-
Pinecrest Citizens Association. First V.P., American Association of University Wom-
en, Silver Spring. Steering Committee, Coalition for Excellence and Equality in Edu-
cation. Married. Member of the House of Delegates since 1983; member. Economic
Matters Committee. District office: 10414 Lorain Avenue, Silver Spring 20901; tel.
681-8090. Annapolis office: 225 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3090.
RUTH M. KIRK, Democrat, District 39. Born in Baltimore, February 2, 1930. Edu-
cated in Baltimore public schools. Teacher's aide. Member, Baltimore Blueprint; Na-
tional Citizens Participation Council; COIL (Community Organization to Improve
Life); Self Help Housing Board; Urban Service Commission; Urban Service Advisory
Council; Urban Services Center 19; Poppleton PAC (Urban Renewal Planning Action
Council); West Baltimore Community Health Board; Committee for Cultural Arts;
Greater Model Community Council; Citizens Democratic Action Organization. Alter-
nate delegate to Democratic Convention. Member, Eastern Star; Morning Star Baptist
Church. Received Baltimore Best Silver and Blue Award, 1982; Frances Morion
Froelicher Civic Statesmanship Award, 1982; Golden Brick Award, Baltimore Blue-
print; highest hour service in District 8 (1,929 hours). Married; 6 children. Member of
the House of Delegates since 1983; member, Constitutional and Administrative Law
Committee. District office: 320 N. Carey St., Baltimore 21223; tel. 383-1622. Annapo-
lis office: 315 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3263.
ROBERT H. KITTLEMAN, Republican, District 14B. Born in Omaha, Nebraska,
January 31, 1926. University of Oklahoma, B.S., 1947. Engineer. Served in U.S. Navy,
1943-1946. Past chairman, Howard County Republican Central Committee; past
president, Howard County Republican Club; past president, Howard County Citizens
Association. Member of the House of Delegates since 1983; member. Economic Mat-
ters Committee. District office: 12400 Rte. 108, Clarksville 21029; tel. 854-6020 or
988-9818. Annapolis office: 226 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3200.