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LEO GREEN, Democrat, District 23. Mt. St. Mary's College, B.S.; Georgetown Univer-
sity Law School, LL.B., J.D. Attorney. Member, Maryland State and District of Columbia
Bar Associations. Veteran; American Legion. Mayor of Bowie, two terms. Member,
Governor's Employment and Training Council. Director, Patuxent District, Boy Scouts of
America; trustee, Prince George's United Way. Past member, Board of Trustees of the
State Universities and Colleges; past vice-chairman, Washington Council of Governments;
board of directors, Villa Rosa Home. Past president, Associated Catholic Charities. Past
chairman, board of visitors, Bowie State College; past general counsel, Eastern U.S. Postal
Region. Delegate and secretary, Maryland delegation, Democratic National Convention,
1976. Distinguished Alumni Award, Mt. St. Mary's College, 1979. Married; 8 children.
Member of House of Delegates, 1975-79. Member of the Senate since 1983. Member,
Finance Committee; Executive Nominations Committee. Senate Chairman, Joint Com-
mittee on the Management of Public Funds. Member, Joint Committee on Health Care
Cost Containment; Spending Affordability Committee. District office: 3123 Belair Dr.,
Bowie 20715; tel. 464-8777. Annapolis office: 212 James Bldg., 21401; tel. 858-3631.

BARBARA A. HOFFMAN, Democrat, District 42. Born in Baltimore, March 8,1940.
Forest Park High School; Towson State College, B.S., 1960; The Johns Hopkins Univer-
sity, M.L.A., 1966. Supervisor of secondary school teachers, Morgan State University,
1968-73. Executive director, Maryland Democratic Party, 1979-83. Served on boards of
various civic and philanthropic organizations. 2nd vice-president, National Association of
Jewish Legislators. Past president, Hadassah, and Maryland Committee for Children, Inc.
Co-author, Journeys in English, an English textbook. Married; 3 children. Member of the
Senate since 1983. Deputy Majority Whip. Member, Budget and Taxation Committee;
Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review (AELR); Joint
Budget and Audit Committee; Joint Committee on Pensions; Executive Nominations
Committee. Member, Commission on Aging. District office: 6609 Reisterstown Rd., Suite
104, Baltimore 21215; tel. 764-3614. Annapolis office: 308 James Bldg., 21401; tel.

PAULA COLODNY HOLLINGER, Democrat, District 11. Born in Washington, DC,
December 30, 1940. Mt. Sinai Hospital School of Nursing, New York, RN, 1961.
Registered Nurse. Governor's Task Force to Study the Crisis in Nursing; Governor's
Advisory Council on AIDS; Governor's Commission on Health Care Policy and Financing
(subcommittee on long-term care). Delegate, Democratic National Convention, 1976.
Baltimore County Comm. for Women, 1977— (secretary, 1977-78). Beth Am Synagogue;
B'nai B'rith Women; National Council of Jewish Women; Organization for Rehabilitation
& Training; NA'AMAT; Chancellor's Comm. on the Status of Women at UMBC, 1979.
Notable Americans; Who's Who of American Women; Who's Who in American Politics.
Married; 3 children. Member, House of Delegates, 1979-87; Joint Committee on Health
Care Cost Containment. Member, Senate, 1987—; Economic and Environmental Affairs
Committee (chair, health subcomm.); Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and
Legislative Review. Senate chair, Joint Committee on Federal Relations, 1988—. President,
Women's Legislative Caucus, 1986-87. Chair, Science and Technology & Resource Plan-
ning Committee, National Conference of State Legislatures, 1984— (member, National
Task Force on Long-Term Care). District office: 3708 Lanamer Rd., Randallstown 21133;
tel. 922-3926, 655-2525. Annapolis office: 206 James Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3131.

NATHAN C. IRBY, JR., Democrat, District 45. Born in Baltimore, November 7,1931.
Dunbar I ligh School; Antioch College, B.A., 1972. City councilman, Second District,
Baltimore City, 1974-82. Member, Baltimore City Planning Commission, 1976-82;
Baltimore City Energy Conservation Commission. Chairman, Urban Services Agency,
Baltimore City. Member, Air Quality Control Advisory Council, 1980; Central Maryland
Health Systems Agency, 1981-82. Member, Governor's Task Force on Food and Nutri-
tion; Governor's Housing Task Force; Task Force to Study Deaths Resulting from Building
Fires; Task Force on Investment of Pension Funds; Governor's Advisory Council on AIDS.
Member, Regional Planning Council. Member of the Senate since 1983. Member, Budget
and Taxation Committee; Rules Committee. Member, Joint Committee on Health Care
Cost Containment; Joint Study Committee on School Construction; Joint Executive/Leg-
islative Task Force on Medical Malpractice Insurance. District office: 2021 E. Biddle St.,
Baltimore 21213; tel. 675-3000. Annapolis office: 214 James Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3165.


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