John B. Stevens Jr. (D)

Age: 32

Residence: Sterling.

Education: BA, political science, Hofstra University.

Occupation: President, Dragonslayer Applications Inc.

Elected offices/civic activities: President, Broad Run Farms Civic Association; commissioner, Industrial Development Authority of Loudoun County; member, Community Criminal Justice Board of Loudoun County; Army Reserve officer.

Why should the voters elect you?

"Our area needs a community congressman, a representative who will work together with local leaders to implement regional solutions to our most difficult problems. As a community congressman, I will fight for rail to Dulles, smart growth and improved transportation, affordable health insurance, innovation and choice in public education, civil liberties and corporate ethics. I know that the strength of America is in its neighborhoods, that the best public policy is made by citizens and local leaders. As a community congressman, my mission will be to bring their wisdom and concerns to national legislation."

What would you like the voters to know about you?

"As a community congressman, I will spend a full day every month where we can sit and talk about the issues important to our community."

Web site:

www.stevensforcongress.org

E-mail address:

vote@stevensforcongress.org

Frank R. Wolf* (R)

Age: 63

Residence: Vienna.

Education: BA, Penn State University; LLB, Georgetown University law school.

Occupation: Lawyer; member, U.S. House of Representatives.

Elected offices/civic activities: Member, U.S. House of Representatives, 1981-present; deputy assistant secretary, congressional, legislative affairs, U.S. Department of the Interior, 1974-75.

Why should the voters elect you?

"Public records matter. My record includes leadership for: a strong economy (balanced budget; lower interest rates; lower income, capital gains and estate taxes); quality education (more classroom funding, drug education grants); improved child care (helped establish new federal centers in this area and nationwide); federal employees and retirees (telework policy, cost-of-living adjustments); senior citizens (protecting Social Security and Medicare); better transportation (local airports control; Dulles corridor mass transit, I-66, Beltway, Wilson Bridge improvements; 103-mile Metrorail completion); environmental and historic preservation (Clean Air and Water acts, Manassas Battlefield, Shenandoah Valley Civil War sites); human rights, religious freedom advocate."

What would you like the voters to know about you?

"To me, honesty and integrity matter above all else. I have always treated this office as a great public trust and always will."

Web site:

www.wolfforcongress.org

E-mail address:

wolfforcongress@yahoo.com