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RALPH M. HUGHES, Democrat, District 40. Bom in Baltimore, April 17, 1948. Baltimore City
College High School; Morgan State University, B.A, 1970, Howard University School of Law, J.D.,
1973; The Johns Hopkins University, 1981- Full time legislator. Served on staff of Commission to
Revise the Annotated Code of Maryland, 1973-82. Served as legislative analyst to General Assembly;

liaison to Maryland Commission on Criminal Law. Member, Monumental Bar Association. Life
member, NAACP; Lillie Carroll Jackson Museum. Member, board of directors, Foster Grandparents
Program; board of directors, St. Frances Academy Creative Arts Center. President, Greater
Mondawmin Coordinating Council and Mondawmin Transpac. Legislative consultant, Ruxton
Concerned Neighbors and Ash-Co-East. Chairman, Panway Sanitation Committee; member,
Braddish Avenue Neighborhood Association. Member, Morgan State University and Howard
University Alumni Associations. Producer, "The Graduates" on WEAA-FM, Morgan State
University Radio. Member, Mount Hope Baptist Church. Recipient of numerous citations and
awards. Member of the House of Delegates since 1983. Member, Judiciary Committee. District office:

2307 Braddish Ave., Baltimore 21216; tel. 669-7942. Annapolis office: 317 Lowe Bidg., 21401; tel.

SAMUEL Q. JOHNSON m. Democrat, District 37. Bom in Salisbury, January 2, 1939. Wicomico
Senior High School; College of William and Mary, degree granted 1962. Farmer; former owner of
seed and feed company. Served in Maryland National Guard, sergeant, six years. Member,
Governor's Task Force on Senior Citizen Activity Centers. Member, Masons; Eastern Shore Shrine
Club. Member of the House of Delegates since 1983. Member, Environmental Matters Committee.
District office: Box 200, Hebron 21830; tel. 546-2400. Annapolis office: 415 Lowe Bidg., 21401; tel.

CHMSTINE MILLER JONES, Democrat, District 26. Bom in Navasota, Texas. Huston Tfflotson
College, B.A., 1949. Public school teacher. Member, Task Force to Study Home Improvement Laws;

Task Force on Teen Pregnancy. Delegate, Democratic National Convention, 1980, 1984. Member,
Oxon Hill Democratic Club; John Hanson Women's Club; Southern Prince George's Business and
Professional Women's Club; Prince George's County Education Association; Md. State Teachers
Association; National Education Association. Member, Phi Delta Kappa; Delta Sigma Theta; Top
Ladies of Distinction; NAACP. Board member, National Conference of Christians and Jews; Prince
George's Mental Health Association; Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Center for
Community Development. Founder and honorary member, Prince George's Coalition on Black
Affairs. Recipient of awards from NAACP; Prince George's County Educators on Minority Affairs;

Delta Sigma Theta; The Links, Inc.; The National Hook-Up of Black Women; Prince George's
Coalition on Black Affairs; MSTA; Samuel Chase Elementary School PTA; Bethlehem Baptist
Church Women's Club. Married; 1 child. Member of the House of Delegates since January 13,1982.
Member, Economic Matters Committee; Joint Committee on Protocol. District office: 6505 Old
Branch Ave., Camp Springs 20748; tel. 449-3500. Annapolis office: 205 Lowe Bidg., 21401; tel. 858/

A. WADE KACH, Republican, District 10. Bom in Baltimore, July 19, 1947. Attended Baltimore
City public schools; Towson State College; Western Maryland College, B.A., 1970. Mathematics
teacher. Member, Baltimore City Republican Slate Central Committee, 1970-73. Maryland
Presidential Elector, 1972. Chairman, Maryland Federation College Republicans, 1970. Member,
Teachers Association of Baltimore County; Maryland State Teachers Association; National
Education Association. Member, Parents Anonymous of Maryland; Reisterstown-Owings Mills-
Glyndon Coordinating Council; Reisterstown-Owings Mills-Glyndon Chamber of Commerce.
Member, Child Support Enforcement Advisory Council. Married. Member of the House of Delegates
since 1975. Member, Economic Matters Committee. District office: 214 Ashland Rd., Hunt Valley
21031; tel. 683-1962. Annapolis office: 309 Lowe Bidg., 21401; tel. 841-3350.

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