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GERALD W. WINEGRAD, Democrat, District 30. Born in Baltimore, September 9,
1944. Western Maryland College, B.A., 1966; University of Maryland Law School, J.D.,
1969. Attorney. Counsel to National Wildlife Federation, Washington, DC, 1969-70.
U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General's Corps, 1970-74, Military Judge. Commander in Naval
Reserve. Vice-Chairman, State Commission on the Capital City. Member, Chesapeake Bay
Commission; Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee; Governor's Council on Child Abuse
and Neglect. Selected Outstanding Young Annapolitan, 1976; Conservation Legislator of
the Year by the Maryland Wildlife Federation, 1981, and Clean Water Action Project, 1985.
Selected Legislator of the Year by Solar Action of Maryland (1982), by Anne Arundel
County Psychological Association (1981), by District 3 of Maryland Nurses Association
(1983), by Maryland Public Health Associa tion (1987),and by Audubon Naturalist Society
(1988). Awarded Certificate of Merit by Common Cause, 1984. Selected Outstanding
Conservationist by Sierra Club, 1985. Married; 3 daughters. Member of the House of
Delegates, 1978-83. Member of the Senate since 1983. Member, Economic and Environ-
mental Affairs Committee (chairman, environment subcommittee). Member, Joint Com-
mittee on Chesapeake Bay Critical Areas. District and Annapolis office: 401 James Bldg.,
Annapolis 21401; tel. 841-3578.

ALBERT RUSSELL WYNN, Democrat, District 25. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
September 10,1951. Du Val High School, Glendale; University of Pittsburgh, B.S., 1973;
Georgetown University Law School, J.D., 1977; Howard University Graduate School of
Political Science. Attorney. Member, Maryland Bar since 1979. Exec. Director, Prince
George's County Consumer Protection Commission, 4 and 1/2 years; intern, U.S. State
Department, African Regional Affairs, summer 1972, 1973. Chair, Black American Law
Student Assoc., Georgetown Univ.; president, Metropolitan Washington Council of
Consumer Agencies; NAACP legal assistance program; board, Consumer Credit Counsel-
ing Service. Coalition on Black Affairs (COBA); Ford Motor Co. Consumer Appeals Board;
Voter Registration & Education Coalition; Franklin Bourne Law Club; Kappa Alpha Psi
Fraternity. Married to former Alice "Nikki" Johnson. Member, House of Delegates,
1983-87; Ways and Means Committee. Member, Senate since 1987; Judicial Proceedings
Committee; Joint Committee on Federal Relations; Drunk and Drugged Driving Task
Force. Governor's Task Force on Violence and Extremism. Delegate, Democratic National
Convention, 1984, 1988. First Vice-Chairman, Md. Legislative Black Caucus, 1988.
District office: 8700 Central Ave., #306, Landover 20785; tel. 350-5055. Annapolis office:
302 James Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3127; Washington metro area tel. 858-3127.

THOMAS M. YEAGER, Democrat, District 13. Born September 27,1936. University
of Maryland, B.S.E.E., 1963; American University, M.B.A., 1969. District sales manager,
Hewlett Packard. Served in U.S. Air Force, 1954-57. Member, Task Force on Child Abuse
and Neglect; Korean War Memorial Commission. Member, Howard County Council,
1974-82. Past president, University of Maryland Howard County Alumni Association.
Member, Clarksville Lions; Howard County Stridcrs; Howard County Bee Keepers
Association; Terrapin Club; American Legion Post 60, Laurel; VFW Post 7472, Ellicott
City; Loyal Order of the Moose 1504, Laurel. Married; 2 children. Member of the Senate
since 1983. Member, Judicial Proceedings Committee. Chairman, Select Committee no.
5, Howard County. District office: 7437 Cherry Tree Dr., Fulton 20759; tel. 725-6957.
Annapolis office: 404 James Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3572.

LARRY YOUNG, Democrat, District 39. Born in Baltimore, November 25, 1949.
Attended Baltimore public schools; University of Maryland. Urban environmentalist.
Chairman, Governor's Commission on Black and Minority Health. Member, Governor's
Task Force on Hazardous Waste Initiatives; Maryland Committee for Children and Youth,
1969-72. Chairman, Board of Directors, Citizens Democratic Action Organization, Inc.,
1976; president, Baltimore Urban Environment Chapter, IWLA, 1978, NAACF.
Former newspaper columnist for the Afro-American. Received "Public Service Award,"
MPIRG, 1978; Statesman Award, Baltimore Baptist Ministers' Conference, 1977; NAEE
Annual Award, 1976; Afro- American Newspaper Honor Roll Award, 1971; president,
Center for Urban Environmental Studies, Inc., 1978-83. Health Committee chairman,
National Black Caucus of State Legislators Secretariat, 1979—. Unmarried. Member of
the House of Delegates, 1975-87. House Chairman, Joint Committee on Administrative,
Executive and Legislative Review. Member, Environmental Matters Committee (chairman,
1983-87); Joint Committee on Health Care Cost Containment. Chairman, Baltimore City
Delegation. Member of the Senate since 1988. Member, Judicial Proceedings Committee.
District office: 516 N. Charles St., Suite 1-B, Baltimore 21201; tel. 728-0062. Annapolis
office: 405 James Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3612.

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