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Maryland Manual, 1994-95
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812 /State Central Committees

pledged party and elected officials; and pledged
at-large delegates.
Delegates Elected by Voters. Forty-four delegates
and eight alternates were elected directly by the
registered Democratic voters in the March 3,1992
primary election. The delegates and alternates were
apportioned among Maryland's eight congressional
districts according to a formula based on popula-
tion and the average of the Democratic vote in the
last two presidential elections. In the selection proc-
ess, any registered Democratic voter who is a bona
fide resident of a congressional district is eligible to
run for election as a convention delegate. Pledged
delegates to the convention were allocated in pro-
portion to the percentage of the primary vote in the
district won by each candidate.
Unpledged Party & Elected Officials. In 1992, ten
persons were designated as delegates by virtue of their
office. They included the Governor and nine members
of the Democratic National Committee residing in Mary-
land (state party chairperson, vice-chairperson, four state
party representatives, and three at-large members). Two
additional delegates were selected by the State Central
Committee at its May 14,1992 meeting.
Pledged Party & Elected Officials. Nine pledged
party leader and elected official delegates were cho-
sen by the Democratic State Central Committee on
May 14, 1992. In this selection, priority was given
to city mayors, State legislative leaders and legisla-
tors, members of Congress not previously selected,
and other State, county and local elected officials
and party leaders.
Pledged At-Large Delegates. Also selected by the
Democratic State Central Committee on May 14,
1992, were fourteen at-large delegates and three at-
large alternates. Here, priority was given to minority
groups, political subdivisions not represented, and an
equitable balance of men and women. Delegates se-
lected by the State Central Committee were allocated
to presidential candidates according to the percentage
of the vote a candidate received in the statewide
presidential primary.


C = pledged to Bill Clinton
T = pledged to Paul E. Tsongas

1st Congressional District: Christina M. Alfonsi (T);
Francis A. Ashley (C); Michelle Barnes (T);
William H. Bolander (C); Robert S. Collison (T).
Alternate: Gregory Kamenetz (T).

2nd Congressional District: George P. Abbott (T);
Vacis Afentoulis (T); Donald C. Fry (C); Kathleen
Kennedy-Townsend (C); Susan A. Wood (T).
Alternate: Ina Taylor (T).

3rd Congressional District: Thomas L. Bromwell (C);
Dedrick Dunbar (T); Barbara A. Hoffman (C);

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Ann-Marie Laney (T); David A. Lessner (T); Sofia
A. Paragios (T). Alternate: Michael Stefanaras (T).

4th Congressional District: Rosa Lee Blumenthal
(C); Rita Cavanagh (T); Ulysses Currie (C); James
C. Fletcher (C); Constance Johnson (T); James C.
Owings (T). Alternate: Christopher J. Gearon (C).

5th Congressional District: Mary A. Conroy (C);
Scott B. Douglas (T); Vera A. Harper (T); Mary
M. Krug (T); Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr. (C).
Alternate: Thomas X. White (T).

6th Congressional District: Gail Reilly Cross (C);
Heather N. Donaldson (T); Raymond T.
Donaldson (T); William Hudson (C). Alternate:
Steven D. Chamberlain (T).

7th Congressional District: Curtis S. Anderson (C);
George M. Drakos (T); Jennifer E. Mann (T);
Howard P. Rawlings (C); Iris G. Reeves (C); John
T. Stuben (T); Agnes Welch (C). Alternate: Paula
Johnson-Branch (C).

8th Congressional District: Mary H. Boergers (C);
Gene W. Counihan (C); Daphne L. Hallas (T);
Karen Kuhlke (T); Alfred M. Mamlet (T); Anthony
N. Mikalis (T). Alternate: Joan E. Stalder (T).


Party & Elected Officials: J. Joseph Curran, Jr. (T);
Patricia Dauenhauer (T); Parris N. Glendening
(T); Louis L. Goldstein (C); Anne M. Hughes (T);
Gloria G. Lawlah (C); Lucille Maurer (C); Kurt L.
Schmoke (C); Perry Sfikas (T).

At-Large Delegates: Stewart Bainum (T); Joanne C.
Benson (T); Brenda Brisbon (T); Mary W.
Conaway (T); Larry S. Gibson (C); Marilyn R.
Goldwater (T); Barbara Ann Green (C); Loretta
Johnson (C); Katherine M. Jones (T); Glenard S.
Middleton (C); Hilda R. Pemberton (T); Ida G.
Ruben (C); Patrick J. Smith (T); Jane Stern (C).

Alternates: Frank M. Conaway (T); Irving Pinder
(C); Betty Rowan Pitt (T).


Party & Elected Officials: Clarence W. Blount; Lanny
J. Davis; Vera P. Hall; Gloria Johnson; George
Kourpias; Nathan Landow; Juanita Miller; Mary Jo
Neville; William Donald Schaefer; John Sweeney.

Selected by Caucuses of U.S. Senate & House of
Benjamin L. Cardin; Steny H.
Hoyer; Tom McMillen; Kweisi Mfume; Barbara A.
Mikulski; Paul Sarbanes.

Selected by State Central Committee: Kathryn A.
Mann; Cecil Short.


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