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TIMOTHY F. MALONEY, Democrat, District 21, Prince George's County. Member
of House of Delegates since 1979. Member, Appropriations Committee (chair, capital
budget subcommittee; chair, education & transportation subcommittee); Joint Budget
and Audit Committee; Special Joint Committee on Pensions. Born in La Rochelle, France,
June 12, 1956. Archbishop Carroll High School, Washington, DC; Georgetown University;
University of Baltimore School of Law, Law Review. Law clerk to Judge Howard S. Chasanow,
Prince George's County Circuit Court, 1985. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1986. Attorney,
Camus & Maloney, 1986—. Member, Maryland State Bar Association (member, criminal law
section council). Member, Federal, American, Prince George's County, Montgomery County
and Anne Arundel County Bar Associations. Member, Character Committee, Court of Appeals;
Maryland Executive Helicopter Advisory Committee; Maryland Historical Trust; Committee
to Revise Article 27. Member, Beltsville- Vansville Citizens Assoc.; Knights of Columbus Council
#2809; BWI Airport Development Council. Past president, Garden Club. Advisory board,
College Park Youth Services Agency; bd. of directors, Villa Julie College; Laurel-Beltsville
Hospital Foundation. Member, University of Baltimore Law School Advisory Board. Member,
Barrister Club. Mailing address: P.O. Box 255, Beltsville 20705; home tel. (301) 937-8530.
Annapolis office: 313 Lowe House Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (301) 858-3315, (410)
SALIMA SILER MARRIOTT, Democrat, District 40, Baltimore City. Member of
House of Delegates since 1991. Member, Ways and Means Committee (education
subcommittee); Joint Committee on the Management of Public Funds. Member, Mary-
land Legislative Black Caucus; Women Legislators of Maryland; National Black Caucus
of State Legislators. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, December 5, 1940. Attended Baltimore
City public schools; Morgan State College, B.S., 1964; University of Maryland, M.S.W., 1972;
Howard University, D.S.W., 1988. Assistant professor, Morgan State University. Member,
Maryland Democratic Central Committee, 1987-90. Delegate, Democratic Party National
Convention, 1988. Chairperson, Park Heights Development Corp. Board of Directors, National
Black Women's Health Project; HERO, Inc. Member, National Council of Negro Women;
National Political Congress of Black Women; Woman Power; Delta Sigma Theta. Co-Editor,
U.S. Policy Toward Southern Africa (1984). Listed in Who's Who in Black America, 1988.
African-American Humanitarian Award, 1991. Senator Verda F. Welcome Political Award,
1992; Consortium of Doctors, 1992. Member, Agape' Fellowship A. M .E. Church. Two children.
District office: 4515 Homer Ave., Baltimore 21215; tel. (410) 664-1228. Annapolis
office: 317 Lowe House Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (410) 841-3277.
KENNETH H. MASTERS, Democrat, District 12, Baltimore County. Member of
House of Delegates since 1979. Majority Leader, 1994—. Member, Judiciary Committee;
Legislative Policy Committee (management subcomm.). House Chair, Joint Committee
on Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review, 1991-93. Born in Washington, DC,
August 16, 1943. Charlotte Hall School; Towson State College, B.A., 1965. Served in U.S.
Army, 1966-69 (Combat Infantryman's Badge, Aircraft Crewman's Badge, Vietnam Service
Ribbon, Air Medal, Bronze Star with "V" Device and Oak Leaf Cluster). University of
Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1972. Attorney. Member, Maryland State and Baltimore County
Bar Associations. Member, Governor's Task force on State Support for Volunteer Fire, Rescue
and Ambulance Companies, 1983-85; Vietnam Veterans Memorial Commission, 1984-89;
Commission to Revise the Administrative Procedure Act, 1992; Committee to Revise Article 27,
1992—. Baltimore County Democratic State Central Committee, 1974 (2nd vice-chair);
chairman. Democratic State Central Committee, 13th Legislative District, 1974. Member,
American Legion; VFW; Chesapeake Bay Foundation; English Consul Democratic Club;
Ridgeway Democratic Club; District XII Democratic Club; Knights of Columbus. Associate
member, Arbutus Community Association. Married; two children. District office: One New-
burg Ave., Catonsville 21228; tel. (410) 747-0407. Annapolis office: 426 Lowe House
Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (410) 841-3464.
RICHARD C. MATTHEWS, Republican, District 5A, Carroll County. Member of
House of Delegates since 1967. Member, Judiciary Committee; Joint Committee on
Protocol. Chairperson, Carroll County Delegation. Chairperson, Legislative Small Busi-
ness Forum, American Legislative Exchange Council. Born in Hampstead, Maryland, July
11, 1926, Attended Hampstead public schools. Auto parts jobber. Member, Power Plant Siting
Advisory Board. Member, Carroll County Economic Development Commission, 1958-62.
Member, Carroll County Republican State Central Committee, 1962-66. Alternate delegate,
Republican Party National Convention, 1964. Past president, Hampstead Chamber of Com-
merce. Charter member, Hampstead Lions Club. Member, Elks; Farm Bureau; Izaak Walton
League. Member, St. John's Methodist Church. Married. District office: 1309 Taylor St.,
Hampstead 21074; tel. (410) 239-7600. Annapolis office: 306 Lowe House Office Bldg.,
21401-1991; tel. (410) 841-3371.