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MICHAEL R. GORDON, Democrat, District 17. Born July 5,1947; life-long resident
of Montgomery County. Towson State College, B.A., 1969; Georgetown University Law
Center, J.D., 1972. Attorney. Reserve Army captain, 1972-80. Rockville Alternative
Community Service Commission, 1981-83; Montgomery County Fiscal Affairs Commit-
tee, 1977-78; County Task Force on Real Estate Taxation Assessment, 1977; County
Criminal Justice Commission. Past president, West End Citizens Assoc.; Rockville Civic
Federation. Gaithersburg and Rockville chambers of commerce; Md. State, District of
Columbia, Supreme Court and Montgomery County Bar Associations. Chairman, Task
Force on Human Relations, Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee, 1973.
Rockville Little Theatre; Peerless Rockville Historical Society. Arbitrator, American Arbi-
tration Assoc. and Md. Health Claims Arbitration Office. Outstanding Young Man in
America, 1983. Distinguished Service Award, 1983, 1984, 1988, and Certificate of
Appreciation, 198S, 1986, Md. Municipal League. Member, House of Delegates, 1983—;
Constitutional and Administrative Law Committee; Special House Committee on Eco-
nomic Development Strategy. Chairman, Montgomery County Delegation. Task Force on
Infrastructure Financing. District office: 416 Hungerford Dr., Rockville 20850; tel.
294-2100. Annapolis office: 222 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3001, DC. area: 858-3001.

RONALD A. GUNS, Democrat, District 36. Born in Elkton, October 9,1948. Corpus
Christi High School, Elsmere, Delaware; Cecil Community College; University of Mary-
land. Employed by C & P Telephone Company. Served in U.S. Army, 1969-71, with a
tour in Vietnam, 1969-70. Member, Knights of Columbus; Elks; VFW; American Legion.
Former secretary, Cecil County Junior Football League. Married; five children. Member
of the House of Delegates since 1983. Member, Environmental Matters Committee.
Chairperson, Cecil County Delegation. District office: 80 5th Ave., Elkton 21921; tel.
398-6847. Annapolis office: 404 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3442.

DONALD G. HAMMEN, Democrat, District 46. Born in Baltimore, December 16,
1939. Loyola College, B.S., 1969; Morgan State University, graduate studies (U.S.
history). Commercial representative, Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company of
Maryland. Member, Baltimore City Council, 1976-87 (vice-president, 1986-87; chairman,
land use committee, 1986-87; chairman, urban affairs committee, 1982-86). Member,
Baltimore City Planning Commission, 1979-82. Member, State Trade Policy Council.
Member, Market Appeals Board. Member, board of directors, Baltimore Museum of
Industry; board of directors, Optometric Center of Maryland. Member, board of governors,
Highland Clipper Club; board of directors, Chateau Condominium Association. Member,
Highland Exchange Club; St. Gerard Y.M.A.; Knights of Columbus. Married; two
children. Member of the House of Delegates since 1988. Member, Economic Matters
Committee. Annapolis office: 316 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3303.

HATTIE N. HARRISON, Democrat, District 45. Born in Lancaster, South Carolina.
Attended Charlotte, North Carolina, and Baltimore City public schools. Graduate of
Antkxh College. School teacher. Consultant to Mott Foundation, Flint, Michigan; Inter-
national Community Education Association, Melbourne, Australia. President, Maryland
Association for Community Education. Appointed to National Community Education
Advisory Council. Former member, Baltimore City Democratic State Central Committee;
Commission on Women. Member, Eastside Democratic Organization; Maryland Associa-
tion for Mental Health; Citizens for Fair Housing; League of Women Voters; NAACP;
YWCA; East Baltimore Women's League; National Laboratory for the Advancement of
Education. Recipient of numerous service awards. Married. Member of the House of
Delegates since 1973. Member, Economic Matters Committee. First Black woman to chair
a legislative committee (Rules and Executive Nominations Committee). Member, Legisla-
tive Policy Committee. District office: 1054 N. Milton Ave., Baltimore 21213; tel.
342-4414. Annapolis office: 323 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3325.


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