By David Hill, Ashley Lewis, Christopher Weaver and Laurie White
Congressional District 1:
NANCY VOSS, 75, is a retired kindergarten teacher from Denton. She is a veteran of the Caroline County Democratic State Central Committee and has attended six conventions as a volunteer. This will be her first convention as a delegate. Voss is pledged to Clinton.
MICHAEL EAVES, of Forest Hill, is a real estate agent and secretary of the Harford County Democratic Central Committee. Eaves was also a member of the Young Democrats of Maryland, and served as a staffer for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. This is his first convention. Eaves is pledged to Clinton.
JACK HUGHES, 50, of Salisbury, is a correctional officer. Hughes will represent the American Federation of State and Municipal Employees. Hughes is married with children. This is his first convention. Hughes is pledged to Clinton.
BARRIE TILGHMAN is the mayor of Salisbury, a post she has held since 1998. Before becoming mayor, Tilghman worked for various political campaigns and community organizations, such as the Salisbury Historic District Commission and the Salisbury School Board of Trustees. She is a pledged alternate delegate for Clinton.
RYAN EWING, 28, of Easton, is the field organizer for the Maryland League of Conservation Voters. Ewing also served as a town councilor in Brunswick, Maine. Ewing attended Western Maryland College and George Washington University. Ewing is married. This is his first convention. Ewing is pledged to Obama.
JOYCE FITZPATRICK, 69, of Grasonville, is retired. Fitzpatrick graduated from Penn State University. Fitzpatrick is married with three children. This will be her first convention. She is pledged to Obama.
Congressional District 2:
MARIETTA ENGLISH, 61, is the president of the Baltimore Teacher’s Union. She previously taught Baltimore public schools for more than 30 years. She entered politics as a volunteer for the campaigns of Maryland politicians including Tony Fulton, a late Maryland delegate, and Cummings, a congressman. English, who lives in Baltimore, is a pledged Clinton delegate.
DION GUTHRIE, 70, of Joppatowne, is a Harford County councilman. Among his degrees, Guthrie has a bachelor’s from McKendree School of Religion. Guthrie is married with six children. He is pledged to Clinton.
CHERYL GLENN, 57, of Baltimore, is a member of the Maryland House of Delegates. Glenn is also a member of the Environmental Matters Committee and Women Legislators of Maryland. Glenn attended the Community College of Baltimore County and the National Labor College. She is married and has five children. Glenn is pledged to Obama.
KATHLEEN M. MILLER, 43, of Timonium, is the manager of a holistic wellness center. She began following Obama’s career after hearing his 2004 convention speech, and flew to Springfield, Ill., to be on hand when Obama announced his candidacy in February 2007. She is pledged to Obama.
ROBERT JOHNSON Jr., has a bachelor’s from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. He is a delegate pledged to Obama.
KWAME RICH, 36, is the owner of the Regeneration Project, an organization that provides mental health services and therapeutic mentoring to at-risk youths in Baltimore. Rich was an early Obama supporter and volunteered with the campaign in Maryland, as well as other states. He is a pledged alternate delegate for Obama.
Congressional District 3:
SANDRA HILLMAN, 67, of Baltimore, is the president of Sandy Hillman Communications. Hillman is married and has two children. This is her first convention. She is pledged to Clinton.
MAGGIE MCINTOSH, 60, represents Baltimore’s 43rd district in the Maryland House of Delegates, a post she first won in 1992. She previously taught in Baltimore’s public schools. She attended a convention as a delegate in 1980. McIntosh is pledged to Hillary Clinton.
JON LARIA, 42, of Baltimore, is a partner at the Ballard Spahr Andrews and Ingersoll law firm. Laria received degrees from Johns Hopkins University and the University Of Maryland School of Law. He is married and has one child. This is his first convention. Laria is pledged to Clinton.
LISA LOPEZ FRIEDMAN, 31, recently moved to Columbia from Wyoming and is a social worker at Baltimore’s Child Protective Services. She is an Air Force veteran who got excited about Obama after his 2004 convention speech. When her husband decided to run as a convention delegate, she joked that since she supported Obama first, she should have the honor. He told her to fill out the form, too. She won, and is now a delegate pledged to Obama. Her husband, though jealous, still plans to join her on the trip to Denver.
DANIEL CLEMENTS, 61, of Annapolis, is an attorney at Salsbury Clements Bekman Marder & Adkins, L.L.C. Clements also served as assistant U.S. Attorney for Maryland, as well as president of the Maryland Trial Lawyers Association. Clements attended Pennsylvania State University and George Washington University Law School. This is his first convention. Clements is pledged to Obama.
DAVID MARKER, 51, is a statistician at Westat, a consulting company in Rockville. He lives in Columbia. Marker has served on the Howard County Central Committee and has volunteered for campaigns since George McGovern’s bid in 1972. Marker volunteered to help organize Obama’s Maryland campaign in Jan. 2007. Now, he is a pledged delegate for Obama.
LYN FARROW, of Annapolis, is the manager of Resource Development at Maryland Mentoring Partnership. Farrow will be an alternate at this year’s convention and is pledged to Obama.
Congressional District 4:
ANGELA ALSOBROOKS, 37, is the executive director of the Prince George’s County Revenue Authority. She lives in Upper Marlboro. She became active in the Democratic Party as an intern for the district’s representative to Congress, Eleanor Holmes Norton. She worked on the Al Gore campaign in 2000. Alsobrooks is pledged to Clinton.
DARRELL A. MILLER, 44, is the first African-American man to be elected mayor of Capitol Heights. He began his first term in 2006. He served as a city councilman from 2002 to 2006, and has worked as a systems administrator at Howard University School of Law. He is a pledged delegate for Clinton.
RUSHERN L. BAKER, III, 49, of Cheverly, is a former member of the Maryland House of Delegates and executive director of the Community Teachers Institute. Baker received his bachelor’s, as well as a law degree, from Howard University. Baker is married and has three children. He is pledged to Obama.
MICHAEL BUCKLEY, 39, of Silver Spring, is the communications director for both the AFL-CIO Alliance of Retired Americans, and Maryland for Obama. Buckley attended American University. This will be his first convention. Buckley is pledged to Obama.
NATHANIEL EXUM, 68, of Landover, is a Maryland State Senator and former member of the Maryland House of Delegates. Exum attended Howard University. He is married with children. This will be his third convention. Exum is pledged to Obama.
MARY JANE COOLEN, 47, of Cheverly, is a legislative aide in the Maryland General Assembly, and works both as a therapeutic riding instructor and as the Mid-Atlantic marketing manager for Vermont Mystic Pie Company. Coolen attended George Washington University. This will be her first convention. She is pledged to Obama.
JOLENE IVEY, 47, of Cheverly, is a Maryland State Delegate. Ivey received a bachelor’s from Towson University and a master’s from the University of Maryland. She is married with five children. Ivey is pledged to Obama.
KATINA ROJAS JOY, of Bowie, is a member of the National Latinas Caucus and attended the 4th World Conference on Women in Beijing in 1995. Rojas Joy is an alternate pledged to Obama.