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WILLIAM A. CLARK, Democrat, District 35A. Bom in Havre de Grace, March 4,1958.
Bel Air High School; Harford Community College. Vice-president, Clark Sales and Service.
Member, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association; American Legislative Exchange Council;
Bel Air Rotary Club; Ducks Unlimited; Harford County Chamber of Commerce; National
Rifle Association. Member of House of Delegates since 1983. Member, Environmental
Matters Committee; Joint Committee on Chesapeake Bay Critical Areas. District office:
2523 Bradfield Ave., Bel Air 21014; tel. 838-9433. Annapolis office: 326 Lowe Bldg.,
21401; tel. 841-3289.

RICHARD F. COLBURN, Republican, District 37. Born in Easton, February 9,1950.
Easton High School; Chesapeake College, AA, 1982. U.S. Army Security Agency,
sergeant, 1969-72; top secret clearance; good conduct medal. Member, Governor's Com-
mittee on Employment of the Handicapped. Dorchester County Republican State Central
Committee, 1979-82; chairman, Dorchester County Committee to Promote Employment
of the Handicapped, 1981. Delegate, Republican National Convention, 1988. Member,
American Legion; United Food and Commercial Workers Union; Zion United Methodist
Church; Elks. Chesapeake College Social Science Award, 1980; Eastern Community
College Social Science Award, 1981; listed in Outstanding Young Men of America, 1981.
Married; one daughter. Member of the House of Delegates since 1983. Member, Environ-
mental Matters Committee. Chairperson, Dorchester County Delegation. District office:
4731 Egypt Road, Cambridge 21613; tel. 228-0437, 822-0437, 376-3237. Annapolis
office: 414 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3429.

R. TERRY CONNELLY, Democrat, District 6. Born in Baltimore, January 28, 1946.
Kenwood Senior High School; McAllister Institute ofMortuary Sciences. Funeral Director,
L.E.F.D. Served in Maryland Air National Guard. Democratic State Central Committee
(finance chairman, 1974^78). Member, Democratic Clubs; American Legion. 1980 Out-
standing Young Men of America Award. Member of the House of Delegates since 1979.
Member, Economic Matters Committee (chairman, unemployment insurance subcommit-
tee); Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review; Special House
Committee on Economic Development Strategy; Joint Committee on the Maryland
Automobile Insurance Fund. Chairman, Baltimore County Delegation. District office: 418
Eastern Blvd., Baltimore 21221; tel. 391-7800. Annapolis office: 305 Lowe Bldg., 21401;
tel. 841-3332.

MARY A. CONROY, Democrat, District 23. Born in New York City, December 25,
1931. Julia Richman High School; Prince George's Community College. Member, Prince
George's County Board of License Commissioners, 1984-86. Member, Korean War
Memorial Commission. Chair, Prince George's County Affairs Committee. Member,
Executive Board, United Cerebral Palsy of Prince George's County. Director, American
Cancer Society. Founding member, Bowie Citizens Association. Charter member, Bowie
Women's Club. Chair, Subcommittee on Affirmative Action for Women, Democratic
National Convention, 1984. Past State Commander, Disabled American Veterans Auxil-
iary. Past State Adjutant, Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary. Past president, Bowie
Chapter, American Association of Retired Persons. Member, Columbian Ladies Guild;
Bowie Business and Professional Women's Club; Bowie Democratic Club; Greenbelt
Democratic Club. Widow; two children. Member of the Senate, 1982-83. Member of the
House of Delegates since May 1986. Member, Ways and Means Committee (health care
cost containment subcommittee; lottery subcommittee). District office: tel. 262-1044.
Annapolis office: 208-C Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 858-3098.


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