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SAMUEL C. LINTON, Democrat, District 28A. Born in Riverside, Md., August 21,
1923. Nanjemoy High School; Charles County Community College; Armed Forces
Institute, 1944-45. Served in U.S. Army Air Force, staff sergeant, 1943-46; served in
England, Belgium, Iceland, and Germany. Owner and operator of Linton Lumber Co. and
Holly Springs Farm, Inc. Member, Maryland Constitutional Convention, 1967-68; Inter-
state Commission on the Potomac River Basin, 1968-80; Charles County Economic
Development Commission, 3 years; Charles County Sanitary Commission, one year. First
chairman, Maryland Agricultural Land Preservation Foundation, 1977-82. First president,
Nanjemoy Volunteer Fire Dept.; master of local Grange; director, Farm Bureau; director,
Southern States Cooperative. Member, American Legion; VFW; Charles County Histor-
ical Society. President, Society for the Restoration of Port Tobacco. Married; five children.
Member of the House of Delegates, 1958-66, and since 1983. Member, Appropriations
Committee (subcommittee on law enforcement and transportation). Member, Joint
Legislative Committee on the MED-EVAC Program, 1986—; Joint Budget and Audit
Committee, 1987—. District office: Box 110, Holly Springs Rd., Nanjemoy 20662; tel.
246-4922. Annapolis office: 216 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3247.

GEORGE H. LITTRELL, JR., Democrat, District 4A. Born in Norfolk, Virginia, July
30,1934. Army Security Agency, 3 years. Virginia Polytechnic Institute; Atlantic Christian
College, B.S., 1958; East Carolina University, M.A., 1961; University of Maryland,
1961-65. Math teacher, guidance counselor, vice principal. Principal of Thurmont Middle
School, and Brunswick, Gov. Thomas Johnson, and Linganore High Schools. Retired
1984. Deacon, First Baptist Church. Member, Lions; Elks; JeHersonian Democratic Club;
United Democrats of Frederick County; Masonic Lodge, Shrine. Member, National and
Maryland Associations of Secondary School Principals. Member, Lewistown Fire Dept.;
Frederick County Board of Realtors; Frederick Builders Association; National Association
of Home Builders. Life member, Phi Delta Kappa. Licensed general contractor and realtor
associate. Married; three children. Member of the House of Delegates since 1983. Member,
Economic Matters Committee (unemployment insurance subcommittee); Joint Commit-
tee on Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review; Special House Committee on
Economic Development Strategy (subcommittee on entrepreneurship); Drunk and
Drugged Driving Task Force. District office: 5209 Reels' Mill Rd., Frederick 21701; tel.
662-4367. Annapolis office: 209 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3107.

DANIEL M. LONG, Democrat, District 38. Born in Somerset County, July 29, 1947.
Washington High School, Princess Anne; Salisbury State College, B.A., 1970; University
of Baltimore Law School, J.D., 1974. Attorney. Member, American, Maryland and
Worcester County (past president) Bar Associations. Member, Somerset and Wicomico
Democratic Clubs. Past president, Rehobeth Ruritan Club and Eastern Shore Chapter;
University of Baltimore Alumni Association. Member, Somerset County Historical Society;
Somerset County Farm Bureau; Assateague Mobile Sports Fisherman's Association.
Member, Manokin Presbyterian Church. Married; two children. Member of the House of
Delegates since 1983. Member, Ways and Means Committee. Vice-Chairman, Rules and
Executive Nominations Committee. House Chairman, Joint Committee on Administra-
tive, Executive and Legislative Review. Chairman, House Facilities Committee. Member,
Spending Affordability Committee; Joint Subcommittee on Death Taxes; Joint Oversight
Committee on Chesapeake Bay Critical Areas. District office: P.O. Box 220, Westover
21871; tel. 543-1300 and home tel. 651-9478. Annapolis office: 412 Lowe Bldg., 21401;
tel. 841-3433.

JOSEPH V. LUTZ, Democrat, District 35A. Born in Baltimore, May 30,1948. Calvert
Hall High School; Towson State University, B.S., 1970; The Johns Hopkins University,
M.S., 1979. Served in Maryland National Guard, 1970-73; U.S. Army Reserve, captain,
1973-79. Member, State Development Council Task Force. Member, Forest Hill Recre-
ation Council; several 35th District Democratic Clubs; co-coordinator, Cedarwood Neigh-
borhood Watch Program. Member of family-owned lumber and hardware business,
1966-74. Teacher, Baltimore City public schools, 1970-79. Presently account manager,
Digital Equipment Corp. Married to the former Joyce Petr; two children. Member of the
House of Delegates since 1983. Vice-Chairman, Economic Matters Committee (member,
unemployment insurance subcommittee; health insurance subcommittee; savings and loan
subcommittee; chairman, workforce training subcommittee). Member, Maryland Legisla-
tive Information System (MLIS) Steering Committee. District office: 1604 Churchville
Rd., Bel Air 21014; tel. 838-0900. Annapolis office: 151 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel.


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