IDAMAE GARROTT, Democrat, District 19. Born in Washington, DC, December 24,
1916. Western Maryland College, A.B., 1936. Montgomery County Council, 1966-74
(president, 1971, chair, planning committee, 1970-74); board member, Washington
Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, 1972-74; Washington Suburban Transit Commis-
sion, 1971-74 (chair, 1972); Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (presi-
dent, 1974; chair, land use committee, 1969-74). Chair, Solid Waste Management Agency
of Metropolitan Washington, 1969-74. Past president, Montgomery Co. League of
Women Voters, Montgomery Co. Humane Society; honorary member, Wheaton Rescue
Squad (bd. member, 1982-84). Honorary Doctor of Laws, Western Maryland College,
John Dewey Award, 1982; Humanitarian Award, Humane Society, 1983; Hornbook
Award,MontgomeryCo. Education Assoc., 1985; Md. NARFE Federation Award, 1988.
Author, Paying Our Way, Maryland State Taxes ami You. Mamed; two children, two
grandchildren. Member, House of Delegates, 1979-87. Member of Senate since 1987;
Economic and Environmental Affairs Committee (subcommittees on environment and
health). Senate Chair, Joint Committee on Federal Relations and Advisory Commission
on Fcderal-State-Local Relations. Interagency Advisory Committee for Early Childhood
Development and Education; State Advisory Council for Individuals with Disabilities.
Annapolis office: 304 James Senate Office Bidg., 21401-1991; tel. 858-3151, 841-3151.
LEO E. GREEN, Democrat, District 23. Mount St. Mary's College, B.S.; Georgetown
University School of Law, LL.B., J.D Attorney Member, Maryland State and District of
Columbia Bar Associations. Veteran, American Legion. Mayor of Bowie, two terms.
Member, Governor's Employment and Training Council. Director, Patuxent District, Boy
Scouts of America. Trustee, Pnnce George's United Way. Past member. Board ofTrustees
of the State Universities and Colleges, past vice-chairman, Washington Council of Govern-
ments; board of directors. Villa Rosa Home. Past president. Associated Catholic Charities.
Past chairman, board of visitors, Bowie State College; past general counsel. Eastern U.S.
Postal Region. Delegate and secretary, Maryland delegation, Democratic National Con-
vention, 1976. Distinguished Alumni Award, Mount St. Mary's College, 1979. Married,
eight children. Member of the House of Delegates, 1975-79. Member of the Senate since
1983. Member, Finance Committee; Executive Nominations Committee; Joint Commit-
tee on Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review, Joint Committee on Health Care
Cost Containment; Spending Affordability Committee; Tort and Insurance Reform
Oversight Committee; Special Joint Committee on Energy Pricing. District office: 3123
Belair Dr., Bowie 20715; tel. 464-8777 Annapolis office: 212 James Senate Office Bidg.,
21401-1991; tel. 858-3631.
JOHN J. HAFER, Republican, District 1. Born in Frostburg, Maryland, February 25,
1932. Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, B.S., 1954; Pittsburgh Institute of
Mortuary Science, 1958. Medic, U.S. Army. Funeral director. Member, Maryland Farm
Bureau; AUegany County Farm Bureau. Member, Cumberland Chamber of Commerce.
Past chairman. Salvation Army and American Cancer Crusade. Board member. Salvation
Army; Cumberland Youth Center. Mason Lodge, Scottish Rite 32nd degree. Tall Cedar
of Lebanon, Past Potentate, Ali Ghan Shrine Temple, Past Grand Tall Cedar, Fraternal
Order of Police; Farrady American Legion Post; Cumberland B P 0. Elks; Cumberland
Moose. Married; four children. Member of the Senate since 1991. Member, Finance
Committee; Special Joint Committee on Economic Development Strategy; Special Joint
Committee on Energy Pricing; Special Joint Committee on Pensions. District office: P.O.
Box 116, 58 Frost Ave., Frostburg 21532; tel. 689-4666. Annapolis office: 406 James
Senate Office Bidg., 21401-1991; tel. 841-3565.
LARRY E. HAINES, Republican, District 5. Born in Woodbine, Maryland, April 11,
1938. Frederick Community College. Real estate broker and appraiser. Member, City of
Westminster Housing Study Committee, 1974—, Westminster Board of Zoning Appeals,
1983-89, Carroll County Future of Agriculture Subcommittee. Member, Maryland As-
sociation of Realtors (legislative committee, 1986-90). Chairman, Carroll County Associa-
tion of Realtors Legislative Committee, 1986-90. Member, American Association of
Certified Appraisers; Carroll County Chamber of Commerce; National Federation of
Independent Businesses. Director, Bank of Maryland Carroll County. 1975 Realtor of the
Year, Carroll County Association of Realtors. Vice-Chairman, Church Council, Church of
the Open Door, Westminster. Married; four sons. Member of the Senate since 1991.
Member, Economic and Environmental Affairs Committee, Joint Committee on Federal
Relations; Advisory Commission on Federal-State-Local Relations. District office: 532
Baltimore Blvd., Westminster 21157; tel. 876-4530, 876-1616. Annapolis office: 403
James Senate Office Bidg., 21401-1991; tel 841-3683.