(3 seats) M. Gerald Ackerman John C. Astle Michael T. Brown Michael E. Busch Patricia Clagett Barbara Neustadt Frances L. Parker Edith Segree M. Gerald Ackerman 1635 Winchester Rd., Annapolis Age: 50

Insurance and real estate broker, Bay Area Insurance Agency/Bay Area Financial Services/Bay Area and Associates Realty Inc.; District 30 Democratic Central Committee, 1986-present; an independent property-casualty-life health insurance broker, has passed real estate brokers exam and received "Graduate Real Estate Institute" designation that only about 8 percent of agents achieve; actively ministers to others in divorced and separated groups and also works with ex-offenders and their families; does one-on-one counseling in the detention center; active role in Christian Business Men's Committee; lifelong business owner; father of three. John C. Astle 51 Fleet St., Annapolis Age: 47 Incumbent

Emergency Medical Services pilot, Washington Hospital Center; colonel, Marine Corps Reserve; member, Maryland General Assembly since 1983; chairman, Anne Arundel County Delegation since 1985; member, House Appropriations Committee, vice-chairman, Budget Subcommittee on Law Enforcement and Transportation; member, Joint Committee on Legislative Ethics; served in Marine Corps., captain 1966-75; received 31 Air Medals, two Purple Hearts, Presidential Service Badge and Meritorious Service Medal; BA, Marshall University, 1966; married with two children; assigned to White House support staff for 3 1/2 years; pilot in the Baltimore City Police Department for six years. Michael T. Brown 1002 Timber Creek Dr., Annapolis Age: 35

Probation agent, Division of Parole and Probation; two terms Democratic Central Committee, Annapolis City; board member, Community Action Agency, eight years; arbitrator, Better Business Bureau; member, Drug Advisory Task Force; member, Delegate Donald E. Lamb's (D-Anne Arundel) Compass Committee; BS, University of Baltimore; AA, Anne Arundel Community College; founder, Diamonds in the Rough Inc.; chapter president, Maryland Classified Employees Association, 10 years; founding member, Community for a Drug Free Annapolis; married; three children; member, U.S. Marine Corps, Vietnam era veteran. Michael E. Busch 951 Windwhisper Lane, Annapolis Age: 43 Incumbent

Administrator for Youth Athletics, Department of Recreation and Parks; member, House of Delegates since 1987; member, House Judiciary Committee; chairman, State Commission on Physical Fitness; member, Maryland Commission for Women; worked with Joint Committee on Program Open Space; Legislator of the Year, Anne Arundel County Nurses Association, 1989; Legislator of the Year, Maryland Psychologists Association, 1990; graduate of St. Mary's High School, Annapolis; BS, Temple University, 1970; unmarried; teacher and coach, St. Mary's High School, 1973-79, Coach of the Year (Football), 1978. Patricia Clagett 1302 Kentwood St., Annapolis Age: 40

Lobbyist, Planned Parenthood of Maryland; delegate, Democratic National Convention, 4th Congressional District, 1988; state co-chairman, Maryland SANE/Freeze, 1989-91; member, planning committee, Anne Arundel County Women's Fair, 1988-present; legislative assistant, Maryland House of Delegates, 1988-89; legislative assistant, House of Representatives, 1971-73 and 1978-80; Maryland coordinator, Earth Day, 1980; member, St. Anne's Episcopal Church; delegate to the Convention, Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, 1990-92; BA, Emory University; M.T.S., Harvard University. Barbara Neustadt 121 Academy St., Annapolis Age: 58

Owner of Barbara Neustadt and Associates, a government and business relations consulting business; executive director, Maryland School Bus Contractors; promotion director, Parole Plaza Shopping Center; executive director, Anne Arundel County Fair, 1981-84; alderman, City of Annapolis; chairman of Finance Committee and member of Annapolis Environmental Committee, 1973-77; Annapolis Election Board, 1981-85; president, American Association of University Women, Annapolis chapter, 1971-73; member, Anne Arundel County School Board Nominating Committee, 1972; photography chairman and handled admissions, Annapolis Fine Arts Festival, 1976-79; BA, American University; married, with three children. Frances L. Parker 829 Bestgate Rd., Annapolis Age: 46

Management plan clerk, C&P Telephone Co. of Maryland; graduate of Wiley H. Bates High School; attended Anne Arundel Community College; active member of Fowler United Methodist Church; member of Colonial Telephone Pioneers; member of Communications Workers of America Local 2107; past president of Order of the Eastern Star for State of Maryland and Europe; past chairman of Mid Atlantic Regional Conference of Grand Chapters; member of Anne Arundel Political Action Committee; member of Bestgate Community Organization; two daughters and three grandsons. Edith Segree 755 Holly Lane, Arnold Age: 49

Legislative assistant to Anne Arundel County Council member Carole Baker, 1982-90; board member, Anne Arundel County Alcohol & Drug Advisory Council; Anne Arundel County Community Action Agency; Board of Education Guidance Advisory Council; Lower Broadneck Federation; Citizens Advisory Council of Broadneck High School; past officer, Greater Arnold Recreation Council, Parent Teacher Association; Troop Service Director for Girl Scouts; delegate, School Board Nominating Convention; BA, Bucknell University; married with four children; substitute teacher, 1976-82; State Department of Legislative Research, 1980; U.S. Census, 1970 and 1980; Social Security, 1962-65. DISTRICT 30 REPUBLICAN

(3 seats) Aris Allen and Phillip Bissett are unopposed