Barr to speak at fund-raiser for Greiber CAMPAIGN 1994


June 16, 1994|By Sun Staff Writer John A. Morris

Former U.S. Attorney General William P. Barr is to speak at a reception tonight * for John Greiber, a Republican candidate for Anne Arundel County state's attorney.

The reception is planned for 6:30 p.m. at Toad Hall, the South County home of William E. and Sandy Brock. Mr. Brock, former Republican National Committee chairman, is running for U.S. Senate.

Tickets cost $100 per person; $150 per couple. Anyone interested in more information should contact Mr. Greiber's campaign at 268-6600.


a committee to re-elect state Sen. Philip C. Jimeno of Brooklyn Park is planning a day of golf on Monday to raise money for his campaign.

Golfers tee off at 9 a.m. at the Bay Hills Golf Course in Arnold.

Mr. Jimeno, a Democrat, represents District 31, which includes Riviera Beach, Pasadena and portions of eastern Severna Park. For more information, contact committee chairman John Campoletanno at 974-1579.


A committee to elect John J. Klocko III of Crofton to the County Council is planning an ice cream social on June 25 to raise money for his campaign.

The event is to run from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the meadow behind his wife's dental office at 1375 Defense Highway in Gambrils. The afternoon is to include activities for children and all-you-can-eat sundaes.

Tickets cost $5 per person or $15 per family. For more information, call 721-7020 or 721-5363.

Mr. Klocko is running in the 7th Councilmanic District, now represented by Virginia Clagett, a Democrat. He is expected to face James Overmeier of Crofton in the Republican primary.


Jim Rzepkowski of Pasadena is planning a fund-raiser at 1 p.m. June 26 to finance his campaign for one of three state House of Delegates seats in District 32.

Mr. Rzepkowski, 23, is one of two Republicans challenging the Democrats for the seats. The district includes Linthicum, Glen Burnie, Severn, Jessup and a small portion of Pasadena.

The event, his second, is set for Kurtz Beach. Tickets are $25 per adult; $12.50 per child over six. For more information, call 766-4672.


James J. Riley of Pasadena announced his campaign for the state House of Delegates Tuesday.

A Republican, Mr. Riley is running in District 31, which includes Brooklyn Park, Riviera Beach and eastern portions of Severna Park. He is one of six candidates vying in the September primary for three Republican nominations.

A retired Baltimore school teacher, Mr. Riley ran for delegate and U.S. Representative as a Democrat during the 1980s. He changed parties four years ago, winning the Republican primary. He had a fund-raiser Sunday.


The Maryland State's Attorneys Association has selected state Del. Phillip D. Bissett of Mayo as "Legislator of the Year" for 1994.

A Republican, Mr. Bissett is one of three delegates from District 30, which includes Annapolis, Shady Side and portions of Lower Broadneck.

He has served on the House Judiciary Committee since he was appointed to the seat left vacant by the 1991 death of Aris T. Allen. This past year, he pressed for legislation to crack down on drunken drivers.

The association, which represents prosecutors in 24 counties, will present Mr. Bissett's award on Wednesday at its annual convention in Ocean City.


The deadline for changing political party affiliation for the Sept. 13 primary election is 9 p.m. Monday, the county's Board of Supervisors of Election has announced.

In order to change parties, voters must go in person to the election office in room 305 at the Arundel Center North in Glen Burnie.

The change also can be made by mail. The letter with the voter's signature should be sent to P.O. Box 490, Glen Burnie, Md. 21060-0490. Letters must be received by the election office by the Monday deadline.

K? Additional information may be obtained by calling 222-6600.

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