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CLARENCE W. BLOUNT, Democrat, District 41. Attended Baltimore City pubkc
schools; Morgan State College, B.A., 1950; The Johns Hopkins University, M.L.A., 1965;

Georgetown University. Educator. Served in World War II; awarded Combat Commission.
Member, Education Commission of the States; Southern Regional Education Board.
Member, National Democratic Committee. Member, Academy of Political and Social
Science; Baltimore Urban League, NAACP; Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity; Gamma Boule
Fraternity. Member, board of trustees, Sinai Hospital; Western Maryland College. Mem-
ber, Urban Affairs Committee, National Conference of State Legislatures. Chairman,
Urban Services Commission, Baltimore City. Member, Task Force on Alzheimer's Disease
and Related Disorders. Member of the Senate since 1971- Majority Leader since 1983.
Chairman, Economic and Environmental Affairs Committee. Member, Executive Nomina-
tions Committee; Rules Committee; Legislative Policy Committee; Joint Budget and Audit
Committee; Joint Committee on Federal Relations; Spending Affbrdability Committee;

Joint Committee on the Management of Pubhc Funds. District office: 4811 Liberty Heights
Ave., Baltimore 21207; tel. 466-1197. Annapolis office: 201 James Senate Office BIdg.,
21401-1991; tel. 841-3697.

MARY H. BOERGERS, Democrat, District 17. Born in Hartford, Connecticut,
February 19, 1946. College of St. Catherine, St. Paul, Minnesota, B.A., 1968; Catholic
University of America, M.A. (American history), 1970. Former history teacher, Rockville
High School. Member, Governor's High Technology Roundtable, Labor and Commerce
Committee of National Conference of State Legislatures. Member, Montgomery County
Charter Review Commission, 1977-80. Recipient, Distinguished Service Award, Maryland
Municipal League, 1982; Hornbook Award, Montgomery County Education Association,
1984. Member of the House of Delegates, 1981-90. Member, Ways and Means Commit-
tee, 1981-88; Economic Matters Committee, 1988-90. President, Women Legislators of
Maryland, 1990— (president-elect, 1989-90). Member of the Senate since 1991.Member,
Judicial Proceedings Committee; Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and
Legislative Review; Special Joint Committee on Economic Development Strategy. District
office: 4417 Puller Drive, Kensington 20895; tel 564-0508. Annapolis office: 208 James
Senate Office BIdg., Annapolis 21401-1991; tel. 858-3134, 841-3134.

F. VERNON BOOZER, Republican, District 9. Born in Norfolk, Virginia, January 30,
1936. South Norfolk High School; Duke University, A.B., 1958; University of Maryland
School of Law, J.D., 1964, Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1964. Attorney. Trial Magistrate,
Baltimore County, 1967-68. Administrator of Loan Laws, State of Maryland, 1968-69.
Married; four children. Member of the House of Delegates, 1971-79. Member of the Senate
since 1981. Minority Whip. Former member. Judicial Proceedings Committee. Member,
Finance Committee, 1991—; Executive Nominations Committee; Legislative Policy Com-
mittee; Joint Budget and Audit Committee; Special Joint Committee on Energy Pricing.
District office: 614 Bosley Ave , Towson 21204; tel. 828-0669. Annapolis office: 410
James Senate Office BIdg , 21401-1991; tel. 841-3706.

THOMAS L. BROMWELL, Democrat, District 8. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, March
9, 1949. Baltimore Polytechnic Institute; Essex Community College, A.A. (business),
1972. Restaurant owner. Served in Maryland Air Guard and U.S. Air Force. Member,
Overlca-Fullerton Recreation Council, A.O. Civic Club. Sponsor, Handicapped Boy Scouts
Troop 730. Member, Nottingham Woods Community Association; Allied Community
Services; American Legion, Catholic War Veterans; Save-A-Heart; Poly Alumni Associa-
tion; Essex Community College Alumni Association; Maryland Football Foundation;

ACYPL; Friends of Friends, Inc. Member of a number of Democratic clubs in 8th District-
Elected Legislator of the Year by Md. Association of Counties, 1984. Member, St. Joseph's
Parish. Two sons. Member of the House of Delegates, 1979-83. Member of the Senate
since 1983. Majority Whip, 1987-1990. Chairman, Rules Committee. Member, Finance
Committee; Executive Nominations Committee; Joint Committee on Legislative Ethics;

Special Joint Subcommittee on Horse Racing; Special Joint Committee on Energy Pricing
Co-Chairman, Workers' Compensation Benefit and Insurance Oversight Committee.
Chairman, Baltimore County Senate Delegation. Member, Southern Legislative Council
of State Governments. District office: 7503 Belair Rd., 2nd floor, Baltimore 21236; tel.
665-5470. Annapolis office: 215 James Senate Office BIdg., 21401-1991; tel. 841-3620.

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