(1 seat) Mark T. Gillen William R. Huggins Norman Wedemeyer Mark T. Gillen 150 Carvel Beach Rd., Baltimore Age: 28

Law enforcement officer, Anne Arundel County, 1989 to present; Anne Arundel County deputy sheriff, 1985-89; state police officer, 1984-85; CSX Corp., locomotive maintenance; elected president, local International Brotherhood of Fireman and Oilers Union, 1980-88; graduated, State of Maryland Police Academy, 1984-85; Northeast Training Institute for Defensive Weapons and Tactical Training; Anne Arundel Community College; member, National Rifle Association; past member, U.S. Coast Guard Power Squadrons (apprentice); Fraternal Order of Police; letters of recognition include: Anne Arundel County Police Special Operations Section for outstanding performance and going beyond the call of duty, 1989; National Rifle Association for outstanding and unwavering support, 1988. William R. Huggins 5709 Pope St., Baltimore Age: 75 Incumbent

Anne Arundel County sheriff, 1962 to present; member, National Sheriffs Association and Maryland State Sheriffs Association (past president); member, Southern Maryland Shrine, Boumi Temple, Masonic Lodge, Elks Lodge, Roland Terrace Democratic Club, Stoney Creek Democratic Club, Lake Shore Democratic Club, 32nd District Democratic Club, Severna Park Democratic Club, Association of Retarded Citizens, Brooklyn Lions Club, Pasadena Square Club; married, two daughters, four grandchildren; graduate, Baltimore City College (high school) and Dale Carnegie; office has grown from five deputies to 31 deputies since I have held office. In spite of the continuing rise in population and the accompanying workload, my office has continued to function in a highly efficient manner. Norman Wedemeyer 811 223rd St., Pasadena Age: 54

Member, Anne Arundel Police Department, 24 years; presently lieutenant; graduate Southern Police Institute, Louisville; graduate, Police Instructors School; has taught police-related subjects for 20 years; member, Harvard Associates in Police Science Inc.; Baltimore City police officer, 8 1/2 years; assigned to every division in the Anne Arundel Police Department including night commander; member, National Association of Bunco Investigators Inc.; member, Fraternal Order of Police; member, Stoney Creek, Roland Terrace and Lake Shore Democratic clubs; volunteer counselor, Camp Sunrise-American Cancer Society; coach, youth baseball, softball, football, basketball and lacrosse teams. SHERIFF REPUBLICAN

(1 seat) John Edward Moran IV Robert G. Pepersack Robert A. Tongue John Edward Moran IV 7497 Furnace Branch Rd., Glen Burnie Age: 26

Second lieutenant, Maryland Army National Guard, Department of Defense; U.S. Air Force security police officer, 1981-83, honorably discharged; Maryland Department of General Services police, which provided security for the state capitol and other important state properties in Annapolis; became a deputy sheriff in Anne Arundel County, 1987, and worked in all divisions of the sheriff's department. Accepted a promotional transfer to a mid-level management position for the county, February 1989 to July 1990. graduate, Northeast High School; studied criminal justice, Georgia Military College; AA, business administration, Anne Arundel Community College, 1985; bachelors degree, business management, Johns Hopkins University S.C.S. Robert G. Pepersack 301 Luther Rd., Glen Burnie Age: 49

Sergeant, Maryland State Police, and commander for five years of Firearms License Section; state trooper, 26 years; police supervisor and administrator, 13 years; magna cum laude graduate, Loyola College, Baltimore, police management and sociology, 1978; U.S. Army, 1962-68; member: Maryland Law Enforcement Officers Association, State Police Alumni Association, Fraternal Order of Police, Maryland Troopers Association, National Trooper Coalition; state police representative to Maryland General Assembly/U.S. Congress; married, three children. Robert A. Tongue

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