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ANN MARIE DOORY, Democrat, District 43. Born in Yonkers, New York, August 19,
1954. St. Mary's Academy, Leonardtown, 1972; Towson State University, B.A. (political
science), 1976; University of Baltimore School of Law, J.D., 1979. Attorney. Member,
Maryland State and Women's Bar Associations. Student member, Board ofTrustees of the
State Universities and Colleges, 1976. Former counsel to Majority Leader, State Senate,
1981. Elected member, Democratic State Central Committee, Baltimore City, 1982.
Member, Mayor's AIDS Advisory Council, Baltimore City, 1988—. Member, Board of
Directors, York B.oad Planning Area Committee, Inc., 1982-—. Valunteerarhirrarnr, Rprw
Business Bureau, Baltimore, 1984-86. Vice-President and member, Board of Directors,
Homeland Association, Baltimore. 1982—. Member, League of Women Voters; Board of
Directors, Harford Belair Community Mental Health Center, Inc., 1986—; Board of
Directors, Towson State University Association, 1984—; Advisory Committee, University
of Baltimore School of Law, 1988—. Married; 2 children. Member, House of Delegates
since 1987; Economic Matters Committee; Joint Subcommittee on Maryland Automobile
Insurance Fund. Legislative Chair, Women's Caucus. District office: 112 Taplow Rd.,
Baltimore 21212; tel. 323-0401. Annapolis office: 321 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3308.

JOHN W. DOUGLASS, Democrat, District 45. Born in Princess Anne, Somerset
County, March 19,1942. Lincoln University, A.B., cum laude, 1964; The Johns Hopkins
University, M.A., 1966. General contractor; former insurance broker and instructor.
Industrial consultant. Clerk, Baltimore City Council, 1967-68. Recipient of many fellow-
ships and awards. Member and past president, American Chemical Society. Past president,
Business Men's League of Baltimore; Beta Kappa Chi. Member, Associated Builders and
Contractors; Baltimore Chamber of Commerce; Business Opportunities Administration.
Member, Mt. Royal Democratic Club; New Democratic Club; New Democratic Coalition;
Young Democrats of Maryland. Vice-president, Eastside Democratic Organization. Mem-
ber, Model Cities Program; Alpha Phi Alpha; Adjacent Neighborhood Improvements
Association. Member of the House of Delegates since 1971. Member, Appropriations
Committee; Spending AfFordability Committee. Former House Chairman, Joint Budget
and Audit Committee. District office: 1535 E. North Ave., Baltimore 21213; tel. 752-
6653. Annapolis office: 323 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3325.

CORNELL N. DYPSKI, Democrat, District 46. Born in Baltimore, September 23,1931.
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute; University of Baltimore. Administrative officer, Motor
Vehicle Administration. Recipient of numerous community and veterans citations. Recip-
ient for four years, Community Service Award for work as a chairman of United Charity
Campaign. Married; one son. Member of the Senate, 1975-83. Member, Constitutional
and Public Law Committee; Election Laws Task Force. Co-Chairman, Legislative Com-
mittee on Port of Maryland. Member of the House of Delegates since 1987. Member,
Environmental Matters Committee. District office: 638 S. Decker Ave., Baltimore 21224.
Annapolis office: 316 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3303.

GEORGE C. EDWARDS, Republican, District 1A. Born in Grantsville, April 9, 1948.
Northern High School, Accident; Fairmont State College, B.S. (business administration),
with honors, 1970; Frostburg State College, teacher certification, 1971-74. Former
teacher. Served in Maryland National Guard, 1970-76. Member, Grantsville Town Council,
1972-74, 1980-82; Garrett County Commissioner, 1974-78; Garrett County Develop-
ment Corporation, 1974—; Legislative Committee, Maryland Association of Counties,
1975-78. Member, National Rifle Association; Vietnam Veterans Association; American
Legion; Lonaconing Republican Club; associate member, FOP Lodge 40; member, PTA;
Lions Club (president, 1982-83); St. Paul's United Methodist Church. Drafted by Balti-
more Colts, 1970; NAIA Football All-American Fullback. Married; two children. Member
of the House of Delegates since 1983.Member, Appropriations Committee (subcommittee
on health and the environment). Chairperson, Garrett County Delegation. District office:
P.O. Box 8, Grantsville 21536; tel. 895-5720, 746-5831. Annapolis office: 411 Lowe
Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3435.


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