State UAW council announces endorsements CAMPAIGN 1994

August 14, 1994

A state council of the United Auto Workers has announced its endorsements of Harford County candidates in the coming elections.

The Maryland State UAW Community Action Program Council has endorsed incumbents Mary Louise Preis and Rose Mary Hatem Bonsack and first-time candidate Sean Patrick Carven for the three seats up for grabs in 34th legislative district House of Delegates race. All are Democrats.

In District 35, where two Harford delegates will be elected, the auto workers have endorsed Democrats Joseph V. Lutz and incumbent Donald C. Fry.

In the state Senate race, the UAW endorsed incumbent Sen. William H. Amoss, a Democrat, for the 35th District seat.

The panel chose not to endorse anyone for the 34th District Senate seat, said Henry R. Bert, president of the statewide council.

Incumbent Sen. Habern W. Freeman Jr., running unopposed in the Democratic primary in the 34th District, will face Del. David R. Craig, a Republican who also is unopposed in the primary, in the November election.

The UAW endorsed Council woman Theresa M. Pierno for County Council president. Mrs. Pierno is running against Arthur H. Helton, a former councilman and former state senator, in the Democratic primary. The winner will face Republican Councilwoman Joanne S. Parrott in November.

Mr. Bert said the UAW endorsements took into account the candidates' insights into how they would create jobs in Harford County.

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