Birthplace and date: Baltimore; March 4, 1975.
Marital status: Married to Melanie Dillon.
Children: Ronald Dillon III, who is nicknamed Trey, 21/2; Olivia Dillon, 11 months.
College: University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
Celebrity I most resemble: Ron Howard.
My most notable characteristic or personality trait: Willingness to listen, calmness.
I'd love to trade places for a day with: Anybody that works a 40-hour week.
Nobody knows I: Can't tell; then everyone will know.
Favorite quote: "Creditability before profitability." -- My dad.
Best book I've ever read: "Beautiful Swimmers: Watermen, Crabs and the Chesapeake Bay," by William W. Warner.
Favorite TV show of all time: "According to Jim."
Restaurant in my district where my constituents would most likely run into me: With two young kids, constituents are most likely to see me in the carryout line at Texas Roadhouse or breakfasting alone at Cookie's Kitchen.
My favorite restaurant outside my district: Snyders Willow Grove in Linthicum.
Favorite cake: Carvel ice cream cake.
Car I drive: A 2001 BMW 330Ci daily; a 1993 Ford Mustang Cobra occasionally.
Best car I've ever had: Hard decision. For thrill and speed, I would say my 1981 Pontiac Trans Am that looked like it came from "Smokey and the Bandit"; for family, the BMW; and best overall, the 1993 Mustang Cobra.
Politician I most admire: None.
Favorite president: Ronald Reagan.
Most important influence in my life: Parents, the obvious parent-son relationship, but I've also worked with my dad on a daily basis since I was 16.
Favorite place to vacation: Not picky. Anywhere with a beach and warm sun. Normally Ocean City, Md.
Most interesting place I ever visited: Key West, Fla.
Pet peeve: Egos and people who only talk about themselves.
Impression people have of me that I would most like to change: Don't know of any. Would change them if I did.
Impression people have of Anne Arundel County that I would most like to change: Well, I think there is a general mistrust of government and in many cases rightfully so. Would like people to realize that there are people in government that do care and are honest.