(3 seats) Fernando Bren Wayne Busbice Gene W. Counihan Joseph Foley Virginia Ott Gallagher Rosemary Glynn Sally McGarry Stuart D. Schooler David Segal Fernando Bren 9913 Hall Rd., Potomac Age: 48
President and CEO, Fernando Bren and Associates; career public servant, Treasury and Defense departments, U.S. Civil Service Commission, 1966-88; chairman, Montgomery County Merit System Protection Board, 1982-90; recipient, Star Cup, 1990; president, Montgomery County Civic Federation, West Montgomery County Citizens Association, Community Housing Resources Board Inc. of Montgomery County and National Association of Civil Service Commissioners; founder, Greater Potomac Council of Presidents and Civic-Business Roundtable; commissioner, Montgomery County Human Relations Commission; member, Governor Schaefer's Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Commission; chairman, Committee for Montgomery State Coalitions Subcommittee. Wayne Busbice 10005 Banner Country Ct., Gaithersburg Age: 61
President of WEBCO Music; EdD, American University, elected to Phi Delta Kappa; controller, Careers III Inc.; career educator, principal, counselor and teacher, Montgomery County Public Schools; director of logistics and inspector general, lieutenant colonel, U.S. Air Force Reserve; chairman, Task Force on Drug Education, Montgomery County Public Schools; Democratic precinct chairman; coordinator, Gaithersburg Aquatic Center Project; Oaks Landfill Advisory Committee; Rockville and Gaithersburg Chambers of Commerce; Seneca-Potomac, Women's Suburban and Northern Montgomery County Women's Democratic clubs; Sugarloaf Citizens' Association, Medley Historic District. Gene W. Counihan 9901 Dellcastle Rd., Gaithersburg Age: 49 Incumbent
Supervisor of planning, Montgomery County public schools; member, House of Delegates, 1982-present; vice chairman, House Ways and Means Committee, 1986-present; Property Tax Reform Force, 1990; member, Fiscal Affairs Committee, Southern Legislative Conference; Democratic Central Committee, 1978-82; elected director and president, Montgomery Village Foundation, 1977-80; administrator and teacher, Montgomery County schools, 1963 to present; associate professor and instructor, part time, University of Maryland, American University, Federal City College, 1967-73; BS, Frostburg State; MS, American University; native Marylander; married with five daughters. Joseph Foley 14520 King's Grant St., North Potomac Age: 41
President, Foley and Company Inc., a government relations firm, 1986-present; federal policy analyst, 1981-85; political appointee, congressional lobbyist, Carter administration, 1979-81; legislative aide, floor of U.S. House of Representatives, 1974-79; state health and social worker, 1971-73; MA, international affairs, American University School of Foreign Service, 1980; BA, history and education, Elon College, 1971; married with two children, graduates of Washington area public schools; member, Gaithersburg Upper Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce. Virginia Ott Gallagher 22415 Weems Rd., Clarksburg
Retired, legislative specialist-lobbyist; commissioner, Commission for Women; vice president and liaison to state of Maryland, Commission for Women, three terms; past president, Clarksburg Super Citizens; executive committee, Clarksburg Community Association, two terms; member, Women in Government Relations; chairwoman, Washington Council of Governments, Child Care Conference, Children with Special Needs Commission; member, Clarksburg Master Plan-Planning Committee; Democratic precinct vice chairman (provisional), Germantown; member, Ad Hoc Select Committee for City Council, Takoma Park; antiabortion candidate. Rosemary Glynn 7524 Westlake Ter., Bethesda Age: 45
Trial lawyer, U.S. Department of Justice, district attorney, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1978-85; president, Maryland Condominium and Homeowner Association; delegate, Democratic National Convention, 1972; candidate, House of Representatives, 1988; married; mother of three children, all attended public schools; endorsed by the Sierra Club, National Organization for Women, Women's Political Caucus, Montgomery County Education Association teacher's union, AFL-CIO; Montgomery County Council of Supporting Services Empoyees, Fraternal Order of Police; member, Haddassah, NAACP, National Association of Retired Federal Employees, National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, League of Women Voters. Sally McGarry 10340 Democracy Lane, Potomac Age: 55
