Meyers opens campaign for Boschert council seat CAMPAIGN 1994

May 11, 1994|By Sun staff writer John A. Morris

Norman G. Meyers Sr., past president of the Odenton Improvement Association, launched his campaign for a County Council seat Monday night at the Odenton Volunteer Fire Hall.

Mr. Meyers, 56, is running for the Democratic nomination to the 4th District council seat being vacated by David Boschert. Mr. Boschertis running for the state House of Delegates.

The council district includes Maryland City, Millersville and Sherwood Forest.

A past president of the West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Meyers is owner of an Odenton-based printing company.

He lives in Courts of Four Seasons with his wife, Maureen, and he has four children and four grandchildren.


U.S. Rep. Benjamin L. Cardin, who represents the 3rd Congressional District, is to speak to the Severn Improvement Association at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the Western District Police Station.

Mr. Cardin, whose district includes the Linthicum and Severn areas, is to discuss national and local issues, such as airport noise, Fort Meade and growth controls.

The police station is located at 8273 Telegraph Road in Odenton.


Micheal F. Canning Jr., a Crofton Democrat, is expected to formally join the race for a seat in the Maryland House of Delegates at 1 p.m. May 21 in Gambrills.

The 33-year-old attorney and former mortgage loan officer has been organizing his bid for for one of three District 33 seats for 18 months and will appear in Crofton's Armed Services Day Parade Saturday .

Mr. Canning is to appear in the parade with Russel Hirschon, who ran for president in 1992 to stress the importance of voting to teen-agers.

Mr. Canning also has been active with the Crofton Civic Association, the Kiwanis, the Anne Arundel Trade Council and Arundel Habitat for Humanity. District 33 includes Odenton, Severna Park and much of South County.


John J. Klocko III, a lawyer and Crofton resident, is expected to announce his candidacy for the Republican nomination to the County Council at 4 p.m. Sunday in Gambrills.

A founder and past president of the Greater Crofton Council, Mr. Klocko, 37, is making his second bid for the District 7 seat held by County Councilwoman Virginia Clagett.

Ms. Clagett, a Democrat, is prohibited from seeking re-election to the council because of a two-term limit. She is expected to run for a House of Delegates seat.

Mr. Klocko has served as chairman of several county-appointed panels, including the County Council's Eastern Bypass Task Force.


Financial backers of Robert Ehrlich's bid for the 2nd Congressional District seat will tee off at 8 a.m. Monday in a golf tournament at Hunt Valley Golf Club.

The state delegate and Republican from Baltimore County is campaigning to replace U.S. Rep. Helen Delich Bentley, who is seeking the GOP gubernatorial nomination.

The 2nd District includes much of northeastern Anne Arundel County, including Pasadena and portions of Severna Park.

This is the second annual tournament sponsored by Mr. Ehrlich's campaign committee to raise money for the candidate.

Players are asked to contribute $200 each, $400 if they represent a political action committee.

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