ULYSSES CURRIE, Democrat, District 25. Born in Whiteville, North Carolina, July 10, 1937.
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State College, B.S., 1959; American University, M.A.,
1968. Served in U.S. Army, 1960-63. Educator and principal in Prince George's County, 22 years.
President, Association of School Administrators and Supervisors. Charter member, Coalition for
Handicapped Children. Board member, Southern Prince George's Coalition on Black Affairs
(COBA). Former vice-president, Prince George's County Board of Directors, Association of
Retarded Children. Former board member. Southern Area Youth Services (home for runaway
youth); Mental Health Association, Prince George's County. Former member, Prince George's
County Advisory Council on Handicapped Children. Former member, Democratic Central
Committee. Married; 1 son. Member of the House of Delegates since 1987. Member, Ways and
Means Committee. District office; 7315 Calder Dr., Capitol Heights 20743; tel. 350-3345. Annapolis
office: 203 James Bidg., 21401; tel. 858-3076, 841-3076.
CLARENCE DA VIS, Democrat, District 45. Bom in Wilkes County, Georgia, September 25, 1942.
Paul Laurence Dunbar School, Baltimore; Morgan State College, B.A., 1968; Morgan State
University, M.A., 1978. Human service delivery systems administrator/social scientist. Served in U.S.
Air Force, 1960-64. Member, Interim Steering Board, Model Cities, appointed 1968. Chairman,
Executive Committee, American Legion Post 294; member, National Association of Concerned
Veterans; VFW; regional coordinator, National Association for Black Veterans. Board of directors,
NAACP, Baltimore Chapter; member, Regional Action Committee (RAC). Former president,
Association of Black Social Workers, Baltimore. Member, Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship, Inc.
Member, St. Paul Baptist Church. Married; 4 children. Member of the House of Delegates since
1983; member, Ways and Means Committee. Co-Chairman, Protocol Committee. District office; 1628
E. 32nd St., Baltimore 21218; tel. 235-9379. Annapolis office: 323 Lowe Bidg., 21401; tel. 841-3325.
DANA LEE DEMBROW, Democrat, District 20. Born in Washington, D.C., September 29, 1953.
Attended Montgomery County public schools; Duke University, B.A., cum laude, 1975; National
Law Center of George Washington University, J.D., 1980 (recipient, George Washington award;
chair, student dean search committee; editor-in-chief, The Advocate ). Admitted to the bars of three
jurisdictions, including Maryland, 1980. Member or former member, American, Montgomery
County, Prince George's County and District of Columbia Bar Associations; Maryland Trial
Lawyers Association; Plaintiffs' Trial Lawyers Association. Officer, Eastern Montgomery,
Kensington, Wheaton Democratic Club; Montgomery Democratic Assembly; Park Bradford
Condominium Association; White Oak Towers Tenants Association; Greater Colesville Citizens
Association; Young Democrats of Montgomery County. Member of the House of Delegates since
1987. Member, Constitutional and Administrative Law Committee; transportation subcommittee of
Montgomery County Delegation. District Office: 8601 Manchester Rd., #419, Silver Spring 20901;
tel. 565-0118. Annapolis office; 224-B Lowe Bidg., 21401; tel. 858-3011.
LOUIS L. DePAZZO, Democrat, District 7. Bom in Baltimore, October 11, 1932. Dundalk Senior
High School; University of Baltimore, LLB., 1959. Attorney at law. Served in U.S. Marine Corps;
awarded Bronze Star, Combat "V". Baltimore County assistant solicitor, 1967-69; Baltimore County
magistrate, 1969-71; Baltimore County Public Defender Advisory Board, 1972-76. Member and
founder, Dundalk Lodge, Order of Sons of Italy. Member, Moose; American Legion; VFW;
Maryland State and Baltimore County Bar Associations. Married; 4 children. Member of the House
of Delegates since 1979. Member, Judiciary Committee; Special Committee on Drug and Alcohol
Abuse. District office: 38 S. Dundalk Ave., Baltimore 21222; tel. 288-9303. Annapolis office: 305
Lowe Bidg., 21401; tel. 841-3334.