Owner-president, Rockville Paperworks, 1983-present; chairman, 1989-90, president, 1986-89, Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay; Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee, 1986-90; alternate, Democratic National Convention, 1988; legislative aide, Del. Counihan, 1986-88; vice president, director, lobbyist League of Women Voters, 1972 to present; commissioner, Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, 1979-81; supervisor, Montgomery Soil Conservation Service, 1978-79; BA, political science, Swarthmore College; married with five children, three grandchildren. Stuart D. Schooler 9201 Quintana Dr., Bethesda Age: 33
Market, financial, and demographic consultant, real estate broker, Barnes, Morris and Pardoe; MBA, finance, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania; BS, MS, engineering; registered engineer, environmental practice; author, more than 25 articles on welfare reform, solid waste stream reduction, transportation reform, financing, etc.; endorsed by Democrats for the 90s; member, Inquiry Committee, Maryland State Attorney Grievance Commission; graduate, Montgomery County public schools; 6th Congressional District coordinator, Gore presidential campaign; past member, National Capital B'nai B'rith Housing Foundation, senior citizens; member, B'nai B'rith Youth Organization Adult Board; married; one child. David Segal 10320 Westlake Dr., #407, Bethesda Age: 33
Environmental-public interest activist, 1981-90; staff, director, organizer, fund-raiser, Clean Water Action, 1984-88; organizer, Citizen Referendum on Over-Development, 1988; worked on and consulted with more than 100 campaigns and organizations including Chesapeake Bay critical area legislation, 1984; Superfund, 1984-85; Opposing Dickerson Incinerator, 1990; Clean Air Act, 1989; Protecting Alaskan National Wildlife Refuge, 1989; Phosphate Detergent Ban, 1986; Pesticide Right to Know, 1986; Outstanding Young Man of America, 1987; BA, government, Ponoma College, 1980; Married, Jayne Prazak-Segal, child care professional.
(3 seats) Michael J. Baker Richard La Vay Jean W. Roesser William Wilson Michael J. Baker 24449 Cutsail Dr., Damascus Age: 27
Insurance claims adjuster, senior casualty claims representative, Allstate Insurance; founding officer, former president and chairman of the board, Germantown Jaycees; top 10 Maryland Jaycee; board member of the year, Germantown Jaycees; loaned executive, United Way Campaign; member, Germantown Chamber of Commerce; precinct chairman; BS, political science, Texas A&M University; Outstanding Student Senator; General Moore Outstanding Leadership Award; member, Neelsville Presbyterian Church; married. Richard LaVay 14000 Crossland Lane, Gaithersburg Age: 37
President, The LaVay Corporation; board member, Stepping Stine Homeless Shelter, Rockville; board member, Montogmery County Men's Republican Club; member, Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless; active, Jimmie Henga Foundation for Multiple Sclerosis; married; three children; BS, economics, Mt. St. Mary's College, 1975; first prize, Finest in Family Living, Suburban Maryland Homebuilders Association; Montgomery County resident, 30 years; Alexandria Civic Group, Neighborhood Improvement Award; received commercial pilot's license, 1974. Jean W. Roesser 10830 Fox Hunt Lane, Potomac Age: 60 Incumbent
Elected to the House of Delegates, 1986; member, Constitutional and Administrative Law Committee and Special Committee on Drug and Alcohol Abuse; former newspaper reporter, Suburban Record; member, Appalachian National Scenic Advisory Council, 1983-87; spearheaded establishment of Summer Stage in the Parks for Kids, Montgomery County Parks and Recreation Department; past president, Potomac Women's Republican Club and Montgomery County Federation of Republican Women; past vice president, Maryland Federation of Republican Women; founding member, Montgomery County Arts Council; member, area chambers of commerce and civic associations; former congressional liaison Assistant, U.S. Information Agency; BA, Trinity College, Washington, D.C.; graduate work, Catholic University; married; three children. William Wilson 9117 Cranford Dr., Potomac Age: 52
Director, Academy for Computer Training, Bowie State University; president/owner, Computer Technology, Inc., 1981-88; branch manager, Computer Science Corporation, 1977-80; cochairman, Bush for President (District 15), 1988; founder, Potomac Soccer Memorial Tournament; commissioner, Montgomery Soccer Inc.; vice president, Mid-County Citizens Association, 1989; committee chairman, Morris Animal Foundation; originator/director, Computer Space Camp for Kids; BS, business economics, University of South Carolina; married; twins graduated from Montgomery County Public Schools; organized Taxbusters Committee, 1990.