JOAN CADDEN, Democrat, District 31. Born in Baltimorc,Maryland, August 17,1941.
Brooklyn Park High School; Marinello Comer School of Cosmetology, 1967-69. Owner
and operator of cosmetology business. Member, Annc Arundel County Board of Education,
1983-88 (vice-president, 1986-88). Member for Large Districts, Steering Committee,
National School Board Association, 1985-88. Chair, Local Advisory Council for Vocational
Education, 1988-90 (member, 1984-90). Member, Anne Arundel County Commission
for Women, 1988-90. Vice-President, Greater Brooklyn Park Council. Legislative Chair-
man, Anne Arundel County Council ofPTAs. Secretary and public relations chairman for
Board of Directors, Sheltered Workshop. Member, Stoney Creek Democratic Club; Roland
Terrace Democratic Club; Lake Shore Democratic Club; Ploughman and Fisherman of
Annc Arundel County; League of Women Voters. Active in Olde Brooklyn Park Improve-
ment Association. Honorary life member, Maryland Congress of Parents and Teachers,
Inc. Married; four children. Member of the House of Delegates since 1991. Member,
Constitutional and Administrative Law Committee, 1991—.District office: 111 Cedar Hill
Rd., BrooklynPark 21225; tcl. 789-1914. Annapolis office: 213 Lowc House Office BIdg.,
21401-1991; tel. 841-3217.
PETER G. CALLAS, Democrat, District 2B. Born in Hagcrstown, Maryland, February
15,1926. Western Maryland College, B.A., 1949,M.Ed., 1955; University of Stockholm,
Sweden, diploma, 1950; Columbia University; George Washington University, Ed.D.,
1972. Retired School Administrator; Adjunct Professor, George Washington University.
U.S. Navy, World War II, Southwest Pacific, 1944-46; Korean Campaign, 1951-52.
Member & President, Washington County elected Board of Education, 1978-82. Education
Consultant, Nigeria, 1965-67. President, Selective Service Bd., 1975. Trustee, Maryland
Council on Economic Education. Member, Task Force on Alzhcimcr's Disease and Related
Disorders; Coordinating Council on Alzhcimer*s Disease and Related Disorders; Tri-Coun-
ty Council for Western Maryland; Health Systems Agency of Western Maryland; Council
on Early Childhood Development; Citizen Advisory Board, Western Maryland Hospital
Center. Member, BPOE jf(378; VFW; American Legion; American Veterans; Moose.
Member, Washington County Association for Retarded Citizens; Citizens for Protection
of Washington County; Washington County-Maryland Heritage Committee. Married.
Member of House of Delegates since 1983; Constitutional and Administrative Lav/
Committee, 1983—; Joint Committee on Federal Relations; Joint Committee on Legisla-
tive Ethics. Chairman, Washington County Delegation. District office: 35 Day View Dr.,
Hagerstown 21740; tel. 739-0212. Annapolis office: 423 Lowe House Office BIdg.,
21401-1991; tel. 841-3449.
JAMES W. CAMPBELL, Democrat, District 42. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, March
14,1947. Sevema Park High School; University of Baltimore, B.A., 1969; University of
Maryland School of Social Work, M.S.W., 1976. Social worker. Member, Task Force to
Study the Funding of Special Education; State Development Council Task Force;
Governor's Task Force on Food and Nutrition. Active in community affairs. Board member,
Maryland Food Committee; Fellowship of Lights; ASSERT. Author of articles mSalrimm
Sliflpapen on the elderly, community organizations in Baltimore, and zero base budgeting.
Member of the House of Delegates since 1979. Member, Ways and Means Committee,
1986—. District office: 1329 1/2 W. 41st St., Baltimore 21211; tel. 243-1942. Annapolis
office: 320 Lowe House Office BIdg., 21401-1991; tel. 841-3297.
JOEL CHASNOFF, Democrat, District 14A. Born in Uncasville, Connecticut, July 18,
1936. Univ. of Connecticut, B.A., 1957; Georgetown Univ. Law Center, J.D., 1964.
Admitted to District of Columbia Bar, 1965, Maryland Bar, 1970. Member, Md. State,
Montgomery Co. & District of Columbia Bar Associations. Intelligence officer, U.S. Army
Security Agency, 1958-61; special projects officer, U.S. Civil Service Commission, 1961-
65; trial & appellate attorney. Office of the Solicitor, U.S. Department of Labor, 1965-68.
Former chairman & current member. Board of Directors, MGHHSI, Inc., & Board of
Directors, Montgomery General Hospital. Board member. Friends of Oiney Theatre. Past
president. Tamarack Triangle Civic Assoc.; William Tyier Page PTA. Former bd. member,
Comm. for Public Schools, Montgomery Muscular Dystrophy Assoc.; National Health
Lawyers Assoc. Three children. Member of House of Delegates since 1975. Vice-Chair-
man, Judiciary Committee. Vice-Chairman, Montgomery County Delegation, 1985-86.
House Chairman, Joint Committee on Legislative Ethics, 1987-90. Chairman, Bi-County
Committee, 1987-89. House Chairman, Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive
and Legislative Review, 1989-90. Chairman, Transportation Committee of Southern
Legislative Conference, 1987-89. Executive Committee, Southern Legislative Conference,
1990—. District office: P.O. Box 1000, 17904 Georgia Ave., OIney 20830-1000; tel
924-4200. Annapolis office: 121 Lowe House Office BIdg., 21401-1991; tel. 858-3488