DISTRICT 33

DEMOCRAT

(3 seats) Sabine N. Bosma Bill Burlison and Marsha G. Perry are unopposed

DISTRICT 33

REPUBLICAN

(3 seats) Edwin E. Edel John G. Gary Wayne A. Gerst Thomas Maxwell Elizabeth S. Smith Edwin E. Edel 1303 Eva Gude Dr., Crownsville Age: 57

Retired vice president, CSX Corp., Richmond, 1980-88; president, own consulting, marketing, advertising and public relations firm; vice president, Seaboard Coastline Industries Inc., 1979-80; vice president Amtrak, 1971-79; director of public affairs, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Rail Administraton, 1967-71; BS, University of Maryland, 1958; vice president and board of directors, Bayberry Hill Community Association; vice president, Amberley Community Association; board of directors, Richmond Boys Club; corporate representative, Baltimore UGF campaign; married, two sons. John G. Gary 1 Bojan Ct., Millersville Age: 46 Incumbent

General contractor-owner, Eagle Construction; elected to Maryland House of Delegates, 1982; reelected, 1986; member, House Appropriation Committee; subcommittee for education and human resources; subcommittee to reorganize higher education, 1988; Committee for School Construction Funding, 1985, 1987; Committee for Program Open Space to purchase parklands and preserve agricultural land; prime sponsor, anti-pornography legislation; prime sponsor, Displaced Homemaker Program and laws to strengthen child abuse cases; married 28 years, wife Ruthanne; three children. Wayne A. Gerst 622 Benfield Blvd., Severna Park Age: 43

Owner-president, Gerst towing service, Sunoco station and garage; four-year member, Maryland Republican Central Committee; Anne Arundel Community College, 1965-66; active in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Glen Burnie; 25 years of managing my automotive business has kept me in touch with the 33rd District voters; goals if elected are to implement environmental protection for the bay tributaries, cap state real estate assessment levels at inflation rate and provide tax relief for elderly residents of Anne Arundel County. Bay protection means bills to lower nutrient discharge levels from sewage plants. Thomas Maxwell 1048 Omar Dr., Crownsville Age: 55

Retired elementary school principal, July 1990; Anne Arundel County Board of Education, 31 years; former legislative chairman, Maryland Association of Educational Leaders; former president, Anne Arundel County Principals' Association; member, National Association of Elementary School Principals; member, Maryland Association of Elementary School Principals; honorary lifetime member, Maryland Congress of Parents and Teachers Inc.; member, Arden Civic Association; educational consultant, state, national and international; BA, Roanoke College; MA, University of Maryland; four children, two grandchildren. Elizabeth S. Smith 3438 Merrimac Rd., Davidsonville Age: 56 Incumbent

State legislator; member, House Ways and Means Committee, 1983-present, Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review, 1978-present, and Economic Matters Committee, 1975-82; administrative assistant to Senate minority leader, 1971-74; member, Chesapeake Bay Commission, 1978-83, vice chairman, 1983; board member, Maryland State Chamber of Commerce, 1970-74; president, Greater Annapolis Chamber of Commerce, 1970, honorary life membership for outstanding service, 1968; legislator of the year, Anne Arundel Psychological Association, 1982, and Maryland Marine Trades Association, 1988; Southern Legislative Conference Committee on Federal Preemption and State/Federal Affairs; former member, Anne Arundel Community College Advisory Board.