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Tag: Dave Cordle

What Will Be The McFall Out?

What Will Be The McFall Out?

| October 08, 2009, 05:48 PM | 0 Comments

A Political Flip Flop? While any support to the Cordle campaign is likely welcome, one has to wonder if there will be any residual fallout and damage done to the Democratic Party in Annapolis. Will it damage them? Will it invigorate them? Back in June,, Mayoral candidates Wayne Taylor, Trudy McFall, Sam Shropshire, Gilbert Renaut, […]

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McFall Endorses Cordle

McFall Endorses Cordle

| October 08, 2009, 04:58 PM | 0 Comments

Trudy McFall  Crosses Party Lines As we suspected, Trudy McFall has indeed endorsed Dave Cordle in his bid for Mayor.  Below are the comments Trudy sent out to her supporters and friends and the formal press release can be found here. Dear Friends and Volunteers, Later this afternoon, I will be joining in a press […]

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Oktoberfest In Annapolis

Oktoberfest In Annapolis

| October 04, 2009, 03:14 PM | 0 Comments

West Annapolis Oktoberfest A Huge Success CORRECTION: From the Cohen campaign. Josh Cohen and his family were at the Oktoberfest as well. We regret the error. CORRECTION: From a commenter, Dave Cordle was at the Oktoberfest and manned the booth and was speaking to voters. We regret the error. Thousands of people and their dogs […]

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Annapolis Mayor’s Race

Annapolis Mayor’s Race

| September 16, 2009, 03:05 PM | 0 Comments

Zina Pierre Looks To Have Won Democratic Nod And now the race begins.  In yesterday’s primary election, Zina Pierre edged out Josh Cohen and Trudy McFall to win the Democratic nod for mayor heading in to Annapolis’ general election on November 3, 2009. Pierre, a relative newcomer to Annapolis politics clearly demonstrated that she was […]

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