Ex-secretary of state joins Canning's bid CAMPAIGN 1994

CAMPAIGN NOTES

July 24, 1994|By This report was compiled by Sun staff writer John A. Morris

Former Maryland Secretary of State Fred Wineland has joined the campaign to elect Mike Canning of Crofton to the House of Delegates.

Mr. Wineland, who served as secretary of state from 1971 to 1982, will serve as the candidate's finance chairman.

He will oversee fund-raising strategy and events.

A Prince George's County resident, Mr. Wineland also served in the House of Delegates and the state Senate.

Mr. Canning, an attorney, is seeking the Democratic nomination in District 33, which includes Fort Meade, Severna Park and Lothian.

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The Friday Morning Democratic Breakfast Club has invited gubernatorial candidate Melvin A. Steinberg to speak at 7:45 a.m. Aug. 12.

The meeting will be held at Crate Cafe, 49 West St., Annapolis.

Other candidates also have been scheduled to speak next month.

House of Delegates candidates Patricia Huecker (District 33) and Larry Johnson (District 30) will appear Aug. 5 and 26 respectively.

Comptroller Louis L. Goldstein is scheduled for Aug. 19.

The breakfast costs $3.

For more information, call 757-1678.

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Rocky Rosacker, a state House of Delegates candidate in Annapolis, will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday with voters at the Broadneck library.

Mr. Rosacker is seeking the Republican nomination in District 30, which includes Lower Broadneck, Annapolis, Mayo and Shady Side.

Mr. Rosacker, a former Marine, will answer voters' questions.

The event is sponsored by Young Republicans of Anne Arundel County.

For additional infommation, call 280-6740.

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State's attorney candidate John Greiber appears to have exaggerated a portion of his family history in campaign literature.

A handbill distributed by the Republican candidate says he was "born and raised in Anne Arundel County."

But Mr. Greiber said Friday that his parents were living in the Brooklyn section of Baltimore when he was born.

His parents moved to Brooklyn Park in Anne Arundel County when he was 4, he said.

He noted that the two communities are closely linked.

Mr. Greiber attended Anne Arundel County public schools, including Linthicum Elementay and Brooklyn Park High School, before graduating from Southern High in Baltimore.

He also briefly attended high school in Pennsylvania.

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