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Toni Strong Pratt Annonces Run for Alderwoman in Ward 4

Toni Strong Pratt Annonces Run for Alderwoman in Ward 4

| April 17, 2021, 12:42 PM

Local community advocate,  Toni Strong Pratt, has announced her campaign for Alderwoman of Annapolis’ Ward 4. Toni’s recent community work alongside others affected most by issues of adequate housing, opioid recovery, public safety and equity has compelled her to run again for this office after she lost the nomination to the incumbent, Sheila Finlayson, in […]

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Franchot Outlines Vision for Maryland

Franchot Outlines Vision for Maryland

| April 13, 2021, 10:14 AM

Launching a new phase in his gubernatorial campaign, Peter Franchot released The Franchot Pledges: A Bold Vision for Maryland’s Future, a comprehensive set of 14 pledges outlining his commitments to Marylanders if elected governor. Each pledge is a specific, substantive commitment in a critical policy area such as family-supporting jobs, controlling healthcare costs, the transition […]

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Paone Will Not Seek Re-Election as Annapolis Ward 2 Alderman

Paone Will Not Seek Re-Election as Annapolis Ward 2 Alderman

| April 09, 2021, 05:04 PM

Annapolis Ward 2 Alderman Fred Paone, will not be seeking another term on the City Council. In n an emailed statement, Paone thanked the City staff, his curent and former colleagues on the Council and former and current Mayors. The time has come for me to decide whether I shall run for re-election as Ward […]

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Former State Delegate Herb McMillan Makes It Official, Will Run For County Executive in 2022

Former State Delegate Herb McMillan Makes It Official, Will Run For County Executive in 2022

| April 07, 2021, 04:00 PM

Former State Delegate Herb McMillan, a Naval Academy graduate and Annapolis resident, announced his candidacy today for Anne Arundel County Executive. McMillan is well known for his fiscal conservatism. He’s fought to help Anne Arundel families and small businesses keep more of their hard earned money, tirelessly opposing higher taxes, wasteful spending, and corporate welfare, […]

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Franchot Gets a Jump on Statewide Endorsements for Gubernatorial Run

Franchot Gets a Jump on Statewide Endorsements for Gubernatorial Run

| March 27, 2021, 04:07 PM

Earlier this week, Peter Franchot’s campaign released a list of 112 current and former elected officials who have thrown their support behind Peter Franchot for Governor of Maryland in the 2022 election. Some of the endorsements included: Delegate J. Sandy Bartlett of Anne Arundel County: “After seeing over a year of the mishandling of UI […]

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Three Expected to Toss Hat Into GOP Ring For Anne Arundel County Executive in 2022

Three Expected to Toss Hat Into GOP Ring For Anne Arundel County Executive in 2022

| March 17, 2021, 12:12 PM

While there are no true secrets in politics, the one that Jessica Haire, Distrcit 7 Councilwoman for Anne Arundel County, is looking for the County Executive’s job is out of the bag.  Maryland Matters first reported the news on Tuesday.  Haire, a Republican, is a first term Councilwoman and the wife of State GOP leader […]

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Governor Hogan to present <em> State of the State</em> address online tomorrow night

Governor Hogan to present State of the State address online tomorrow night

| February 02, 2021, 11:03 AM

Governor Larry Hogan will deliver his seventh State of the State address on Wednesday, February 3. In accordance with federal and state health guidelines, the address will take place virtually. “While we honor the historic and constitutional significance of this annual tradition, it is important we follow the proper health protocols,” said Governor Hogan. “This […]

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Heather Mizeur launches bid to unseat Andy Harris from Maryland’s 1st District

Heather Mizeur launches bid to unseat Andy Harris from Maryland’s 1st District

| January 28, 2021, 08:51 AM

Heather Mizeur is in.  Citing the events of January 6, 2021 at the Capitol in Washington, DC and the subsequent actions of current Congressman Andy Harris, Mizeur has launched her campaign. In an email sent this morning, Mizeur, a former Maryland State Delegate and candidate for Maryland Governor formally launched the campaign asking for support. […]

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Maryland Senate President Emeritus Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr. passes away at 78

Maryland Senate President Emeritus Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr. passes away at 78

| January 15, 2021, 06:49 PM

Former President of the State Senate, Mike Miller has passed away at him home this afternoon. He was 78. Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr., was the longest serving state Senate president in Maryland  and United States history. He stepped down from his leadership role in the Senate prior to the start of the 2020 session, […]

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Lt. Governor Rutherford named Rodel Fellow in Public Leadership

Lt. Governor Rutherford named Rodel Fellow in Public Leadership

| January 06, 2021, 04:35 PM

Lt. Governor Boyd K. Rutherford has been selected as an Aspen Institute Rodel Fellow in Public Leadership. The lieutenant governor joins a bipartisan group of 23 other elected officials from across the country. Fellows were chosen “from hundreds of nominees based on their reputations for intellect, commitment to civility, and potential for significant future impact […]

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Governor Hogan: Politicians have forgotten they are beholden to the people, not the other way around.

