Eldridge and Carr running for HouseJohn C. Eldridge Jr...

ANNE ARUNDEL CAMPAIGN BRIEFS

May 04, 1994|By Sun staff writer John A. Morris.

Eldridge and Carr running for House

John C. Eldridge Jr. and Steve Carr, both of Annapolis, have launched campaigns for seats in the Maryland House of Delegates.

Each is seeking the Democratic nomination to one of three seats in District 30, which includes Annapolis and the lower Broadneck Peninsula.

Mr. Eldridge, 27, has worked as the legislative aide to Anne Arundel's 13-member House contingent for the past two years. He also was elected to the county Democratic Central Committee in 1990.

Mr. Carr, 40, has lobbied the General Assembly on environmental issues for the Severn River Association in each of the past five years. He also managed Annapolis Mayor Alfred A. Hopkins' re-election campaign last fall.

Counihan declares for District 33 seat

Hal Counihan of Gambrills is seeking a state House of Delegates seat in District 33, which includes Odenton, west Severna Park and much of South County.

A Democrat, Mr. Counihan, 50, formally announced his campaign late last month. He is an administrator at Anne Arundel Community College and helped create the college's Center for the Study of Local Issues, which conducts semi-annual opinion polls.

Glendening scheduled by Breakfast Club

Parris N.Glendening, the Prince George's County executive and a gubernatorial candidate, will meet with Annapolis Democrats for breakfast at 7:45 a.m. Friday.

Mr. Glendening is one of several candidates and former officials scheduled to appear this month before the Friday Morning Democratic Breakfast Club, which meets at the Crate Cafe on West Street.

James Moorhead, a candidate for state comptroller, is expected May 13 and David DeAngelis, who is challenging County Council member Diane Evans for the District 5 seat, is to appear May 27.

Robert Kramer, a former state delegate from Annapolis, is to appear May 20 to discuss innovative approaches to transportation.

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For information on the club or breakfast, call 757-1678.

Boergers bringing campaign to area

Mary Boergers, a state senator from Montgomery County and a Democratic gubernatorial candidate, is campaigning in Annapolis and South County this week.

She is to talk with the South County Democratic Club at 7 p.m., today at the Pirates Cove Restaurant in Galesville. She is to speak at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis at 11 a.m. tomorrow in honor of Nurses Day.

Brewster stops in Jacobsville

Gerry L. Brewster, a Baltimore County delegate and Democrat, stopped in Jacobsville last week to kick off his campaign for U.S. representative in the 2nd Congressional District.

Mr. Brewster toured the Eastern District Police Station and the Jacobsville fire station as he made appearances in each of the three counties in the 2nd District.

The district, now represented by Republican Helen Delich Bentley, runs from Harford County through Dundalk to eastern Anne Arundel County and includes Pasadena and portions of Severna Park.

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