DISTRICT 21

DISTRICT 21

DISTRICT 21

DEMOCRAT

(3 seats)

Timothy F. Maloney

Pauline H. Menes

James C. Rosapepe

Jo Anne P. Welsh Timothy F. Maloney 4401 W. Caroline St., Beltsville Age: 34 Incumbent

Attorney and partner, Camus and Maloney; member, Maryland House of Delegates, 1978-present, chairman, Subcommittee on Capital Budget, Criminal Justice and Transportation; trustee, Maryland Historic Trust, Villa Julie College and BWI Airport Development Board; Medavac Helicopter Board; counsel, Town of Riverdale;named one of top three most effective members of the House by Prince George's County sheriffs; worked to establish state's first "boot camp" for drug offenders; sponsored new inmate work programs; initiated Saturday service program in Motor Vehicle Administration; promoted funding for tough truck-inspection program. Pauline H. Menes 3517 Marlbrough Way, College Park Age: 66 Incumbent

Delegate; chair, House Special Committee on Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 1986-90; member, House of Delegates, 1966-90; house leadership member, 1978-90; State Commission on Aging, 1975-90; State Arts Council, 1968-90; economist, quartermaster general's office, 1945-47; member, Planned Parenthood; Business and Professional Women's Club; League of Women Voters; Women's Political Caucus; Prince George's County Women's Hall of Fame, 1989; member, House Judiciary Committee; national president, Order of Women Legislators, 1979; president and organizer, Maryland Women's Legislative Caucus; Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence Award, 1990. James C. Rosapepe 8403 Patuxent Avenue, College Park Age: 39 Incumbent

Small business owner, Washington Financial Group/Rosapepe and Spanos; state delegate, 1987-90; "most promising" new legislator, WJLA/Journal Newspapers survey, 1989; chair, Prince George's community anti-drug task force, 1988-present; endorsed, Maryland League of Conservative Voters, Clean Water Action and Sierra Club; member, Holy Redeemer Parish, College Park; member, Order Sons of Italy; member Friends of Beltsville Agricultural Research; married to Sheilah A. Kast. Jo Anne P. Welsh 7015 Partridge Place, Hyattsville Age: 43

Elected, Democratic Central Committee, 1986; delegate, Democratic National Convention, 1988; chairwoman, Maryland Commission for Women; board of directors, Red Cross, University of Maryland Alumni, Boy Scouts, Democratic Election Judge; president, PTA; den mother; chairman, Neighborhood Watch; graduate, Northwestern High School, University of Maryland, summa cum laude; 10 years, Capitol Hill; summer intern, Rep. Claude Pepper (D-Fla.), 1968; director, legislative office, University of Maryland, 1988-89; lifelong Prince George's County resident, fifth-generation resident; married, Tom Welsh; two children, Matthew and Elizabeth.

REPUBLICAN

(3 seats)

Debra DiCamillo,

Margaret Jahn

and Charles D. Randall

are unopposed