Register of Wills

Nan Edith Hatch, 65, of 92 Condult St., Annapolis, is a Democrat. I have been the chief deputy for 20 years. I feel that I am experienced and qualified.

jo-Ann Pratt, 31, of 1306 Fairfax Ave. Churchton, is a Republican. I have been active in the Anne Arundel County Council PTA and in my local Shady Side PTA along with owning and operating my own business. The knowledge and skills acquired in such activities are directly transferable to operating and running the office of register wills. Since coming to Maryland 10 years ago, I have been involved in many public service activities. State's Attorney

Warner B. Duckett Jr., 39, of 206 Wardour Dr., AnnaPolis, is a Democrat. I have held the position since 1973. I served on the County Council in Anne Arundel and I was assistant state's attorney for two years. Past president of the Maryland State's Attorney Association, past director of the National District Attorney's Association, member of the Governor's Commission on Law Enforcement, Governor's Commission for Juvenile Justice and the Maryland Task Force on Crime. Sheriff

William R. Huggins, 59, of 5709 Pope St., Brooklyn Park, is a Democrat. Sixteen years of past service. I have been elected to four terms. Running on my record. Clerk of the Circuit Cout

Allen C.K. Clark, 67, of 7855 Americana Cir., Glen Burnie, is a Republican. Nine years of college, Johns Hopkins University and University of Maryland. Four years attending Mount Vernon School of Law, Baltimore. Degrees of bachelor of law (LLB) and doctor of law (juris doctor). Over 30 years experience as a business executive. Law practice: member of Maryland Bar; admitted to practice, Maryland Court of Appeals and United States Supreme court. Over 50 years a resident of Anne Arundel County. Former elected member of Maryland House of Delegates.

W. Garrett Larimore, 56, of 1557 Widows Mite Rd., Edgewater, is a Democrat. Graudate, University of Maryland Law School. Served two terms as delegate for Anne Arundel County in the state legislature. Appointed clerk in 1972 by Circuit Court judges. Elected clerk in 1974.

Experience: former practicing attorney; eight years on House Judiciary Committee, which heard all legislation pertaining to county; six years as clerk. Attended course in court management at University of Maryland; attended Institute of Court Management in Denver, Colo. Member of Standing Committee of Rules of Practice and Procedure for Maryland; chairman, ethics Committee; chairman Legislative Committee for Maryland Court Clerks Association.

Accomplishments and goals as clerk: expeditious disposition of cases; efficient organization of court records; modernization of land records; improved jury system; effective and respsonsive service to public; orientation and training for employes. Judge of the Orphan's Court (Vote for 3)

Allen L. Moreland, 75, of 4420 Ownesville Sudley Rd., Harwood, is a Democrat. I have been a judge for 20 years and will be serving my sixth term. I was Maryland's Mother of the Year in 1959 and since 1959 have been president of the Maryland, Pennsylvania and Delaware chapters of the American Mothers Association. I am a life-long resident of Anne Arundel County and attended Anne Arundel schools. I have been a church organist for 50 years and have, as well, worked as a newspaper correspondent.

Sue M. Sterling did not repsond.

Margie E. Stiegler did not respond.