(3 seats)

Michael Arrington

Ulysses Currie

Horace J. Hillsman

Kevin L. Jefferson

Darold M. Johnson

Carolyn Yvette Mills

Beatrice Tignor

John J. Williams

Michael Arrington 642 Mt. Lubentia Ct. E., Largo Age: 34

Executive director, Maryland Minority Contractors Association; member, Prince George's County advisory board to the National Conference of Christians and Jews; vice president, Maryland 100 Inc.; former chairman, NAACP Police and Community Relations Committee; executive board member, Citizens Concerned about Collegiate Athletics; member, Council of Black Economic Development; member, Largo Civic Association; BA in government and politics, University of Maryland, 1978; member, University of Maryland football team, 1974-78; assistant football coach, DeMatha High School, 1982. Ulysses Currie 7315 Calder Dr., Capitol Heights Age: 53 Incumbent

Director, Prince George's County Headstart; elected to House of Delegates, 1986; member, House Ways and Means Committee, Appropriations Committee; vice chairman, subcommittee on Education and Human Resources; selected as one of the three most outstanding freshman delegates by the Baltimore Sun; voted by peers as one of the 10 most effective legislators in the House of Delegates; one of the few first-term delegates who is part of the fiscal leadership that manages and sets fiscal policies for the state's $12 billion budget; graduate, North Carolina A&T, American University; served in U.S. Army, Germany, 1960-63; married to Shirley A. Gravely-Currie. Horace J. Hillsman 3706 Stonecliff Rd., Suitland Age: 51

Minister, Le Detroit Baptist Church; self-employed scientist/high technology consultant for government and private industry; served as a community and industrial growth engineering consultant; member, Southern Maryland Health Systems Agency, Suitland-District Heights Citizens Advisory Commission on Master Plan, recreation councils, voter registration groups, legislative redistricting groups, police-community relations groups; involved in dedications of several new public facilities, Little League baseball sponsorship, youth scholarship programs, road improvements, tax reform, PTA, PTSA, education programs, crime prevention, economic development, leadership and role model programs, civic organizations; 20-year resident; married, one son; BS, electrical engineering, Howard University. Kevin L. Jefferson 4172 Suitland Rd., Suitland Age: 31

Maryland coordinator and special assistant to the executive director of National Rainbow Coalition Inc.; 1986 candidate, Maryland state delegate, 25th District; member, Prince George's County Human Relations Commission, 1986-89; board of directors, Prince George's County Planned Parenthood, 1987-89; co-founder, Good Brothers Organization, Bowie State University; Maryland coordinator, Jesse Jackson for President, 1988; volunteer service award, Bureau of Rehabilitation Inc., 1990; BS, journalism, Bowie State University, 1982; Maryland state resolution in recognition of continued dedicated service as an activist in civic affairs, 1987; Maryland state resolution as president of the Prince George's County Young Democrats and Continued Service to Prince George's County, 1985.

Darold M. Johnson 10922 Water Port Ct., Mitchellville Age: 33

Public policy specialist, Maryland Food Committee; prepared state legislation during 1990 session urging state funds for the Women, Infants and Children programs; to expand the state's school breakfast mandate to all elementary schools; to make Department of Human Resources forms simple and easy to read; member, State's Women, Infants and Children Advisory Board; Rep. Ben Cardin's Tax and Budget Advisory Group; developed American Association of Retired Persons' national health watch pilot program; legislative assistant, Rep. Sander Levin; legislative intern, Rep. Michael Barnes; founding executive director, Big Brothers/Big Sisters Chapter; BA, politics and government, Ohio Wesleyan University; MA, public administration, American University; married, one child. Carolyn Yvette Mills 9993 Campus Way S., Largo Age: 28

BS, government and politics; legislative assistant for 24th Legislative District, 1983-84; past president, Prince George's County Young Democrats; appointed to board of directors of Planned Parenthood Metropolitan Washington; Outstanding Young Women of America Award, 1984; Southern Business and Professional Women's Club, Young Careerist Award, 1988; National Democratic Party Worker, Democratic National Convention, 1984; member, Prince George's County Human Services Coalition; Housing Advocate for the Elderly; citizens service assistant, Office of County Executive, 1984. Beatrice P. Tignor 11411 Lake Arbor Way, Mitchellville

Professor and chairman of educational development department, Prince George's Community College; Prince Georgian of the Year; Educator of the Year; Alumnus of the Year; president and past national president, Bowie State University Alumni Chapter; vice president, National Council of Negro Women, Prince George's section; member, Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority; board of directors, Prince George's Association for Retarded Citizens, American Red Cross, Benjamin Mays National Education Research Center; graduate, Bowie State University, George Washington University; advisory faculty member, Maryland Board of Higher Education; involved in Kettering and Largo civic associations. John J. Williams 509 Shady Glen Dr., Capitol Heights Age: 58

Educator and chairman, foreign languages department, Fairmont Heights High School, Prince George's County; organizer and lead plaintiff in desegregation suit; first black candidate endorsed by Democratic Party, 25th District, 1978; past president, Fairmont Park-Chapel Oaks-N. Englewood Civic Association; former chairman, Economic Development Commission, Southern Christian Leadership Conference; first recipient of Prince George's County's Theresa D. Banks Humanitarian of the Year Award; Educator of the Year Award; former president, Coalition of Central Prince George's Civic Associations; AB, Morgan State University; MA, George Washington University; educator, French, Spanish, English, 28 years in Prince George's County; 10 years, Howard University Upward Bound Program.



(3 seats)

David S. Bernstein

and Katharine Garnett

are unopposed