Governor Hogan: Politicians have forgotten they are beholden to the people, not the other way around.

| January 04, 2021, 04:00 PM

With some leaders in the US Congress making a last ditch effort to overturn the results of November’s election, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan issued the following statement: Throughout my lifetime, American democracy has been a beacon of light across the world. Freedom-loving people have marveled at America because the people—not the politicians—elect the president, and […]

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BONUS PODCAST:  60 minutes with Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman

BONUS PODCAST: 60 minutes with Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman

| December 25, 2020, 04:34 PM

County Executive Steuart Pittman was elected to office two years ago. And I am quite sure he did not anticipate dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. But here we are. In this interview, we cover a lot of ground from what he feels are his successes and failures in office to COVID (of course), policing, opioids, […]

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State Senator, and former Senate President, Mike Miller resigns from the legislature

State Senator, and former Senate President, Mike Miller resigns from the legislature

| December 23, 2020, 01:17 PM

Citing his ongoing battle with cancer, State Senator, Thomas V. Mike Miller has resigned his seat in the Maryland State Senate.  Miller first won elective office in 1970 when he won election to the House of Delegates. He was then was elected to the state Senate in 1974 assuming the presidency of the Senate in 1986 […]

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Franchot, sets team, lays out plan for for Maryland as campaign for Governor kicks off

Franchot, sets team, lays out plan for for Maryland as campaign for Governor kicks off

| December 20, 2020, 10:22 AM

Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot, the state’s first declared Democratic candidate for governor, has announced his partnership with the well-respected Maryland political consulting firm, Tidemore. The firm’s leading principals, Ben Smith and Ben Groff, will oversee campaign operations. “Tidemore’s unparalleled expertise in managing Maryland political campaigns and proven fundraising results bring a new level of direction to my campaign,” said […]

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Former Schuh spokesman, Owen McEvoy, named Deputy Secretary of Housing and Community Development

Former Schuh spokesman, Owen McEvoy, named Deputy Secretary of Housing and Community Development

| December 18, 2020, 04:46 PM

Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) Secretary Kenneth C. Holt today announced that Owen McEvoy will serve as Deputy Secretary for the Department. Prior to his current role, McEvoy served as DHCD’s Director of Public Information where he managed a team of marketing, communications, outreach, business development and customer service professionals. During his […]

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League of Women Voters provides robust voting tools

League of Women Voters provides robust voting tools

| October 16, 2020, 04:45 PM

Ahead of the elections this fall, the League of Women Voters of Maryland (LWVMD) offers the nonpartisan online election resource VOTE411.org. This “one-stop shop” for election information provides simple, easy tools to help Maryland voters navigate the voting process. VOTE411 provides candidate information, a voter registration tool, a link to request mail-in ballots, and other […]

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Board of Elections warning voters about door-to-door collection of ballots

Board of Elections warning voters about door-to-door collection of ballots

| October 01, 2020, 06:51 PM

The Anne Arundel County Board of Elections is warning residents about people going door-to-door purportedly to collect completed ballots.  This is illegal.  There are two ways to vote: Vote in-person (during early voting or on election day) Vote by absentee or mail-in ballot (returned by mail or placed in a designated drop box) Details on […]

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Brooks Schandelmeier selected to represent Annapolis’ Ward 5

Brooks Schandelmeier selected to represent Annapolis’ Ward 5

| September 28, 2020, 11:37 PM

Back in March, former Alderman Marc Rodriguez handed a resignation letter to Annapolis Mayor Buckley and members of the City Council.  The first-term Alderman had accepted a job in Portland, Oregon.  After some discussion, the Mayor asked Rodriquez to rescind the resignation and remain on the Council to help with the approaching pandemic. In August, […]

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BONUS PODCAST: Maryland Comptroller, Peter Franchot and tax free week, unclaimed funds and more

BONUS PODCAST: Maryland Comptroller, Peter Franchot and tax free week, unclaimed funds and more

| August 06, 2020, 11:00 AM

Today, Maryland’s Comptroller, Peter Franchot checks in and we cover a range of topics from devastating ramifications of COVID, to the upcoming Shop Tax Free Week, to the 2019 tax season, to unclaimed funds and much more! We also find out a little about his platform for Governor and what he plans to do if […]

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Group petitions Mayor Buckley to hold election to replace outgoing Ward 5 Alderman

Group petitions Mayor Buckley to hold election to replace outgoing Ward 5 Alderman

| July 11, 2020, 12:15 PM

The Annapolis Coalition of Black Progressives is petitioning Annapolis City Mayor Gavin Buckley to hold a special election to fill the vacated seat of alderman Marc Rodriguez. The group is circulating a petition to demand that the Mayor hold a special election for the replacement of Alderman Marc Rodriguez who initially resigned in March 2020 […]

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Governor Hogan issues directives to Board of Elections on November’s election

Governor Hogan issues directives to Board of Elections on November’s election

| July 08, 2020, 12:14 PM

With 118 days until the November general election, and given the State Board of Elections’ (SBE) failure to provide a recommendation on how to conduct the election, Governor Larry Hogan today directed the Board to follow existing state law and conduct the election with enhanced voting options in light of the COVID-19 pandemic: Every early […]

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In wake of Baltimore City election debacle, League of Women Voters call for reform before November

In wake of Baltimore City election debacle, League of Women Voters call for reform before November

| June 16, 2020, 01:30 PM

In the June 2nd primary Maryland took the bold step of enabling all registered voters to cast a ballot by mail. However, we saw many issues related to voter access and transparency in the election system that could undermine voters’ trust. LWVMD calls upon the Governor and our election administrators to take the necessary steps […]

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