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CLARENCE W. BLOUNT, Democrat, District 41, Baltimore City. Member of Senate
since 1971. Majority Leader, 1983—. Chair, Economic and Environmental Affairs Com-
mittee. Member, Legislative Policy Committee; Rules Committee; Executive Nomina-
tions Committee; Joint Budget andAudit Committee; Spending Affordability Committee;
Joint Committee on the Management of Public Funds; Joint Committee on Federal Re-
lations. Urban Affairs Committee, National Conf. of State Legislatures. Baltimore City
public schools; Morgan State College, B.A., 1950; The Johns Hopkins University, M.L.A., 1965;
Georgetown University. Educator. Served in U.S. Army, World War II (Combat Commission).
Member, Education Commission of the States; Task Force on Alzheimer's Disease and Related
Disorders, 1984-85; Governor's Commission on Teacher Salaries and Incentives, 1986-87; Task
Force on School Construction Finance, 1987; Governor's Commission on School Performance,
1987-89; Governor's Transition Team for Higher Education, 1988; Governor's Task Force on
SPECTRUM—Housing for Economic Growth, 1990; Task Force on the Charles H. Hickey, Jr.
School, 1991; Governor's Drug and Alcohol Abuse Commission, 1992—; Governor's Task Force
on School Construction, 1992—. Chair, Urban Services Commission, Baltimore City. National
Democratic Committee; Academy of Political & Social Science; Baltimore Urban League;
NAACP; Alpha Phi Alpha; Gamma Boule. Bd. of Trustees, Sinai Hospital; Western Md.
College. District office: 4811 Liberty Heights Ave., Baltimore 21207, tel. (410) 466-1197.
Annapolis office: 201 James Senate Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (410) 841-3697.
MARY H. BOERGERS, Democrat, District 17, Montgomery County. Member of
House of Delegates, 1981-90; Ways and Means Committee, 1981-88; Economic Matters
Committee, 1988-90. Member of Senate since 1991. Member, Judicial Proceedings Com-
mittee; Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and legislative Review; Special
Joint Committee on Economic Development Strategy. President, Women Legislators of
Maryland, 1990-91. Member, Labor and Commerce Committee of National Conference
of State Legislatures. Born in Hartford, Connecticut, February 19, 1946. College of St. Cath-
erine, 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 Tech-
nology Roundtable, 1983-86; Governor's Commission on Women's Health, 1993—. Member,
Montgomery County Charter Review Commission, 1977-80. Delegate, Democratic Party Na-
tional Convention, 1988, 1992. Recipient, Distinguished Service Award, Maryland Municipal
League, 1982; Hornbook Award, Montgomery County Education Association, 1984. District
office: 4417 Puller Drive, Kensington 20895; tel, (301) 564-0508. Annapolis office: 208
James Senate Office Bldg., Annapolis 21401-1991; tel. (301) 858-3134, (410) 841-3134.
F. VERNON BOOZER, Republican, District 9, Baltimore County. Member of House
of Delegates, 1971-79. Member of Senate since 1981. Minority Whip. Member, Judicial
Proceedings Committee; Executive Nominations Committee; Legislative Policy Commit-
tee; Joint Budget and Audit Committee. Member, Finance Committee, 1991-92. 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.
Member, State Advisory Council on Administrative Hearings; Governor's Task Force on Family
Law, 1991. Trial Magistrate, Baltimore County, 1967-68. Administrator of Loan Laws, State
of Maryland, 1968-69. Married, four children. District office: 614 Bosley Ave., Towson
21204; tel. (410) 828-0669. Annapolis office: 410 James Senate Office Bldg., 21401-
1991; tel. (410) 841-3706.
THOMAS L. BROMWELL, Democrat, District 8, Baltimore County. Member of
House of Delegates, 1979-83. Member of Senate since 1983. Chair, Rules Committee.
Member, Finance Committee; Executive Nominations Committee; Joint Committee on
Legislative Ethics; Joint Subcommittee on Unemployment Insurance Taxation and Charg-
ing; Senate Redistricting Subcommittee. Senate Chair, Workers' Compensation Benefit
and Insurance Oversight Committee. Member, Juvenile Services Initiative Oversight Com-
mittee, 1987; Special Joint Subcommittee on Horse Racing, 1990. Chair, Baltimore
County Delegation. Member, Southern Legislative Conf. of State Governments. Born in
Baltimore, Maryland, March 9, 1949. Baltimore Polytechnic Institute; Essex Community Col-
lege, A.A. (business), 1972. Served in Maryland Air Guard and U.S. Air Force. Member,
Interdepartmental Committee on Mandated Health Insurance Benefits; Task Force on the Char-
les H. Hickey, Jr. School, 1991. Member, Baltimore Cancer Support Group; Baltimore Co. Civic
& Social Club; Overlea-Fullerton Recreation Council; Allied Community Services; American
Legion; Catholic War Veterans; Save-A-Heart; Poly & Essex Community College Alumni
Assocs.; Md. Football Foundation; Friends of Friends, Inc. Sponsor, Handicapped Boy Scout Troop
730. Member, 8th Dist. Democratic clubs. Legislator of the Tear, Md. Assoc. of Counties, 1984.
Member, St. Joseph's Parish. Four children. District office: 12 Redfield Ct., Baltimore 21236.
Annapolis office: 215 James Senate Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (410) 841-3620.