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Here We Go Politics As Usual

| July 21, 2009, 05:53 PM | 0 Comments

Bogus Email Attempts To Withdraw Candidate

Legum’s New Line is reporting that Annapolis City Hall received a bogus email purportedly from Republican Aldermanic Candidate for Ward 3, Scott Bowling asking to be removed from the ballot.

I am a Democrat and Scott is a Republican. We disagree on many issues. But we do agree that this kind of conduct has no place in city politics.

The city is facing real challenges and the 2009 municipal elections in Annapolis should be decided on who has the ideas, the experience and the vision to meet them.  (Judd Legum)

While politics is a dirty business, there is no place for this in Annapolis. Hopefully Scott Bowling and City Hall will work together to identify the people behind this and hold them accountable.

(And kudos to Regina Watkins-Eldridge, City Elections Clerk, for being on the ball.)

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