John E. Bonfadini (D), 44, of 7500 Forrester La., Manassas, is an associate professor of education at George Mason University. He was a candidate for the House of Delegates, 50th District, and is an official of the Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative. Answer: The Gainesville District Supervisor position requires an energetic individual who has a broad range of qualifications and a strong desire to serve the people. I have prepared myself for this position by developing a diverse background in business, education, politics and community service. As secretary-treasurer of Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative, I work to reduce utility costs. Serving as a registered lobbyist, I have represented the consumer before the State Corporation Commission and federal and state legislative bodies. Quality education is a major public concern. My 23 years in all aspects of the profession will permit me to assist in developing quality educational programs. The projected growth and development in Gainesville will create numerous problems with services such as water and sewer. The supervisor must represent the people and not big developers. As past chairman of the Sudley Civic Association, I worked to protect the quality of this residential community. I am a candidate who has proven leadership and wants to serve the community. Donald L. White (D), incumbent, 51, of 7374 Roxbury Ave., Manassas, is seeking a third term on the Prince William County Board of Supervisors. He has served as chairman for one year and vice chairman for six years. He is a self-employed accountant. Answer: Gainesville District is an interesting area to represent. During my 7 1/2 years on the Board of Supervisors, I have met many people who are truly concerned about the future of our country. They want to be assured that the quality of leadership in local government is the best available. I believe that I have demonstrated my ability to serve them well. My record of accomplishment on their behalf speaks for itself and I am confident the voters will look to that record when they go to the polls June 14.