Franks to stump in county union backs Murphy CAMPAIGN 1994

August 14, 1994|By Sun staff writer TaNoah V. Sterling

Ron Franks, who is running for the Republican nomination to the U.S. Senate from Maryland, will campaign throughout Anne Arundel County Tuesday, making stops at College Shopping Center, Severna Park Mall, Southgate Shopping Plaza and other shopping centers in Glen Burnie around 2 p.m.

From 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., he will visit Rowe Boulevard, Melvin Avenue and Farragut Road, in Annapolis, then travel to Annapolis Harbor Center.

Mr. Franks will speak to the Severn River Association and attend a Senatorial Forum in Catonsville later that evening.

For more information, call 1-800-3-FRANKS.


The Boilermakers Local Union 608, in the Coast Guard Yard in Curtis Bay, has endorsed A. Shirley Murphy for County Council in the 3rd District.

Charles Householder, president of the union said the metal trade craft workers chose Ms. Murphy because "she supports a better county and she supports union activity."


The Committee to Elect Jack Feehley to the state Senate is planning a fund-raiser from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Sept. 1 at Windows on the Bay at the White Rocks Marina.

Caribbean music for "We Be Jammin for Jack," will be provided by Mama Jama.

Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door.

Mr. Feehley, a Republican, is running in District 31, which includes Pasadena, Riviera Beach and Brooklyn Park.

For more information, call 255-1717.


The Greater Crofton Chamber of Commerce, Crofton Civic Association, Crofton Country Club and Greater Crofton Council are sponsoring a candidate forum at 7 p.m. Sept. 7 at the Crofton Country Club.

Candidates for county executive, County Council, state delegate, and state senator will attend. The Crofton County Club is at 1691 Crofton Parkway.

For more information, call Sheila Schneider at 721-9131.


The James J. Riley Campaign Committee will hold a fund-raiser Sept. 10 at the Riverdale Restaurant, 143 Inverness Road, Severna Park.

Mr. Riley is running for the Republican nomination for the House of Delegates in District 31, which includes Pasadena, Brooklyn Park and Riviera Beach.

The cost for the crab feast is $25, to be paid by Aug. 30. For more information, call 360-2293.


Gerald Starr, running for a Republican nomination to the House of Delegates from District 32, is calling for tighter security on the light rail system to keep criminals from using it as a way to enter Anne Arundel County.

Mr. Starr wants to eliminate the honor system, in which no one checks to see if passengers bought a ticket, and impose a ticket with a bar code that can be inserted into electronic scanners on board the trains.

Mr. Starr said the system will help stop joy-riding on the train and enable workers to keep an accurate account of the number of people who use the trains.

District 32 includes Linthicum, Glen Burnie and Severn.


The Anne Arundel Trade Council will sponsor a debate between the Republican and Democratic nominees for county executive at 7:45 p.m. Oct. 13 in the Pascal Center for the Performing Arts at Anne Arundel Community College.

The debate is open and free to the public.

Rod Daniels, WBAL-TV news anchorman, will moderate the debate, and panelists will include writers from the Capital, The Sun, and Baltimore Business Journal.

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