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BENNETT BOZMAN, Democrat, District 38. Born in Norfolk, Virginia, May 8,1936.
Washington High School, Princess Anne; University of Maryland School of Pharmacy,
B.S., 1961. U.S. Coast Guard, 1961-69. Pharmacist. Member, Democratic State Central
Committee, Worcester County, 1974-78. Member, Worcester County Board of County
Commissioners, 1978-90. President, Maryland Association of Counties, 1990. Member,
Maryland Pharmaceutical Association; Eastern Shore Pharmaceutical Association; Wor-
cester County Farm Bureau. Eagle Scout. Member, Salisbury Elks Club; Ocean City
Veterans of Foreign Wars; Ocean CityMarlin Club; Ducks Unlimited. Former member,
Berlin Lions Club; Berlin-Ocean CityJaycees; Berlin Chamber of Commerce. Life member,
University of Maryland Alumni Association. Recipient, Bowl of Hygeia for State of
Maryland, 1989, from Berlin Fire Company for 20 years active service. Married; two
children. Member of the House of Delegates since 1991. Member, Constitutional and
Administrative Law Committee, 1991—. District office: 103 Cedar Ave., Berlin 21811;

tel. 641-2221. Annapolis office: 413 Lowe House Office Bidg, 21401-1991; tel. 841-

STEPHEN J. BRAUN, Democrat, District 28A. Bom in Sl. Petersburg, Florida, July
14, 1951. Wake Forest University, B.A., 1973; Wake Forest University School of Law,
J.D., 1975. Attorney. Member, Maryland State Bar Association; Charles County Bar
Association (president); American Trial Lawyers Association. State's Attorney for Charles
County. Director, Charles County Economic Development Commission. Member, Charles
County Democratic Central Committee. Former Chairman, Charles County Children's
Aid Society; Physicians Memorial Hospital Response Committee. Former director, Charles
County Crime Solvers, Inc.; Charles County Sexual Assault Center, Inc.; Charles County
Bicentennial Committee. Past president, Maryland State's Attorneys' Association. Member,
Charles County Chamber of Commerce; Rotary Club of Charles County. Selected as One
of Outstanding Young Men of America, 1981, 1984; as One of Five Outstanding Young
Marylanders, 1982. Governor's Citation for service to Governor's Task Force on Victim
Services, 1985. Married; two children. Member of the House of Delegates since 1991.
Member, Constitutional and Administrative Law Committee. District office: P.O. Box
2037, Waldorf 20604; tel. 932-5812. Annapolis office: 216 Lowc House Office Bidg.,
21401-1991; tel. 858-3247,841-3247.

GERRY L. BREWSTER, Democrat, District 9. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, September
6,1957. Princeton University, A.B., cum laude, 1979. University ofNotre Dame/London
(law program). University of Baltimore School of Law, J.D., 1984. Admitted to Maryland
Bar, 1985. Attorney. Assistant to U.S. Senator Charles McC. Mathias, 1979-81. Law clerk
for Judge William R. Buchanan, Baltimore County Circuit Court, 1984-85. Assistant State's
Attorney for Baltimore County, 1985-88. Executive Assistant and Education Liaison to
Baltimore County Executive; Assistant County Attorney and Legal Counsel to Baltimore
County Liquor Board, 1988-90. Executive Director, Young Democrats ofMd., 1987-88.
Delegate, Democratic National Convention, 1988. Board of Trustees, Gilman School; St-
Joseph Hospital Foundation; Maryland State Fair. Board of Directors, Towson Jaycees,
1987-88. Co-Chairman, 11th Annual Towson Town Meeting, 1987. Member, Towson
Transit Center Task Force, 1987. Board of Governors, Neighborhood Association. Rep-
resentative, 9th District Community Association Advisory Committee, 1989-90. Licensed
steeplechase jockey and horse trainer, 1984-90. Delegate to Great Britain, American
Council of Young Political Leaders, 1988. One of Ten Outstanding Young Marylanders,
Md. Jaycees, 1989. Member of the House of Delegates since 1991. Member, Judiciary
Committee, 1991—. District office: 527 Allegheny Ave., Towson 21204; tel. 821-1991.
Annapolis office: 308 Lowe House Office Bidg., 21401.1991; tel. 841-3359.

MICHAEL ERIN BUSCH, Democrat, District 30. Born in Baltimore, Maryland,
January 4, 1947. St. Mary's High School, Annapolis; Temple University, B.S., 1970.
Teacher and coach, St. Mary's High School, 1973-79. Administrator for youth athletics,
Anne Arundel County, 1979—. Member, State Commission on Physical Fitness. Coach
of the Year (football), 1978; Man of the Year, 1982, Anne Arundel County Lacrosse
Association. Unmarried. Member of the House of Delegates since 1987. Member,
Economic Matters Committee, 1991—. Former member. Judiciary Committee. District
office: 718 BroadmoorAve., Annapolis 21401-1991; tel. 263-0500. Annapolis office: 212
Lowe House Office Bidg., 21401-1991; tel. 841-3211.

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