Robert D. 'Bob' Hull (D)*

Age: 50

Residence: Tyler Park.

Education: AS, Northern Virginia Community College; BS, Virginia Tech; completed two years of graduate school at Virginia Tech.

Occupation: Real estate agent, state delegate.

Elected offices/civic activities: Member, Virginia House of Delegates, 1993-present; member, Virginia-Maryland-D.C. Joint Legislative Commission on Interstate Transportation; member, Virginia-Israel Advisory Board; member, Fairfax County Park Authority Board; member, Fairfax County Community Development Block Grant Selection Committee; member, Fairfax County Community Improvement Program Advisory Committee; member, Fairfax County Industrial Development Authority; member, Fairfax County Agricultural and Forestral District Commission; member, Fairfax County Tree Commission.

What do you think is the most urgent problem facing your jurisdiction?

"There is an urgent need to relieve traffic congestion throughout Northern Virginia. We have the third-largest state-maintained road network in the country, and we can better maintain it by raising the current 17.5-cent gasoline tax by 5.5 cents to increase revenue while remaining competitive with neighboring states. The new governor also needs to call a special legislative session to find another dedicated funding source for road and rail construction. But nothing is more important than public education. I supported Gov. Warner's tax reform and budget plans last year, which provided a record $1.5 billion increase in public school funding."

Why should voters elect you?

"I have lived in my district my entire life. I understand my constituents and I would like to continue to fight to better their lives."

Web site:

bobhull.org

E-mail address:

None given.

C. W. 'Levi' Levy (IG)

Age: 73

Residence: Falls Church.

Education: BA, fine art painting, George Mason University; AA, communications, Northern Virginia Community College.

Occupation: Retired businessman.

Elected offices/civic activities: None given.

What do you think is the most urgent problem facing your jurisdiction?

"Transportation congestion is my jurisdiction's most urgent problem, which can be solved by the Levi Levy high bridge and tunnel from Fort Washington, Md., to Fort Belvoir -- which a local newspaper about eight years ago published along with my picture in a hard hat. All other solutions, like the rebuilt Wilson Bridge, are only a Band-Aid to a festering wound destroying the enjoyment of our nation's capital by people of all walks of life."

Why should voters elect you?

"Although I have never won in running for state, local and federal elections, 57,000 votes have been cast for Levi Levy in 11 straight years."

Web site:

None given.

E-mail address:

None given.

B. Leland Cheung (R)

Did not respond.