Joan Cadden, a candidate for the House of Delegates in District 31, will join the Democratic ticket, headed by Brooklyn Park Sen. Philip C. Jimeno, for the Nov. 6 general election.
A former member of the Anne Arundel County Board of Education from Brooklyn Park, Cadden led the field of Democratic candidates in last week's primary.
Cadden joins incumbents W. Ray Huff and Charles W. "Stokes" Kolodziejski -- who also won their party's nomination -- on the United 31st ticket.
Cadden said she will move her campaign into the incumbents' Fort Smallwood Road headquarters this week.
To finance her campaign through November, Cadden said she has planned a $20-a-ticket fund-raiser on Oct. 6 from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. in the Stoney Creek Democratic Club.
While moving her headquarters, Cadden said additional information can be obtained from her daughter, Joanne Cadden-Long, at 789-3673.
GEPHARDT SUPPORTS BURLISON FOR HOUSE
Democrat Bill Burlison said he will set the tone for the District 33 House of Delegates race at a 10 a.m. press conference tomorrow at the Crofton Country Club.
He didn't release any further details.
Burlison, a former U.S. representative from Missouri, is one of three Democrats who ran unopposed in last week's primary and received an automatic nomination to the Nov. 6 general election.
The Crofton attorney also announced a joint appearance with U.S. Representative Richard Gephardt, D-Missouri, at a $30-a-ticket fund-raiser for Burlison on Oct. 18 in the Crofton Country Club ballroom.
Gephardt is House majority floor leader and made an unsuccessful bid for president in 1988.
CANDIDATES, VOTERS SHOULD MIND DATES
The county Board of Supervisors of Elections wants voters and candidates to keep these deadlines in mind: *Sept. 21 -- Last day to decline party nominations before general election, 5 p.m.
*Sept. 24 -- Voter registration books re-open.
*Oct. 9 -- Last day to register before general election.
*Oct. 9 -- Last day for elderly or people with disabilities to apply for accessible polling place for general election.
*Oct. 30 -- Last day for receipt of absentee voter applications for general election.
*Nov. 6 -- General election.
*Nov. 26 -- Voter registration books re-open.
For more information, call the election board at 787-8210 Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., or 787-1759 for 24-hour service.