Tag: Cordle

Ellen O. Moyer Government Center

Ellen O. Moyer Government Center

| November 7, 2009 | 0 Comments

Will Building Be Named After Embattled Mayor? When the Council Agenda was emailed from City Hall yesterday, we were initially shocked that Dave Cordle was sponsoring a bill to name the building at 145 Gorman Street in honor of his nemesis. Cordle is a Republican–Ellen is not.  Cordle took swipe after swipe at the current […]

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Miss The Mayoral Forum Last Night?

Miss The Mayoral Forum Last Night?

| October 23, 2009 | 0 Comments

If you missed the Mayoral Forum last night at Maryland Hall, here is an outstanding summary. The Forum last night was co-sponsored by What’s Up Publishing Group (publishers of What’s Up? Annapolis and What’s Up? Eastern Shore) and the Ward One Residents Association.  The entire forum was taped and will be aired on Cable later […]

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Annapolis Debates Tonight

Annapolis Debates Tonight

| October 22, 2009 | 0 Comments

Maryland Hall Hosts Mayoral Forum What’s Up? magazines and the Ward One Residents Association are sponsoring a Mayoral Forum tonight at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts on Chase Street. The debate will be televised. Josh Cohen, David Cordle and Chris Fox will square off  from 7pm – 9pm.  Moderating the debate will be St. […]

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The Candidates’ Records

The Candidates’ Records

| October 12, 2009 | 2 Comments

Match The Court Record: An Eye On Annapolis Quiz With all the hoopla about the Annapolis candidates, we thought it might be fun to have a little quiz. Here is a list of candidates (and the office they are seeking) and a list of court records. Just match the candidate to the court record.  Cosmopolitan […]

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A Political Wrench

A Political Wrench

| October 8, 2009 | 0 Comments

Cordle’s Big Announcement Last night, Annapolis Mayoral Candidate Dave Cordle sent a message to his Facebook fans announcing a big announcement. That seems to be the latest thing–announce that you are going to announce something. But this must be a really BIG announcement because it is planned for today at 5:30pm at City Hall. You […]

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Annapolis Fails Voters

Annapolis Fails Voters

| September 19, 2009 | 5 Comments

What REALLY Happened When Zina Pierre Quit The Race? Politics is a dirty business. It has been said that Washington delights in ruining the lives of people and apparently some of that sentiment has run over the borders into Annapolis. Over the past 24 hours, we have had the first black mayoral candidate celebrating her […]

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And Then There Were Five

And Then There Were Five

| July 23, 2009 | 8 Comments

HACA Mayoral Debate Well Attended There were probably between 100 and 200 people in attendance at last night’s Annapolis Mayoral debate (sponsored by The Housing Authority of City of Annapolis, HACA)  held at the Eastport Community Center. The evening started off with a moment of silence for Annapolis City Firefigfhter John P. Smith who passed […]

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Annapolis Facebook Race

Annapolis Facebook Race

| March 16, 2009 | 3 Comments

While some candidates have not really established their websites yet (Cohen), and others have not even formally declared their intentions (Pierre and Fox), they certainly are working behind the scenes on Facebook to gather up some supporters. I guess the message about social media, blogging and the Barack Obama experience fell on some ears that […]

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The Field Gets Crowded

The Field Gets Crowded

| February 24, 2009 | 1 Comment

The primary ballot for Mayor of Annapolis is likely to resemble the 2003 Gubernatorial Ballot from California. It has been reported that Gilbert Renaut has tossed his hat into the ring for Mayor in 2009. I suspect that details will be following shortly.  So if this is correct, we have: Dave Cordle Sam Shropshire Trudy […]

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Who You Gonna Trust?

Who You Gonna Trust?

| February 24, 2009 | 0 Comments

So, the Annapolis City Council is considering giving the Aldermen (and women) a raise. So far so good. They do good work and deserve it. They are also considering an increase the Mayor’s salary by another $50,000 a year. Not such a good move in this horrible economy and especially when many of the current […]

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