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Tommie Broadwater Jr.

Herbert Jackson

Decatur W. Trotter James H. Whitley Jr. Tommie Broadwater Jr. 3309 Hayes St., Glenarden Age: 48

Businessman and entrepreneur: Broadwater Bail Bond Service, Castle Theatre & Restaurant, Ebony Inn/Disco/Restaurant; former two-term state senator from 24th District; member, Budget and Taxation Committee, Governor's Task Force on Housing, Oversight Committee on Transportation, Governor's Commission on Juvenile Problems, Joint Oversight Committee on Corrections and Maryland Legislative Black Caucus; experienced in state and local politics and understands needs of constituents; while in office, increased state funding for colleges and universities and awarded more than $100,000 to 600 students in the district; increased minority appointments to various county boards; a family man and concerned citizen. Herbert Jackson 1409 Third St., Glenarden Age: 55

President, Syntech Enterprises Ltd., computer consulting firm; mayor, city of Glenarden, 1981-83; chairman, Glenarden City Council, 1977-79; member, Glenarden City Council, 1967-79; member and co-chairman, Citizens for Better Government, 1967-70; former member, Association of Computing Machinery, The Institute of Management Sciences, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; BS, mathematics, South Carolina State College; MS, industrial engineering, Stanford University; retired federal employee, 1986; former director, Collington Life Care Facility, Prince George's County; treasurer and director, Banneker-Douglas Museum Foundation, Annapolis; member, American Legion, Glenarden; member Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity and Holy Redeemer Episcopal Church, Landover. Decatur W. Trotter 1422 Third St., Glenarden Age: 58 Incumbent

Director of Adult Programs, Bureau of Rehabilitation, a private agency; member, Maryland Senate, 1983-present; judge, Orphans' Court, 1982-83; delegate, Maryland General Assembly, 1975-79; mayor, Town of Glenarden, 1970-74; member, Glenarden Town Council, 1961-68; senate leadership, Rules Committee; vice chairman, Prince George's Senate Delegation; chairman, Maryland Legislative Black Caucus, 1986-88; member, Budget and Taxation Committee, Health, Education and Human Resources Subcommittee, Capital Budget Subcommittee, Governor's Commission on Black Health and Governor's Drug and Alcohol Abuse Commission. James H. Whitley Jr. Candidate has withdrawn