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September 24th Is National Voter Registration Day

September 24th Is National Voter Registration Day

| September 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

In 2008, 6 million Americans didn’t vote because they missed a registration deadline or didn’t know how to register. That same year, the registration rate for those with disabilities was 3.3% lower than those without. Currently, 30% of eligible Americans are not registered to vote. In an effort to register eligible voters, particularly those with […]

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A Night Of Politics

A Night Of Politics

| June 8, 2010 | 1 Comment

What do you get when you put a bunch of veteran politicians, wannabee politicians, an unsure electorate, and a cantankerous civic activist together with some wine at Crush Winehouse? We’re not sure either, but it might make for a fun night–and the police station is right around the corner if needed!  Paul Foer, the publisher […]

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Cohen Wields Ax At City Hall

Cohen Wields Ax At City Hall

| December 16, 2009 | 0 Comments

Eliminates Five Positions, Makes Good On Campaign Promises In an effort to combat the fiscal uncertainty of Annapolis’ future, Mayor Josh Cohen has eliminated five positions from the bloated City. According to a press release, in order to offset the new positions created in his first week, Cohen has eliminated the Chief Information Officer, Executive […]

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Annapolis Aldermanic Races

Annapolis Aldermanic Races

| November 4, 2009 | 0 Comments

The Nitty Gritty Results Ward 1. This is the area typically referred to as “downtown”.  Dick Israel(D) was running unopposed and managed to score 99.5% of the vote. Ward 2. This is the areas typically called “West Annapolis” . Fred Paone (R) was also running unopposed and he was able to claim 100% of the […]

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Top Ten For The Week

Top Ten For The Week

| August 30, 2009 | 0 Comments

Top Ten Pages At Eye On Annapolis The senseless deaths of two people in the Glen Burnie area were two of our top stories this week. Andrew Joseph Giancoli was stabbed to death in his Explorer on the side of the road and Mary Bernice Collins was struck and killed as she was walking along […]

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Annapolis Decides

Annapolis Decides

| August 18, 2009 | 0 Comments

Undecided? This IS The Political Site For You Annapolis Decides was quietly launched yesterday with little fanfare–for now. Ryan Bagwell, publisher of The Arundel Muckraker has put together a fantastic interactive site for all registered voters of Annapolis.  If you have not made it out to a political forum or been following the races in […]

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