DEMOCRAT

(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