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STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEES
Trie two main political parties in Maryland are each governed by a scare central committee. The state central
committee is composed of the members of the central committee of the party for the counties and Baltimore City
Each political party functions under its own constitution and bylaws (Code 1957,Ait. 33, sees. 11-1 through 11-3).
DEMOCRATIC STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF MARYLAND
Nathan Landow, Chairperson
Vera P. Hall, Vice-Chairfierson
Agnes Welch, Secretary
Thomas T. Koch, Treasurer
Thomas Cowley, Executive Director
National Committeefiersons: Clarence W Blount; Lanny J. Davis; Juanita Miller.
'Regional Chairpersons: Kenneth Pippin (AnneArundel County); Thomas Driscoll, James C. Dugent,
Timothy O'Malley, Michele L. Rosenberg (Baltimore City)-, Carol Allen, Dianc DeCarlo, Kevin
Kamenetz (Baltimore County), Dennis Beard, Kathryn Mann (Central Maryland); Nancy C. Voss
(Eastern Shore); Marc Ginsberg, Kenneth Reichard, Myrna Rosen-Byer (Montgomery County);
Virginia Burnette, Joel D. Rozner, Howard Stone, Jr. (Prince George's County); Cecil Short
(Southern Maryland); Mary Jane Stakem (Western Maryland).
William Woodcock (President), David Olstein, Toung Democrats of Mary land
Maybelle Jones, United Democratic Women's Clubs of Maryland
Joseph Sander, General Counsel
Terms expire 1994.
224 Main St.
Annapolis, MD 21401 280-2300
The governing body of the Maryland Democratic Pasty is the Democratic State Central Committee.
Committee members are elected from their respective county or legislative district or are honorary members
(nonvoting) designated by the Committee. Honorary members may include elected Democratic officials such
as the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Comptroller, U.S. Senator, or U.S. Representative.
Honorary memberships also may be extended to former Democratic governors and representatives of the
'Young Democrats of Maryland, the United Democratic Vfomen's Clutas of Maryland, Maryland members of
the Democratic National Committee and any others so designated by the State Central Committee.
Local Democratic central committees are elected by local voters in each gubernatorial primary election.
Members serve four-year terms. A member of a local Democratic central committee must be a registered
Democratic voter and a bona fide resident of the county or legislative district represented. Any qualified
person may run for the office by filing a candidacy with the local Board of Supervisors of Elections.
LOCAL CENTRAL COMMITTEES
Mary Jane Stakem, Chairperson
Dianna Denham-Parks; Clarence Pansier; David A.
Goad; Edward Malloy; John McGreevy; James J.
Mary Ann Love, Dist. 32, Chairperson
Dist. 29: John Eldridge, Jr.; Susie Jablinske;
Madeleine Wmegrad. Dist. 31: Grant Acker; Elmer
Dunn; William Waldecker. Dist. 32: Daryl Jones;
Kenneth Pippin. Dist. 33: William Buriison; Sylvia
Agnes Welch, Dist. 41, Chairperson
Dist. 39: Daisy Bradford; ElaineMcCloud; Clarence
M. Mitchell IV; Jeffrey Paige; T. Michael Scales. Dist.
40: MaryB. Adams; Helen Bradford; MaryConway;
Tyrone Johnson; Stephanie Rawlings. Dist. 41: Earl
C. Banks; Clarence W. Blount; Vera P. Hall;
Margaret H. Murphy. Dist. 42: Alan Abramowitz;
Barbara A. Hofiman; Shiriey Pulliam; Michele L.