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MARTHA S. KLIMA, Republican, District 9. Born in Baltimore, December 3, 1938.
Attended Notre Dame Preparatory School; Villa Julie College, A.A. Homemaker.
President, School Board Nominating Convention of Baltimore County, two terms;

secretary, Central Maryland Health Systems Agency; member. Executive Committee
and Governing Body, Central Maryland Health Systems Agency, 1980-1983. Past
president, Hampton Elementary School PTA and Ridgely Junior High School PTA;

vice-president, GOP'hers, Republican Women of Baltimore County; chairperson,
Membership Relations Committee, Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce; mem-
ber, Diplomats Club, Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce. Award of merit for
outstanding services to community, Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce; honor-
ary life membership, Maryland Congress of PTAs. Married; 3 children. Member of
the House of Delegates since 1983; member, Constitutional and Administrative Law
Committee. District office: 1403 Newport PI., Luthcrvillc 21093, tel. 337-2799. An-
napolis office: 308-C Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3359.

NANCY K. KOPP, Democrat, District 16. Born in Coral Gables, Florida, December
7, 1943. Attended elementary and secondary schools in Illinois and California; Welles-
ley College, B.A., cum laude; University of Chicago, M.A., Ph.D. work. National De-
fense Education Fellow. Political scientist; former liniversity teacher; Congressional
and State legislative staff member. Committee on Fiscal Affairs and Legislative Over-
sight, National Conference of State Legislatures, 1976—. Commission on Compensa-
tion and Personnel Policies, 1979—. Chairperson, Legislative Study Group,
1977-1978. Treasurer, Maryland Order of Women Legislators, 1975-1979. Active in
Women's Suburban Democratic Club; Woman's National Democratic Club; League of
Women Voters; A.A.U.W.; Maryland Citizens' Consumer Council. Named Outstand-
ing Young Woman of Maryland, 1978. Married; 2 children. Member of the House of
Delegates since 1975. Chairman, Appropriations Subcommittee on Education and Hu-
man Resources, 1976—; coordinator, Legislative Program Review and Evaluation,
1°79—, member, Joint Energy Committee, Personnel Committee; Pension Commit-
tee; Budget and Audit Committee. District office: 6301 Dahlonega Rd., Bethesda
20816; tel. 229-0385. Annapolis office: 223B Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3011; Wash-
ington metro area tel. 858-3011.

HELEN L. KOSS, Democrat, District 18. Born in New York, N.Y., June 3, 1922.
Attended public schools in Ellenville, N.Y.; Bennington College, A.B., 1942. Delegate,
Constitutional Convention of Maryland, 1967-1968, and Chairperson of the Commit-
tee on Suffrage and Elections. Member, Board of Visitors, Bowie State College, 1970-
1976. Member, Governor's Commission on Reapportionment; Governor's Commis-
sion on Crime and Delinquency; Governor's Commission to Study the Public Service
Commission. Member, National Order of Women Legislators; AAUW, Outstanding
Member Award, 1978; Meritorious Award, 1980. State president, League of Women
Voters of Maryland, 1963-1967, and chairperson, Reapportionment and Constitution-
al Studies Committee, 1959-1963; member, National Conference of State Legislatures
Committee on Ethics and Elections. Recipient, Maryland NOW Ann London Scott
Award for Legislative Excellence, 1978; NAACP Certificate of Merit, 1978. Married.
Member of the House of Delegates since 1971. Chairperson, Constitutional and Ad-
ministrative Law Committee since 1979. Member, Legislative Policy Committee; Rules
Committee. Co-chairperson, Task Force on Election Laws. District office: 3416
Highview Ct., Silver Spring 20902; tel. 942-9091. Annapolis office: 141 Lowe Bldg.,
21401; tel. 841-3502; Washington metro area tel. 858-3502.

ROBERT G. KRAMER, Democrat, District 30. Born on September 13, 1949.
Attended Sidwell Friends School, Washington, D.C.; Havard University, A.B., 1972;

Oxford University, Oxford, England; Westminster Seminary, M. Div., 1977. Commu-
nity program specialist. Director, Anne Arundel County Drug and Alcohol Program,
1979—; member. Anne Arundel County Task Force on Drinking and Driving, 1982.
Member, Eastport Democratic Club; Greater Annapolis Democratic Club; executive
board. National Federation of Parents for Drug Free Youth. Co-author, Drug Facts:

Ready Reference, a manual on adolescent drug and alcohol abuse for educators. Plan-
ner, moderator: "Teenage Drug Abuse: What Can Parents Do?", two-hour national
TV special. Listed in Outstanding Young Men of America, 1980, 1982. Married; 3
children. Member of the House of Delegates since 1983; member Environmental Mat-
ters Committee. District office: 946 Aqua Court, Annapolis 21401; tel. 757-6459. An-
napolis office: 212 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3211.

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