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C. Hope Brown

Anne Healey

M. Teresa O'Hare Johnson

Richard A. Palumbo

Paul G. Pinsky C. Hope Brown 6247 Fernwood Terrace, Riverdale Age: 33

Attorney, Washington Metropolitan area; BA, political science, North Carolina Central University, 1978; graduate, Howard University School of Law, 1981; member, Prince George's County Rainbow Coalition; Delta Sigma Theta, Inc.; board of directors, Project Northstar, a local tutorial project serving the educational needs of homeless and disadvantaged children in the Washington metropolitan area; member, Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church; president, D.C. Chapter of the Coalition of 100 Black Women; important issues, reproductive freedom for women; economic empowerment for minorities and women; affordable housing; access to quality education for youth and adults; crime prevention. Anne Healey 3920 Madison St., Hyattsville Age: 39

Self-employed writer and editor; member, Hyattsville City Council, 1987-present; editor, Prince George's Post-Sentinel, 1985-1988; editor, Prince George's Post, 1988-89; independent writer, editor and consultant since January 1989; board member, Washington Independent Writers, July 1989-present; editor, the Catholic Review, Baltimore, 1984-1985; reporter and feature editor, Catholic Standard, Washington, 1974-84; MA, Catholic University of America, 1974; BA, Marywood College, 1972; teaching assistant, Marymount College of Virginia, 1973-74; married, with two children. M. Teresa O'Hare Johnson 4021 Ingraham St., Hyattsville Age:50 Incumbent

Director, Parks and Recreation, City of Hyattsville; chairman, Democratic State Central Committee, Prince George's County, 1986-present; member, Democratic Central Committee, 1982-present; past president, Maryland Recreation and Park Association; past vice president, Hyattsville Citizens Association; past president, Maryland Municipal League Parks and Recreation Association; past member, board of directors, Maryland Municipal League; past member, Legislative Committee, Maryland Municipal League; secretary, Park and Resource Conservation Foundation; past president, Prince George's Council of Democratic Clubs; taught school, seven years, prior to present position.

Richard A. Palumbo 3419 Standford St., Hyattsville Age: 52 Incumbent

Attorney, private practice; delegate, 1979-82, 1983-present; senator, 1982-83; assistant state attorney, 1969-74; citizen member, Tax Assessment Appeals Board, 1974-78; former president, University Hills Civic Association; Municipal League, Legislator of the Year, 1981, 1988; BA, University of Maryland; JD, University of Baltimore School of Law; member, Terrapin Club, M Club. Paul G. Pinsky 6205 Inwood St., Cheverly Age:40 Incumbent

Educator, Prince George's County Public Schools; elected, House of Delegates, 1986; member, Environmental Matters Committee; teacher, Prince George's County Schools; president, Prince George's County Educators' Association, 1983-87; board of directors, Maryland Citizen Action Coalition; former board member, Washington Area Labor Committee on Central America and the Carribean; recipient, "Outstanding Contribution to Youth," Prince George's County Council of PTAs; vice-chairman, County Affairs Committee, Prince George's Delegation, Maryland General Assembly; married, with one child. REPUBLICAN

(3 seats)

Gerard F. Kiernan,

Bruce Gordon Pope

and Mary E. Rand

are unopposed