County Executive

Elmer E. Dunn Sr., 40, of 765 Powhattan Beach Rd., pasadena, is a Democrat. BS degree in business industry management.

Certified public accountant. Director and treasurer of Anne Arundel Sanitary Commission, including bindings, budgeting, capital project review, participation in public works, planning and [WORD ILLEGIBLE], cost control and employe relations. Volunteer fire and rescue service for 34 years. Chief and president of Powhatan Beach Fire Company. Past president of Maryland State Fireman Association and past president of Anne Arundel County Fireman Association. Member of tax appeals board. Partner in Dunn and Dunn for 34 years.

Robert A. Pascal, 44, of 364 White Cedar La., Severna Park, is a Republican. A graduate of Duke University with a degree in economics. I was the president of a home energy firm before I be came country executive. I served in the Maryland Constitution Conversation in the late 1960s and was elected to the Maryland Senate in 1970. While chairman of the county's Senate delegation, I served on various state legislative committees, including economic affairs. I was elected county executive in 1974. I count among our most successful programs since then the enactment of strong growth management lesgislation, massive increases in county parkland, improved enviromental controls, expansion of programs for the aging and other human service while keeping the tax rate the lowest of any metropolitan county in Maryland. County Council District 1

George F. Bachman Jr., 57, of 548 Cleveland Rd., Linthicum, is a Democrat. Elected to County Council of Anne arundel County in January 1965; reelected in 1966, 1979 and 1974, serving as chairman since December 1973. Served on County Liquor Board from 1962 to 1964; past president of Maryland State Board of Licence Commissioners' Association. Sustaining member, Boy Scouts of America; member, Board of Directors of Friendship Health Center, Health Advisory Board of Anne Arundel County and Glen Burnie Elks Lodge 2266. Married, four children. District 2

Ronald C. McGuirk, 39, of 7970 Crownsway, Glen Burnie, is a Democrat.

Cousty Council; Burnie Development Selection Committee.

Board of Directors, North Arundel Hospital; Board of Trustees, Anne Arundel Community Chest; member, the Governor's Task Force on Inter-Relationship of Maryland/Federal Employment Standards; member, Mental Health Advisory Committee Chairman, COMPACT, 1972-74; president, Southgate-Community Association, 1973-75, vice president, 1972-73; Board of Directors, United Council of Civic Association, 1973-74; vice president, Anne Arundel Citizens for Better Government, 1974. Married, two children, Vice president, First National Bank of Maryland. Education: St. Johns College in Annapolis, Calvert Hall College High School, Anne Arundel public schools. Sponsored legislation exempting senior citizens and disabled citizens from water/sewer hookup charges; established Juvenile Drug and Alcohol Abuse Task Force.

Gary Lyan Martin, 25, of 770 Hillcrest Rd., Anne Arundel County, is a Republican. I am a graduate of the University of Maryland with a degree in government and politics. I am an insurance broker and run a medium-sized insurance office. I feel the government in our county is often clumsy and slow in its administration and through my educational and business experience I could bring some expertise and efficiency to our country. District 3.

Sarah Evelyn Carter, 58, of 6212 Flamingon Dr. Glen Burnie, is a Democrat. I was born and raised in Anne Arundel County. I attended local public schools and then spent two years at Virginia State College. I have served one term on the council, during which time I was vice chairman. I have been on Urban Renewal Committee of Glen Burnie, the Human Relations Commission and the Governor's Commission on Juvenile. Additionally, I am a member of the committee for a career center at Crownsville State Hospital and the Anne Arundel Library Board. I am married with six children.

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Frances Jones, 56 of 5212 Disney Ave., Baltimore, is a Republican. For 30 years she has been an active person in the community, a leader in many community activities and other organizations. In 1965 as vice president of Arundel Imporvement Associations, she spearheaded the march to Annapolis to protest the exorbitant water bills, she obtained the support of 23 other organizations. The end result: Bill 30 was repealed. Mrs. Jones appears frequently in Annapolis to support the area residents with their problems.

She has held the offices of secretary, board member and chairman of the board, vice-president four times, currently chairman of the board for the Arundel Improvement Association.

Past president of the Ladies Auxiliary to Post 2916, VFW. She held that post five times. Director and sponsor Anne Arundelette Majorette and Drum Corps for eleven years. Parade chairman for Arundel Improvement Association 19 years, parade chairman for Brooklyn Curtis Bay Memorial Parades 16 Years. District 4

Wallace R. Childs, 66, of 1946 Millersville Rd., Millersville, is a Democrat. Born and raised in Anne Arundel County. I have been interested in my county for many years. When the county charter came in, I decided to take part in the government. I decided to run for country Council and won. That was 1966. I was reelected in 1970 and in 1974. I have helped bring the county out of a strictly rural status. I have an environmental bill which protects the consumer on air-conditioning and heat where we license and bind the installation.We have controlled growth in the county and are prepared to continue that growth.

