Campaign 1994

ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL

October 09, 1994

Gramm, Brock, Ehrlich due outside courthouse

Sen. Phil Gramm of Texas will join Republican candidates Bill Brock and Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. at 1 p.m. Tuesday outside the Harford County Courthouse in Bel Air.

The gathering is being promoted as a chance for the candidates to "affirm their commitment to the citizens of Harford County for responsible leadership into the 21st century."

Mr. Brock, a former U.S. senator from Tennessee, is seeking the Senate seat held by Democratic incumbent Paul S. Sarbanes.

Mr. Ehrlich, a state delegate from Baltimore County, is running against Democrat Gerry L. Brewster for the 2nd Congressional District seat held by Republican Helen Delich Bentley.

Information: 836-9133.

Candidates' forum will be held Oct. 18

A candidates' forum for state legislative positions in Districts 6, 34 and 35 will be held from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Oct. 18 at Bel Air High School, 100 Heighe St.

New voting machines will be on display, and the Harford Community Food Pantry will collect nonperishable food items for Harford County Hunger Awareness Month.

The forum is sponsored by the League of Women Voters, the American Association of Retired Persons, the Harford County Commission for Women, the Harford County Council of PTAs, the American Association of University Women and the Harford County Education Association.

Information: 838-8348.

Del. DeJuliis supports Brewster for Congress

Del. Connie Galiazzo DeJuliis has endorsed Del. Gerry L. Brewster for Maryland's 2nd Congressional District.

"My campaign is not over until we elect a Democrat on Nov. 8. We must elect real people with the values of honesty, decency and who possess a hard work ethic," Ms. DeJuliis said.

Mr. Brewster recently received a unanimous vote from members of the Metropolitan Baltimore Council of the AFL-CIO. For the union to endorse, a candidate must receive at least 66 percent of the vote.

President Ernest Grecco said the organization is backing Mr. Brewster because of his positions on several issues, including OSHA, health care and the striker replacement bill.

Riverside Association sponsors forum

The Riverside Community Association will sponsor a candidates' forum at 7 p.m. Oct. 24 at the Riverside Community Center, 1 Church Creek Drive.

Primary winners for the offices of county executive, County Council president and County Council have been invited. Information: 676-0312.

Fund-raiser planned for Mitchell Shank

The Committee to Elect Mitchell Shank will have a "Dessert Party" fund-raiser from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Oct. 25 at the Arborview at Riverside, 1300 Liriope Court in Belcamp.

The cost is $20 per person, $35 per couple. Send checks to "Committee to Elect Mitchell Shank," P.O. Box 189, Belcamp, Md. 21017, or call 273-1745 or 679-2126.

Issues forum presented by Riverside group

The Riverside Community Association's issues forum will be at 7 p.m. Oct. 25 at the Riverside Community Center, 1 Church Creek Drive.

The forum will examine if the police department or the sheriff's department should be the county's main law enforcement agency. Information: 676-0312.

New officers elected by Democratic group

The Democratic Central Committee held its first organizational meeting Sept. 22 in the County Council chambers and elected new officers.

They are Ann M. Hughes, chairwoman; Clara W. Hopkins, secretary; and Doris G. Carey, treasurer.

Newly inducted members include Patricia E. Birth, Doris G. Carey, G. Edward Fielder, Clara W. Hopkins, Ann M. Hughes, Mary Ann Lisanti and Phyllis B. Martin.

To join the group, call Clara Hopkins at 569-0046.

Police Association endorses Joe Meadows

Joe Meadows, the Republican candidate for Harford County sheriff in the November general election, has won the endorsement of the Bel Air Police Association.

Dennis Murphy, president of the association, praised Mr. Meadows' work as a state prosecutor and said: "The office of sheriff needs his courage, intelligence and aggressive brand of management."

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