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Fox Statement On Pierre’s Withdrawal

Fox Statement On Pierre’s Withdrawal

| September 23, 2009, 08:16 PM | 2 Comments

Fox Campaign Issues Statement The campaign of Independent, Chris Fox has isued the following statement regarding the withdrawal of Zina Pierre from the Annapolis Mayoral race. Chris Fox, Independent Candidate for Mayor of Annapolis, wishes Zina Pierre well as she bows out of the mayoral race in Annapolis. “It is unfortunate for Zina that she […]

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Zina Pierre Withdraws Again

Zina Pierre Withdraws Again

| September 23, 2009, 04:48 PM | 1 Comment

Pierre Offers Explanation, Withdraws In a statement, Zina Pierre, the first African American elected to run for Mayor of Annapolis, withdrew from the race citing the distractions of the past week. Now, the Democratic Central Committee will select a candidate to run in her place. Zina will need to officially submit her withdrawal by Friday […]

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Political Magic 8 Ball

Political Magic 8 Ball

| September 23, 2009, 01:07 PM | 0 Comments

Outlook Not So Good With all the brouhaha surrounding the rise and fall of Zina Pierre over the last week, it is still anyone’s guess as to what will happen. Over the week, questions have surfaced about her financial capabilities, her residence, her voter registration, and just this morning–the legality of her advertising campaign. When […]

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More Intrigue To The Pierre Saga

More Intrigue To The Pierre Saga

| September 20, 2009, 01:33 PM | 0 Comments

Was Mike Busch Involved? Yesterday, when The Sun first reported that Annapolis mayoral hopeful Zina Pierre was again back in the race there was a quote attributed to Speaker of the House of Delegates, Mike Busch. Strangely, that quote has been pulled from the article but to paraphrase, he said that Zina would need to […]

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She’s Baaack

She’s Baaack

| September 19, 2009, 06:20 PM | 4 Comments

Zina Pierre Reverses Withdrawal Claims she never withdrew from race In yet another bizarre twist on the saga surrounding the election of Annapolis’ next mayor,  Zina Pierre claims a miscommunication led to the erroneous statement that she had withdrawn. I am running for Mayor of Annapolis and will continue to fight for all residents, many […]

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Annapolis Fails Voters

Annapolis Fails Voters

| September 19, 2009, 02:40 PM | 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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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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What Kind Of Voter Are You?

What Kind Of Voter Are You?

| September 07, 2009, 05:41 PM | 1 Comment

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Top Ten For The Week

Top Ten For The Week

| September 06, 2009, 05:06 PM | 0 Comments

Top Ten Pages At Eye On Annapolis Politics, stunts by Mayor Moyer, and violence in Lothian dominated this week’s top stories. But, rounding out the list, were some good news stories from Candles Off Main, Chick & Ruth’s Delly and even our site, Eye On Annaplolis. Catch up on all the popular posts by clicking […]

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The Mayor Steps In It

The Mayor Steps In It

| September 01, 2009, 09:43 AM | 3 Comments

Mayor Moyer May Have Gone Too Far NOTE:  See Correction Below Rumors are swirling of an ethics violation against the lame duck Annapolis Mayor Ellen Moyer. It appears that City Hall has been busy for the past 24 hours trying to remove the Mayor’s foot from her mouth and cover up her vitriolic comments on […]

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First Time Voter

First Time Voter

| August 28, 2009, 01:41 PM | 0 Comments

Candid Comments From A New Voter Last night, my son and I attended the Annapolis Mayoral Candidate Forum held at West Annapolis Elementary School. Since he will be a legal voter a few days before the general election, I felt he probably ought to at least experience politics to a degree. After the forum, I […]

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Annapolis Elections To Get Messy

Annapolis Elections To Get Messy

| August 24, 2009, 02:09 PM | 1 Comment

Union Endorsements A Shot Across The Bow While the blogosphere has been speculating and commenting for months, the main stream media has finally taken note. And with that, the gloves appear to be coming off. The latest flare up is over the endorsement of Josh Cohen by two unions. One will be negotiating with the […]

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How Long?

How Long?

| August 04, 2009, 04:59 PM | 2 Comments

The Annapolis Countdown Clock Have you ever wondered when Annapolis might be free of the rampant cronie appointments? Or absolved of ridiculous legislation like extending the terms of office and issuing golden parachutes for slackers? Are you wondering when things will be changing? We all know that January 20, 2009 was when change came to […]

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Annapolis Candidate Forum August 20, 2009

Annapolis Candidate Forum August 20, 2009

| July 31, 2009, 02:55 PM | 1 Comment

Annapolis High School PTSA To Sponsor Forum Candidates for Mayor have been invited to participate in a forum panel discussion on Thursday, August 20 at 7:00 PM in the Annapolis High School Auditorium. This event is being sponsored by the PTSA as a public service to the members of the Annapolis community.  We are interested […]

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Mayoral Candidate McFall Addresses Market House

Mayoral Candidate McFall Addresses Market House

Ownership, Governance, and Operations Are Key “I rejoice at seeing the Market House beginning to come back to life and serve, as it should, as the heart of our historic downtown community.  As I have talked to voters all over the City, the Market House has been the issue of greatest concern to them. The […]

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The Face Race

The Face Race

| July 28, 2009, 09:25 AM | 1 Comment

Should Facebook Decide The Mayor’s Race? Well, a few months ago, we took a lighthearted look at the Mayoral candidates and the number of fans they had on their facebook pages.  Have they learned anything? Have they grown? If you look at the past presidential election, it would stand to reason that the candidates who […]

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And Then There Were Five

And Then There Were Five

| July 23, 2009, 09:13 AM | 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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Here We Go Politics As Usual

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 […]

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Partisanship In Politics

Partisanship In Politics

Hello my fellow Annapolitans. There are a host of major issues facing our Annapolis this election year as most of you know. I would like to address a problem that is hurting our city tremendously, but really isn’t being discussed thoroughly  by any other mayoral candidate for obvious reasons: The problem is political partisanship. I […]

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McFall Expresses Concern Over City’s 2010 Budget

McFall Expresses Concern Over City’s 2010 Budget

Promises, when Mayor, she will make sure the City will “live within its means” As a candidate for Mayor, I have a great concern about the Fiscal Year 2010 budget adopted Monday night by the City Council.  The new budget will take effect July 1 of this year.  After weeks of deliberation, the City Council […]

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Chris Fox Declares Candidacy

Chris Fox Declares Candidacy

| May 10, 2009, 05:24 AM | 0 Comments

Annapolis Business Owner Draws Crowd On Saturday at 11:00am, local Annapolis resident and business owner Chris Fox officially threw his hat into the ring for Mayor of Annapolis. Running as an Independent, Chris has some very concrete ideas on how to reverse the trend the City has seen in the past eight years and bring […]

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Did You Hear The One About….

Did You Hear The One About….

| May 07, 2009, 12:42 PM | 1 Comment

Annapolis Threatens To Cancel Election The Mayor that refused to leave when her term ended? The Mayoral Candidate that needed more time to raise money? The other Mayoral Candidate that needed some time to finish his County Council term so it would not look so bad if he left mid-term? The political machine that decided […]

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