Diane R. Evans, 30, of 2574 Riva Rd., Annapolis, is a Republican. For the past four years, I have been employed as a legislative aide at the Maryland House of Delegates. I have been active with the Anne Arundel County League of Women Voters, chairing the Plainning and Zoning Committee. In 1977 I was appointed by the county executive to serve on the Growth Management Committee, also chairing the Social Impact Sub-Committee. I was elected an alternative delegate to the International Women's Year Conference. An original member of Offender Aid and Restoration, I am also an associate member of the General's Highway Council of Civic Associations; committee member for the 1978 United Cerebral Palsy Annapolitan Walk-a-Thon; member of Concerned Citizens for Housing, past President of the Anne Arundel County Young Republicans; former national governing board member of the Ripon Society, member of the 5th District and Crofton Area Republican Women's Clubs; honors graduate, Illinois College, 1970. District 5

Edward C. Ahern Jr., 39, of 162 Grandview Ct, Pasadena, is a Democrat. I've always been involved in civic associations all my life and this led to becoming involved in politics and interested in seeing good government. I've always run on a grass roots level. I'm not an attorney or anything like that. I represent the blue collar worker. I'm currently a member of the County Council since my election in 1974. In 1972, I was elected as a delegate to the (Democratic) national convention.

John G. Gary Jr., 34, of 1 Boian Ct, Millersville, is a Republican. I have worked as a worker or a leader in Republican organizations since the inception of charter government in Anne Arundel County. I was a campaign coordinator in a successful election of state Senator John Cade. I was also a campaign coordinator for the 4th Congressional District for Ronald Reagan in the primary for president. I have worked as a leader or worker for all the present incumbent candidates - that would be Robert Pascal, Marjorie Holt, Jack Cade, Elizabeth Smith, Bob Neall and Mayor John Apostle. I have also worked as a fund raiser for the Republican Central committee and have been active in nearly all their endeavors. I've been a civic leader, past president of the Brightwood Community Association and the past president of the Haven Wood Community Association. I am a member of the Mountain Road Kiwanis, the Severna Park Jaycees, the Glen Burnie Moose and the Severna Park Christian Church. District 6

William Brill, 45, of 236 Prince George St., Annapolis, is a Democrat. Brill lives and works in Annapolis where he heads a research and planning firm. He is deeply involved in the community. He is a member of the Annapolis Planning and Zoning Commission, the Mayor's Policy Committee for the Preservation of the Downtown and the Anne Arundel Drug and Alcohol Abuse Task Force. He has broad governmental experience. He served in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development as a senior housing official and in the Executive Office of the President, where he was the assistant director of the Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention. He hold a PhD in political science and was a professor of government at Georgetown University before becoming involved in the management of government programs.

Don C. Hall II, 35, of 229 Dewey Dr., Annapolis, is a Republican. I am a 10-year resident of the county and city. During this time, I have been active as a coach in the county's athletic program, vice chairman of the Housing and Community Development Commission of Annapolis, served on the boards of directors of the local Chamber of Commerce, National Association of Life Underwriters and my community improvement association. I am a graduate of my community college, University of Maryland and a former educator at the Naval Academy. I have six children in the public school system and am a self-employed insurance agent doing 95 percent of my business in the county I have also been active in the YMCA father son program. I interact with people professionally, on a community level, athletically socially and personally. As such I am [WORD ILLEGIBLE] qualified to represent them. District 7

Virginia P. Clagett, 35, of Holly Hill, Friendship> is a Democrat. Elected to the Anne Arundel County Council, 1974-1978. Member of the Anne Arundel County Coastal Zone Management Commission Chesapeake Environmental Protection Association. I manage family farm and am a member of the Anne Arundel County Farm Bureau.

Mary Sellman Jackson, 39, of 409 Heitzman Rd., Davidsonville, is a Republican. Teacher, Baltimore City public schools. Owner of Bunny's Upholstery. Previous public office: Annapolis republican Central Committee, elected in 1966 and 1970; notary public of Maryland. Native of south Anne Arundel County (Edgewater and Lothian areas). Educated: Bates High School, Annapolis, 1957; BS, history edcucation, Morgan State College, 1971 matriculating MS in instructional technology, Towson State University, also business certificate. Fleet's Business School, 1958, and attended Anne Arimdel Community College, 1963, Community involvement volunteer Repunlican Party worker for 18 years. Volunteer for many community organizations: Office of Economic Opportunity, South County Residential Project, South County Family Health Center's South County Planning and Zoning, YWCA, Stanton Community Center, CEDA Corp, Mount Moriah Preservation Committee, Citizens Planning and Advisory Council of Annapolis.