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PAUL WEISENGOFF, Democrat, District 47. Bom in Baltimore, June 25, 1932.
Attended Baltimore parochial schools; University of Maryland, B.S.; Morgan State College,
M.S. Educator. Served in U.S. Army, 1954-56. Founder, Constellation Democratic Clubs.
Member, Phi Delta Kappa education fraternity; Knights of Columbus; Holy Name Society.
Married. Member of the House of Delegates since 1967. Member, Ways and Means
Committee. Past chairman, Baltimore City Delegation. District office: 1904 Griffis Ave.,
Baltimore 21230; tel. 644-6144. Annapolis office: 322 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3319.

C. LAWRENCE WISER, Democrat, District 18. Bom in Berwyn Heights, August 3,
1930. McKinley High School, Washington, D.C.; University of Maryland, B.S. (econom-
ics), 1952; George Washington University, LL.B., 1958, J.D., 1960. U.S. Air Force, 1st
Lt., 1952-54. Member, Montgomery County Commission on Aging, 1979-82. Member,
Maryland Transportation Commission, 1979-87. Chairman, Montgomery County Charter
Review Commission, 1985-86 (member, 1979-86). Member, State Board for Higher
Education, 1986-87. Delegate, Montgomery County Council of PTAs; Allied Civic Group.
Chairman, Montgomery County Tydings for Senate Campaign, 1964; co-chairman,
Sarbanes for Senate Committee, Montgomery County, 1976. Married; four children.
Member of the Senate, 1975-79; Economic Affairs Committee; Joint Committee on
Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review. Member of the House of Delegates,
1967-75, and since 1987. Member, Judiciary Committee, 1967-73; Ways and Means
Committee, 1973-75; Economic Matters Committee, 1987—. District office: 10605
Concord St., Suite 400, Kensington 20895; tel. 949-7870. Annapolis office: 223 Lowe
Bldg., 21401; tel. 858-3028,841-3028.

JOHN F. WOOD, JR., Democrat, District 28. Born in Leonardtown, January 13,1936.
Charlotte Hall Military Academy. Maryland National Guard, Sergeant, 1952-60. Owner
and operator of Wood's Food Rite since 1962. Member, St. Mary's County Park and
Recreation Board, 1979—; St. Mary's County Hospital Board, 1982—. Member, 7th
Judicial Nominating Commission, 1980-86. Board of Directors, Mid-Atlantic Food Dealers
Association, 1976-83 (president, 1980). Member,Mechanicsville Fire Department Rescue
Squad; Mechanicsville and 7th District Optimist Clubs; Mechanicsville Moose. Member,
Charles County Democratic Club; St. Mary's County Democratic Club. Married; nine
children. Member of the House of Delegates since 1987. Member, Economic Matters
Committee. District office: Route 8, Box ID, Mechanicsville 20659; tel. 884-2345,
934-9645. Annapolis office: 216 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3247,858-3247.

SYLVANIA W. WOODS, JR., Democrat, District 24. Born in Atlanta, Georgia, January
26,1954. Sidwell Friends School, Washington, D.C.; American University; University of
Maryland. Member, NAACP; Ploughmen and Fishermen; 24th Democratic Alliance;
S.C.L.C.; National Eagle Scout Association; Prince George's County Jaycees; Board of
Directors, Young Democrats. Past member, Glenarden Town Council (vice-chairman,
chairman, acting mayor); Democratic precinct chairman; Glenarden Housing Authority;
Glenarden Land Purchasing Agency; Glenarden Recreation Council. Selected Outstanding
Young Man in America, 1978-81. Selected Outstanding Legislator, Maryland Municipal
League, 1982; Future Leader of Washington, 1982; Citizen of the Year, Omega Psi Phi
Fraternity, 1983; Man of the Year, Seat Pleasant Business and Professional Women, 1986.
Unmarried. Member of the House of Delegates since 1979. Member, Constitutional and
Administrative Law Committee; Joint Committee on Federal Relations. Member, Metro-
politan Council of Governments. District office: 5611 LandoverRd.,Landover 20784; tel.
277-7503. Annapolis office: 204 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 858-3065, 841-3065.

 

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