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CAROLYN J. B. HOWARD, Democrat, District 24. Born in DeLand, Florida, Decem-
ber 20, 1938. Florida A&M University, B.S., 1960, Bowic State College, M.Ed., 1972.
Elementary school principal. Pnncc George's Co. Democratic Committee, 1982—.
Delegate, Democratic National Convention, 1984. Professional Standards and Teacher
Education Advisory Board of State Board of Education, 1987—. National and Md. State
Associations of Elementary School Principals; National Education Assoc.; Md. State
Teachers Assoc., Prince George's Co. Educators Assoc.; Association of Curriculum
Development, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Alpha Delta Kappa Rho Chapter. National
Council of Negro Women. President, Washington, DC Chapter, FAMU Alumni Assoc.,
1988—; treasurer, National FAMU Alumni Assoc., 1986—. Distinguished Alumna
Award, National Assoc. for Equal Opportunity; Outstanding Service in Politics, Prince
George's Co. Educators Assoc., 1983; Outstanding Service in Local Community, FAMU
Alumni Assoc.; Outstanding Service, Northeast Region, 1985-87; Distinguished Alumni
Award, National Assoc. of Equal Opportunity, 1988; Counselors Advocate Award
(PGCMACD), 1988. Married, three children. Member, House of Delegates 1988-90,
1991—. Constitutional and Administrative Law Committee. Md. Legislative Black Caucus;

Women Legislators ofMd. District Office: 5611 Landover Rd., Hyattsville 20785; tel.
277-7502. Annapolis office: 204-ALowe House Office Bidg., 21401-1991; tcl. 858-3065.

W. RAY HUFF, Democrat, District 31. Born in Washington, DC, January 21, 1935.
High school, Washington, DC, Anne Arundel Community College. Served in U.S. Navy,
1952-56. Chairman, Commission to Save the Lighthouses. Commissioner, treasurer, 1st
secretary, Annc Arundel County Housing Authority. Legislative haison for Annc Arundel
County. Member, Anne Arundel County Civil Defense Committee; Anne Arundel County
Stormwatcr Management Committee. Past president. Point Pleasant Elementary PTA; Ft-
Smallwood Elementary PTA. Past president, Anne Arundel County Life Underwriters;

legislative representative, Annc Arundel County Independent Insurance Agents Assoc.;

member. Financial Planners Assoc. Past Public Education Chairman, American Cancer
Society. Coordinator, Annc Arundel County Explorer Scouts of America. Chairman, Glen
Burnie Unit, YMCA Fund Raiser. Heritage Awards and life membership, Glen Burnie
Optimists. Preservation Awards from Maryland Histoncal Trust and Anne Arundel County.
Married; four children; three grandchildren. Member of House of Delegates since 1987.
Member, Environmental Matters Committee, 1991—. Former member. Constitutional
and Administrative Law Committee. Representative appointed by Speaker to Southern
Legislative Conference. District office: 8349 Ritchie Highway, Pasadena 21122; tel.
647-1111. Annapolis office: 213 Lowc House Office Bidg., 21401-1991; tel. 841-3221.

JOHN ADAMS HURSON, Democrat, District 18. Born in Takoma Park, Maryland,
December 23, 1953 Georgetown University, B.A., 1976, Georgetown University Law
Center, J.D., 1979. Attorney; businessman. Member, Maryland State Bar Association.
Member, Montgomery County Juvenile Court Committee, 1978-80; Montgomery Coun-
ty Councilmanic Charter Redistnctmg Commission, 1982. Executive Committee,
Democratic National Committee Small Business Council, 1986. Chairman, District 18
Democratic Caucus, 1981,1988. Co-Chairman, Greater Bethesda-Chevy Chase Coalition,
1989. Executive Committee, Atlantic Association of Young Political Leaders, 1989.
Married; two children. Member of the House of Delegates since 1991. Member, Economic
Matters Committee. District office: 14 Kentbury Way, Bethesda 20814; tel. 656-6823.
Annapolis office: 224 Lowe House Office Bidg., 21401-1991, tel. 858-3046, 841-3046.

LESLIE E. HUTCHINSON, Democrat, District 6. Born in Baltimore, Maryland,
October 14,1961. Essex Community College; The Johns Hopkins University. Manage-
ment Assistant, Crime Prevention Bureau, Baltimore County Police Department. Member,
Maryland Democratic State Central Committee, 1986-90. Delegate to DemocraticNanon-
al Convention, 1988. Regional Vice-Chair, Maryland Democratic Party, 1988-90. Mem-
ber, Young Democrats of Maryland (president, 1989). Member, Bird River Democratic
Club; Riverside Democratic Club; Norris Democratic Club; Deep Creek Democratic Club.
Member, Essex Development Corp.; Essex/Middle River Optimists. Outstanding Young
Democrat of the Year, 1987. Member of the House of Delegates since 1991. Member,
Constitutional and Administrative Law Committee. District office: P.O. Box 16670, Essex,
Baltimore 21221; tel. 780-3636. Annapolis office: 303 Lowe House Office Bidg., 21401-
1991; tel. 841-3384.

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