PAULINE H. MENES, Democrat, District 21. Hunter College. Economist. Member,
Maryland State Arts Council, 1968; Commission on Aging, 1975. President, National
Order of Women Legislators, 1979-80; founder, and president, 1977-79, Women's
Network, National Conference of State Legislatures. Member, Prince George's County
Domestic Violence Task Force, 1983; Prince George's Women's Political Caucus;
League of Women Voters; B'nai B'rith Women ofPnncc George's County; College Park
Business and Professional Women; Women's Club of College Park; West College Park
Civic Association. Vice-president, Prisoners Aid Association of Maryland. Ann London
Scott Award for Legislative Excellence, 1976. College Park BPW Woman of the Year,
1978. Hunter College Hall of Fame, 1986. Prince George's County Women's Hall of Fame,
1989. Member of the House of Delegates since 1967. Chair, Special House Committee
on Drug and Alcohol Abuse. Member, Judiciary Committee, 1979; Rules and Executive
Nominations Committee, 1979. Member, Criminal Justice Committee, National Con-
ference of State Legislatures, 1987. President, Maryland Order of Women Legislators,
1975-79. District office: 3517 Marlbrough Way, College Park 20740; tel. 935-6270 or
935-5093. Annapolis office: 210 Lowe House Office BIdg., 21401-1991; tel. 858-3114.
KENNETH C. MONTAGUE, JR., Democrat, District 44. Born in Baltimore, Maryland,
August 25, 1942. Loyola High School, Towson; University of Maryland; Morgan State
College, B.A., 1967; University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1977. Attorney.
Volunteer, U.S. Peace Corps in Lesotho, South Africa, 1967-71. Member, Mayor's Energy
Conservation Commission, Baltimore City, 1982-87. Member, Appellate Judicial
Nominating Commission, 1983-86. Member, Advisory Board of the Shelter, Nutrition,
and Service Program, 1984-86 Member, Governor's Council on Adolescent Pregnancy.
Chairman, Maryland Committee for UNICEF. President, Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc.,
1983-87. Married; two children. Member of the House of Delegates since 1987. Member,
Judiciary Committee, Special House Committee on Drug and Alcohol Abuse. House
Chairman, Joint Committee on Legislative Ethics. District office: 1532 Havenwood Rd.,
Baltimore 21218, tel. 243-3904. Annapolis office: 301 Lowe House Office BIdg , 21401-
1991; tel. 841-3257.
JOHN S. MORGAN, Republican, District 13. Born in Washington, DC, December 23,
1963. Loyola College, B.S. (physics), 1984; Whiting School, The Johns Hopkms Univer-
sity, M.Sc., 1988, Ph.D. (materials science & engineering), 1990. Engineer, Materials
Science. Chairman, Citizens Advisory Committee to Howard County Board of Education.
Member, American Physical Society; Materials Research Society. Charles Miller Award,
1988. Member of the House of Delegates since 1991. Member, Constitutional and
Administrative Law Committee. District office: 9070-A Stebbing Way, Laurel 20723; tel.
604-8754. Annapolis office: 219 Lowe House Office BIdg , 21401-1991; tel. 841-3205,
LOUIS P. MORSBERGER, Democrat, District 12. Born in Baltimore, Maryland,
August 26,1929. Attended Baltimore public schools. Tavern owner. Served in U.S. Army.
Member, Task Force to Study Home Improvement Laws. Chairman, Baltimore County
Democratic State Central Committee of First District, 1966-74. Alternate delegate to
Democratic National Convention, 1968. Vice-president, Morsberger Development, Inc.
Board member, German Children's Home. Member, Ridgcway-Consolidated Democratic
Club; Catonsville Businessmen's Association, Masons; Shrine; Catonsville Hunt Club;
Catonsville Historical Society; American Legion; Elks. Married. Member of the House of
Delegates since 1975. Member, Economic Matters Committee (chairman, mortgage
broker/banker regulation subcommittee); Rules and Executive Nominations Committee.
Vice-Chairman, Baltimore County Delegation. Mailing address: 612 Hilton Ave.,
Catonsville 21228. District office: 1 Newburg Ave., Baltimore 21228; tel 747-0407.
Annapolis office: 304 Lowe House Office BIdg., 21401-1991; tel. 841-3378.