JEAN W. ROESSER, Republican, District 15. Born in Washington, DC, May 8,1930.
Sacred Heart Academy, Washington, DC; Trinity College, B.A., 1951; Catholic Univer-
sity, graduate study (economics). Former newspaper reporter, Suburban Record, Montgom-
ery County. Member, Potomac Appalachian Trail Club. Former vice-president, Maryland
Federation of Republican Women. Past president, Montgomery County Federation of
Republican Women; past president, Potomac Women's Republican Club. Founding
member, Montgomery County Arts Council. Member, West Montgomery and German-
town Citizens Associations. Member, Gaithersburg and Upper Montgomery, Potomac and
Germantown Chambers of Commerce. Former Congressional liaison assistant, U.S.
Information Agency. Married; three children. Member of the House of Delegates since
1987. Member, Constitutional and Administrative Law Committee; Special Committee
on Drug and Alcohol Abuse. Member, Women Legislators of Maryland. District office:
10830 Fox Hunt Lane, Potomac 20854; tri. 299-9105. Annapolis office: 220 Lowe Bldg.,
21401; tel. 858-3090, 841-3090.
JAMES C. ROSAPEPE, Democrat, District 21. Bom in Rome, Italy, May 20, 1951.
Business owner. Member, Advisory Council to Maryland Committee on Federal Income
Tax Conformity, 1982. Member, Maryland Democratic State Central Committee, 1982-
86. Chair, College Park Economic Development Committee, 1983-86. Co-Chair, Small
Business Subcommittee and chair, Housing Subcommittee, 1986—, Prince George's
Economic Development Advisory Committee, 1985-86. Treasurer, Prince George's Dem-
ocratic Central Committee, 1985-86. Treasurer, Maryland Democratic Party, 1985—.
Chair, County Executive's Citizens Against Drugs Advisory Board, Prince George's
County, 1988—. Member, board of directors, National Small Business United; Antonio
Gatto Lodge, Order Sons of Italy; advisory board, Center for National Policy; American
Council of Young Political Leaders; National Italian-American Foundation Council of
1000. President, Maryland Main Street Development Association, 1984-85. Member,
Prince George's Chamber of Commerce; Friends of Agricultural Research, Beltsville;
Berwyn District Civic Association, 1980—. Married. Member of the House of Delegates
since 1987. Member, Ways and Means Committee. District office: 8403 Patuxent Ave.,
College Park 20740; tel. 441-8690. Annapolis office: 210 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel.
SAMUEL I. (SANDY) ROSENBERG, Democrat, District 42. Born in Baltimore, May
18, 1950. Graduated Baltimore City College, 1968; Amherst College, B.A., 1972;
Columbia University Law School, J.D., 1975. Housing program coordinator, Baltimore
City Department of Housing and Community Development, 1975-76,1979-81. "Square
OfF" producer and assistant to program manager, WJZ-TV, 1976-79; legislative assistant
on Capitol Hill. Member, Mayor's Task Force for Liaison with the General Assembly,
1980-81. Member, State Commission on Hereditary Disorders, 1983—. Past board
member, Citizens Planning and Housing Association; Baltimore Jewish Community
Relations Council. Past member, Maryland Advisory Committee, U.S. Civil Rights Com-
mission. Baltimore Alumni Admission Coordinator, Amherst College. Member, New
Democratic Coalition; Westside, Hampden and Doifield Democratic Clubs; ACLU;
Common Cause; Har Sinai Congregation. Unmarried. Member of the House of Delegates
since 1983. Member, Appropriations Committee (vice-chairman, subcommittee on health
and the environment; member, subcommittee on capital budget). Member, Spending
Aflfordability Committee; Joint Budget and Audit Committee. District office: 6609
Reisterstown Rd., Baltimore 21215; tel. 764-3614. Annapolis office: 320 Lowe Bldg.,
21401; tel. 841-3297.
CHARLES J. RYAN, Democrat, District 23. Born in Southbridge, Massachusetts,
September 15,1936. Graduate of Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown Univer-
sity, B.S.F.S., 1958; University of Maryland, M.A., 1974; Program for Senior Executives,
John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. College professor. Vice-
Chairman, State Democratic Party, Maryland, 1976-78. Board member, Prince George's
County Economic Development Corporation. Member, Prince George's County Mental
Health Association; Prince George's County Board of Education Superintendent's Advisory
Council for Business and Industry. Married; two children. Member of the House of
Delegates since 1978. Chairman, Appropriations Committee (capital budget subcommit-
tee). Co-Chairman, Special House Committee on Economic Development Strategy;
Special Joint Committee on Medical Assistance Program. Member, Joint Committee on
Health Care Cost Containment; Spending Affordability Committee; Rules and Executive
Nominations Committee; Legislative Policy Committee (management subcommittee);
House Facilities Committee; Juvenile Services Initiative Oversight Committee; Special
Joint Committee on the State's Capital Program. District office: tel. 262-5659. Annapolis
office: 131 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 858-3407, 841-3407.