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PHILIP C. JIMENO, Democrat, District 31, Anne Arundel County. Member of House
of Delegates, 1979-85; Appropriations Committee (education & human resources sub-
committee; law enforcement & transportation subcommittee); Joint Committee on Ju-
venile Justice. Vice-Chairman, Anne Arundel County Delegation, 1982, 1985. Member
of Senate since 1985. Member, Judicial Proceedings Committee, 1985—. Member, Joint
Committee on Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review, 1987-93. Chairman,
Anne Arundel County Senate Delegation. Born in Fairmont, West Virginia, May 28, 1947.
Attended Fairmont Senior High School; Fairmont State College, B.S. (business administration)
1969; Coppin State College, M.Ed., 1974. Member, Commission to Save the Lighthouses. Served
as Chairman, Anne Arundel County Transportation Advisory Commission. Served as Chair-
man, Anne Arundel County School Board Selection Process. Selected as the State's Attorneys'
Association Legislator of the Year for 1986. Married; two children. Annapolis office: 305 James
Senate Office Bldg., 21401-1991, tel. (410) 841-3658.
JULIAN L. LAPIDES, Democrat, District 44, Baltimore City. Member, House of Dele-
gates, 1963-67. Member, Senate since 1967. Senate Chair, Joint Budget and Audit Com-
mittee; Joint Committee on Legislative Ethics. Member, Budget and Taxation Committee
(public safety, transp., economic development & natural resources subcomm.; capital
budget subcomm.; pensions subcomm.); Legislative Policy Committee; Special Joint
Committee on Pensions; Joint Subcommittee on Program Open Space and Agricultural
Land Preservation; Joint Subcommittee on State's Capital Program; Joint Expenditure
Study Group on Law Enforcement and Transportation. Born in Baltimore, Maryland,
September 17, 1931. The Johns Hopkins University; Towson State College, B.S., 1954. Served
in U.S. Army, 1954-56. University of Maryland School of Law, LL.B., 1961. Admitted to
Maryland Bar, 1965. Member, Maryland Housing Policy Commission; State Planning Com-
mission., Hall of Records Commission; Museum Assistance Review Panel; Maryland State Arts
Council. Pres., Mt. Royal Democratic Club. Member, Peale Museum; Baltimore Museum of
Art; Walters Art Gallery; Victorian Society in America. Life member, NAACP. Bd. member,
Lillie Carroll Jackson Museum; Council, American Antiquarian Society. Past pres., Md. Kidney
Foundation; regional vice-pres., National Kidney Foundation, 1970-72. Married. District of-
fice: 807 Cathedral St., Baltimore 21201; tel. (410) 752-4519. Annapolis office: 116
Presidential Wing, James Senate Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (410) 841-3686.
GLORIA GARY LAWLAH, Democrat, District 26, Prince George's County. Member,
House of Delegates, 1987-90. Member, Senate since 1991; Economic and Environmental
Affairs Committee, Joint Committee on Investigation. Born in Newberry, South Carolina,
March 12, 1939, daughter of Eugene Calvin Gary and Erline Guess Gary. Hampton University,
B.S.; Trinity College, M.A.; George Washington University. Administrator, DC public schools.
Child Care Administration Advisory Council; Advisory Committee for Educational Block
Grants; Transp. Planning Bd., Washington Council of Governments. PG Government Review
Task Force for Public Safety (co-chair, 1982). National Hook-up of Black Women; National
Council of Negro Women (life member); NAACP; Alpha Kappa Alpha; Public Access Cable
Corp., 1980-85; Family Crisis Center, 1982-84; Coalition on Black Affairs, 1980-90; Center
for the Aging, Greater SE Community Hospital Foundation, 1985-87. Democratic State Central
Committee, 1982-86. Delegate, Democratic Party National Convention, 1984, 1992. Oxon
Hill Democrats; John Hanson Women's Democratic Club; Black Democratic Council. Hillcrest-
Marlow Planning Bd., 1982-90; National Political Congress of Black Women, 1984-90; Links;
PG Co. Alliance of Black Elected Officials; National Assoc. of Minority Political Women. PG
Co. Women's Hall of Fame. Sargent Memorial Presbyterian Church. Married; three children.
District office: 3801 24th Ave., Hillcrest Heights 20748; tel. (301) 894-3082. Annapolis
office: 307 James Senate Office Bldg, 21401-1991; tel. (301) 858-3092, (410) 841-3092.
LAURENCE LEVTTAN, Democrat, District 15, Montgomery County. House of
Delegates, 1971-74. Member, Senate since 1975. Chair, Budget and Taxation Committee,
1979—; Spending Afrbrdability Committee; Joint Committee on Income Tax Reform.
Member, Rules Committee; Legislative Policy Committee; Joint Budget and Audit Com-
mittee; Joint Committee on Management of Public Funds. Past member. Special Joint
Committee on Legislative Data Systems; Task Force on Catastrophic Liability Insurance
Fund and Reinsurance Exchange- Southern Legislative Conf. (chair, fiscal affairs & gov-
ernment operations comm.); National Conf. of State Legislatures (fiscal affairs & oversight
comm.; vice-chair, pensions comm.). Born in Washington, DC, October 22, 1933. Washing-
ton and Lee University, B.S., 1955; George Washington Law School, J.D., 1958. Admitted to
Maryland Bar, 1964. Attorney. Of Counsel, Baker & Hostetler. Vice-Chair, Md. Committee
on Federal Income Tax Conformity, 1982-83. Past member, Commission on Compensation and
Personnel Policies, 1979-86; Task Force on School Construction Finance, 1987; Task Force to
Study Revision of Inheritance and Estate Tax Laws, 1987; Advisory Council on Legal Services
to the Poor, 1987-88; Program Open Space Allocation Committee. Bd. of Directory, University
of Maryland Medical System Corp. Bd. of Trustees, Greater Washington Jewish Community
Foundation. Married. District office: 11426 Georgetowne Dr., Potomac 20854. Annapolis
office: 100 James Senate Office Bidg, 21401-1991; tel. (301) 858-3169.