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JEAN W. ROESSER, Republican, District 15, Montgomery County. Member of House
of Delegates since 1987. Member, Commerce and Government Matters Committee,
1994; Special House Committee on Drug and Alcohol Abuse. Member, Constitutional
and Administrative Law Committee, 1987-90; Environmental Matters Committee,
1991-93. Member, Women Legislators of Maryland. Born in Washington, DC, May 8,
1930. Trinity College, B.A., 1951; Catholic University of America, graduate study (economics).
Former newspaper reporter. Suburban Record, Montgomery County. Member, Governor's
Energy Task Force, 1991; Commission to Save the Lighthouses, 1992-94. Alternate Delegate,
Republican Party National Convention, 1992. Former vice-president, Maryland Federation of
Republican Women. Past president, Montgomery County Federation of Republican Women;
past president, Potomac Women's Republican Club. Member, Potomac Appalachian Trail Club.
Founding member, Montgomery County Arts Council. Member, area citizens associations,
Chambers of Commerce. Former Congressional liaison assistant, U.S. Information Agency.
Married; three children. District office: 10830 Fox Hunt Lane, Potomac 20854; tel. (301)
299-9046. Annapolis office: 225 Lowe House Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (301)
858-3037, (410) 841-3037.
JAMES C. ROSAPEPE, Democrat, District 21, Prince George's County. Member of
House of Delegates since 1987; Ways and Means Committee (taxes & revenues subcom-
mittee). Past member, Joint Budget and Audit Committee; Spending Affordability
Committee; Special Joint Committee on Economic Development Strategy. Born in Rome,
Italy, May 20, 1951. Business owner. Advisory Council, Md. Committee on Federal Income
Tax Conformity, 1982. Chair, College Park Economic Development Committee, 1983-86.
Member, Prince George's Economic Development Advisors Committee, 1985. Chair, Prince
George's County Substance Abuse Advisory Council. Member, Md. Democratic State Central
Committee, 1982-86; treasurer, Prince George's Democratic Central Committee, 1985-86;
deputy chair, Md. Democratic Party, 1989 (treas., 1985-89). Bd. of directors, National Small
Business United; Antonio Gatto Lodge, Order of Sons of Italy; advisory bd., Center for National
Policy, 1986-91; American Council of Young Political Leaders; National Italian-American
Foundation Council of 1000. President, Md. Main Street Development Assoc., 1984-85.
Member, Prince George's Chamber of Commerce; Friends of Agricultural Research, Beltsville;
Berwyn District Civic Assoc., 1980. Married. District office: 8403 Patuxent Ave., College
Park 20740; tel. (301) 441-8690. Annapolis office: 210 Lowe House Office Bldg.,
21401-1991; tel. (301) 858-3114, (410) 841-3114.
SAMUEL I. (SANDY) ROSENBERG, Democrat, District 42, Baltimore City. Member,
House of Delegates since 1983; Appropriations Committee (chair, health & the environment
subcomm.; member, capital budget subcomm.); Joint Budget and Audit Committee; Joint
Committee on Health Care Delivery and Financing; Special Joint Committee on Pensions.
Past member, Spending Affordability Committee. House Chair, Joint Expenditure Study
Group on Education and Human Resources. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, May 18, 1950.
Baltimore City College; Amherst College, B.A., 1972; Columbia University Law School, J.D., 1975.
Exec. Director, Homeless Persons Representation Project, 1989-90. Adjunct Processor of Law, Uni-
versity of Baltimore School of Law, University of Maryland School of Law. Housing program
coordinator, Baltimore City Dept. of Housing & Community Development, 1975-76, 1979-81.
Square Off producer & assistant to program manager, WJZ-TV, 1976-79. Legislative assistant on
Capitol Hill. Mayor's Task Force for Liaison with General Assembly, 1980-81. Past bd. member,
Citizens Planning & Housing Assoc.; Baltimore Jewish Community Relations Council. Past mem-
ber, Md. Advisory Committee, U.S. Civil Rights Commission. Delegate, Democratic Party National
Convention, 1988. Member, New Democratic Coalition; Westside, Hampden & Dolfield Demo-
cratic Clubs; ACLU; Common Cause; Har Sinai Congregation. District office: 6615 Reister-
stown Rd., Suite 301, Baltimore 21215; tel. (410) 358-2712. Annapolis office: 320 Lowe
House Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (410) 841-3297.
RICHARD RYND, Democrat, District 11, Baltimore County. Member, House of
Delegates, 1967-74, and since 1987. Vice-Chair, Ways and Means Committee, 1994.
House Chair, Spending Affordability Committee, 1993. Member, Joint Budget and
Audit Committee, 1994. Deputy Majority Whip, 1993. Member, Appropriations
Committee, 1987-93 (health & the environment subcomm.); Joint Expenditure Study
Group on Health, Housing, Economic Development, and the Environment. Vice-Chair,
Baltimore County Delegation. Born in New York City, August 1, 1931. Attended New York
City public schools; College of William and Mary; New York University. Served in U.S. Navy,
1951-53. Licensed nursing home administrator. Fellow, American College of Nursing Home Ad-
ministrators. Twenty-year member, Baltimore County Commission on the Aging. Member, Mary-
land Nursing Home Assoc. (past president & member, board of directors). Member, Citizens
Planning and Housing Assoc.; Baltimore Assoc. for Histadrut; Chamber of Commerce; Metropoli-
tan Civic Assoc.; Safety First Club of Maryland; Airplane Owners and Pilots Assoc. Past president,
Midfield Improvement Assoc. Member, B'nai B'rith; Amicable Lodge Masons; Boy Scouts of Amer-
ica; Jewish War Veterans. Past Monarch, Yedz Grotto. Past chair, Maryland Committee for Israel
Bonds. National board chair for Israel Bonds. Former board member, Associated Jewish Charities.
Officer, Beth Tfiloh Synagogue (past board chair). Married. Annapolis office: 100 Lowe House
Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (410) 841-3521.