TONY EDWARD FULTON, Democrat, District 40. Born in Baltimore, December 9,
1951. Baltimore City College; Morgan State College, B.A., 1973; University of Maryland,
M.A., 1975. Served on legislative staff, 1975-79. Lobbyist for 8 years. Former staff to
Governor's Task Force on Hazardous Waste Initiatives. Member, board of directors, Park
West Health Center. Past member, executive committee, Baltimore League of Women
Voters. Member, Prince Hall Masons; Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. Listed in Who's Who
in American Colleges and Universities. Married; two children. Member of the House of
Delegates since 1987. Member, Environmental Matters Committee. District office: 3501
Denntyn Rd., Baltimore 21215; tel. 578-1817. Annapolis office: 317 Lowe Bldg., 21401;
JOHN G. GARY, Republican, District 33. Born in Baltimore, December 23,1943. Glen
Burnie Senior High School; Anne Arundel Community College; University of Maryland,
1961-62. Delegate, Electoral College, 1976; Republican National Convention, 1980,
1984. Commissioner, Anne Arundel County Board of Licensing Commissioners, 1979—.
Member, Fifth District Republican Club; U.S. Chamber of Commerce; Brightwood
Community Association (president, 1969-70). "Man of the Year," Young Republicans of
Anne Arundel County, 1977. Married; three children. Member of the House of Delegates
since 1983. Member, Constitutional and Administrative Law Committee, 1983-86; Special
Joint Committee on Coal Pipeline Resources; Election Laws Work Group. Member,
Appropriations Committee (subcommittee on education and human resources; special
oversight committee on personnel, 1987—; subcommittee to reorganize higher education,
1988), 1987—; Anne Arundel County Subcommittee for Capital Projects; Task Force to
Examine the School Construction Program, 1985. District office: One Bojan Court,
Myersville 21108; tel. 987-0511. Annapolis office: 215 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3223.
GILBERT J. GENN, Democrat, District 16. Born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, July 23,
1952. Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School; Duke University, B.A. (magna cum laude),
1974; University of Maryland School of Law, J.D. (with dean's award), 1978. Editor-in-
Chief, Maryland International Law Journal, 1977-78. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1978.
Attorney. Partner, law firm of Brown, Genn&Genn. Legislative aide to U.S. Senator Birch
Bayh, 1974-75. Staff attorney, Maryland Commission to Revise the Annotated Code,
1979-80.Member,Montgomery County Juvenile Court Commission, 1979-83. Co-coun-
sel, Friendship Heights Village Council, 1980—. Member, American, Federal, Maryland
State, District of Columbia and Montgomery County Bar Associations; American Trial
Lawyer's Association. Recipient, 1988 "Legislator of the Year", Bethesda-Chevy Chase
Democratic Club; 1988 "Elizabeth Scull Outstanding Community Service Award", Friend-
ship Heights, Maryland. Married; one child. Member of the House of Delegates since 1987.
Member, Judiciary Committee. District office: One Central Plaza, 11300 Rockville Pike,
Suite 1204, North Bethesda 20852; tel. 530-0780. Annapolis office: 224 Lowe Bldg.,
21401; tel. Washington, DC, area: 858-3011, Baltimore area: 841-3011.
MICHAEL GISRIEL, Democrat, District 9. Born in Baltimore, March 15,1951. Loyola
High School; University of Pennsylvania, B.A., 1973. University of Maryland School of
Law, J.D., 1976. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1976. Attorney. Partner, Gisriel and Gisriel
(general civil practice). Counsel to Majority Leader, Slate Senate, 1979. Special assistant
to Baltimore County Executive for state legislative affairs, 1980-82. Member, Governor's
Housing Task Force, 1981-84. Member, Democratic State Central Committee, 1982-86.
Member, Board of Advertising Club of Baltimore; 9-4-2 Democratic Club. Recipient of
two Resolutions of Achievement from General Assembly. Recipient of Greater Baltimore
Board of Realtors, Inc., 1988 Legislative Achievement Award. Married. Member of the
House of Delegates since 1987. Member, Ways and Means Committee. Annapolis office:
308 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3359.