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ELIJAH E. CUMMINGS, Democrat, District 39. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, January
18,1951. Baltimore City College; Howard University, B.S., 1973; University of Maryland
School of Law, J.D., 1976. Attorney. Member of Maryland Bar since 1976. Chief Judge,
Maryland Moot Court Board; Phi Beta Kappa; Outstanding U.S. Student Government
Leader Award, Royal Arts Society of London; Major Achievement Award for Scholastic
Accomplishment from Afro-Afwriwn newspaper; president, Bancroft Literary Society.
Member of the House of Delegates since 1983. Vice-Chairman, Constitutional and
Administrative Law Committee, 1987—. House Chairman, Workers' Compensation
Benefit and Insurance Oversight Committee, 1989—. Member, Joint Committee on
Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review. Chairman, Committee on Economic
Development, Maryland Legislative Black Caucus. Chairman Emeritus, Maryland Legisla-
tive Black Caucus. District office: 2225 St. Paul St., Baltimore 21218; tel. 366-0494.
Annapolis office; 141 Lowe House Office BIdg., 21401-1991; tel. 841-3502.

GERALD J. CURRAN, Democrat, District 43. Born March 20, 1939. Calvert Hall
College High School; University of Baltimore; University of Baltimore School of Law,
LL.B., 1963. Insurance broker. Chair, State Use Industries Advisory Committee. Past
vice-chair, Commission to Study Non-Public Special Education. Past member, Md. Task
Force on Welfare Reform. Archdiocesan Commission on the Aging. Delegate, Democratic
National Conventions, 1972, 1976, 1980. Member, Lauraville Improvement Assoc.;

Baltimore Life Underwriters; Sigma Delta Kappa Law Fraternity Alumni; Knights of
Columbus; Ancient Order of Hibernians; Friendly Sons of St. Patrick. Past chair. Annual
St. Patrick's Day Parade Committee. Director, United 3rd District Democratic Organiza-
tion. Past member, 3rd District Young Democratic Club; Unity Democratic Club. Past
director. House of Ruth. Board of Directors, Epilepsy Assoc. ofMd. Past president. Holy
Name Society. Married; five children; three grandchildren. Member of House of Delegates
since 1967. Member, Economic Matters Committee, 1990—; Joint Committee on Ad-
ministrative, Executive and Legislative Review. Past member, Judiciary Committee. Past
vice-chair. Constitutional and Administrative Law Committee; past co-chair. Special Joint
Committee on Coal Pipeline Resources; past member. Joint Legislative Committee on
Metropolitan Mass Transit. 2901 Montebello Terrace, Baltimore 21214; tel. 426-1736.
Annapolis office: 321 Lowe House Office BIdg., 21401-1991, tel. 841-3308.

ULYSSES CURRIE, Democrat, District 25. Born in Whiteville, North Carolina, July 10,
1937. North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State College, B.S., 1959; The American
University, M.A., 1968. Served in U.S. Army, 1960-63. Educator and principal in Prince
George's County, 22 years. President, Association of School Administrators and Super-
visors. Charter member, Coalition for Handicapped Children. Former vice-president,
Prince George's County Board of Directors, Association of Retarded Children. Former
board member. Southern Area Youth Services (home for runaway youth), Mental Health
Association, Pnncc George's County. Former member. Prince George's County Advisory
Council on Handicapped Children. Former member, Democratic Central Committee.
Married; one son. Member of the House of Delegates since 1987. Majority Whip. Member,
Appropriations Committee, 1990—. Former member. Ways and Means Committee.
Member, Legislative Policy Committee, 1991—; Joint Budget and Audit Committee;

Special Joint Committee on the Medical Assistance Program. District office: 7315 Calder
Dr., Capitol Heights 20743, tel. 350-3345. Annapolis office: 203 Lowe House Office
BIdg., 21401-1991; tel. 858-3076, 841-3076.

CLARENCE DAVIS, Democrat, District 45. Born in Wilkes County, Georgia, Septem-
ber 25,1942. Paul Laurence Dunbar School, Baltimore; Morgan State College, B.A., 1968;

Morgan State University, M.A., 1978. Human services delivery systems administrator/so-
cial scientist. Served in U.S. Air Force, 1960-64. Member, Interim Steering Board, Model
Cities, appointed 1968. Chairman, Executive Committee, American Legion Post 294;

member. National Association of Concerned Veterans; VFW; regional coordinator. Na-
tional Association for Black Veterans. Board of directors, NAACP, Baltimore Chapter;

member. Regional Action Committee (RAC). Former president, Association of Black
Social Workers, Baltimore. Member, Groove Phi Groove Social Fellow/ship, Inc. Member,
St. Paul Baptist Church. Married; four children. Member of the House of Delegates since
1983. Member, Ways and Means Committee, 1983—. Co-Chairman, Protocol Commit-
tee. District office: 1628 E. 32nd St., Baltimore 21218; tel. 235-9379. Annapolis office:

323 Lowe House Office BIdg., 21401-1991; tel. 841-3325.

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