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CHARLES W. KOLODZIEJSKI, Democrat, District 31. Born in Baltimore, November
4,1927. Southern High School. Production supervisor. Served in Army of Occupation in
the Philippines, 1946-47; received Army of Occupation Medal, World War II Victory
Medal. Chairman, Anne Arundel County State Central Committee, 1982-83. Member,
Cox Creek Sewer Facility Plan Committee, 1981—. Past President (6 terms), Powerful
Stoney Creek Democratic Club. Member, Lake Shore, Roland Terrace, Severna Park, and
33rd District Democratic Clubs. Member, American Legion; VFW; Curtis Bay Athletic
Club. Married; five children. Member of House of Delegates since 1983. Member,
Economic Matters Committee. District office: 168 Carvel Beach Rd., Baltimore 21226;
tel. 255-5118. Annapolis office: 213 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3217.

NANCY K. KOPP, Democrat, District 16. Born in Coral Gables, Florida, December 7,
1943. Wellesley College, B.A., cum laude; University of Chicago, M.A., Ph.D. studies.
National Defense Education Fellow. Political scientist. Member, Commission on Excellence
in Higher Education; Task Force on Student Financial Aid; Commission on Compensation
and Personnel Policies. Chairperson, Legislative Study Group, 1977-78. Treasurer, Mary-
land Order of Women Legislators, 1975-79. Chair, Committee on Fiscal Aftairs and
Oversight, National Conference of State Legislatures. Member, Women's Suburban Dem-
ocratic Club; Women's National Democratic Club; League of Women Voters; AAUW;
American Jewish Committee. Outstanding Young Woman of Maryland, 1978. Awards and
citations from AAUW; Md. Victim Advocacy Network; Md. Independent Colleges and
Universities; Md. Classified Employees Assoc. Married; two children. Member of House
of Delegates since 1975. Assistant Majority Leader. Member, Appropriations Committee
(chairman, subcommittee on education and human resources). Vice-Chairman, Montgom-
ery County Delegation. Member, Joint Budget and Audit Committee; Joint Committee
on Management of Public Funds. District office: 6301 Dahlonega Rd., Bethesda 20816;
tel. 229-0385. Annapolis office: 222-B Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3001; Washington
metro area: 858-3001.

BARBARA OSBORN KREAMER, Democrat, District 34. Born December 8, 1948,
native of Aberdeen. Washington College, B.A., 1970; The Johns Hopkins University,
M .L.A., 1975; University of Maryland School of Law. Member, Harford County Council,
1978-82; Maryland Commission for Women, 1977-85. President, Maryland Association
of Elected Women, 1985; Member, Regional Planning Council; National Association of
Counties Labor and Employee Benefits Steering Committee, 1979-82; Historic Site Survey
Committee of the Aberdeen Appearance and Preservation Committee. President, Harford
County Child Protection Council, 1981. Member, Harford County Board of Estimates,
1979. Bel Air High School English and Creative Writing teacher, 1971-76. Democratic
National Convention Delegate, 1988. Member, AAUW; NOW; NAACP; LWV; NEA;
UMAB International Law Society; various Democratic dubs. Listed in Who's Who in
American Colleges and Universities; Outstanding Toung Women of America. Married; two
children. Member of the House of Delegates since 1983. Member, Constitutional and
Administrative Law Committee (chairperson, procurement workgroup). District office:
118 W. Bel Air Ave., Aberdeen 21001; tel. 575-7034. Annapolis office: 326 Lowe Bldg.,
21401; tel. 841-3289.

DONALD E. LAMB, Democrat, District 30, Born in Detroit, Michigan, October 29,
1948. Attended Michigan public schools; Oakland Community College, Michigan. Served
in U.S. Army, 1966-69. Small businessman. Past commissioner, Anne Arundel County
Housing Authority. Member, Transition Team for new Anne Arundel County Department
of Aging, 1982. Past member, Democratic State Central Committee. Member, Broadneck
Democratic Club; Stoney Creek Democratic Club; Lake Shore Democratic Club. Member,
Cape St. Claire Improvement Association; PTA; Recreational Council. Founder, Broad-
neck Youth Support Group (now the Chemical People). Member, Jaycees; Elks, Broadneck
Lodge 2608. Member of the House of Delegates since 1987. Member, Constitutional and
Administrative Law Committee. Annapolis office: 212 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3211.



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