Monthly Archives: November 2012

A year ago today

Baltimore has some of the worst public officials in the country: Advertisements

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Tuesday’s results open the door for Brown/Rawlings-Blake in 2014

Anthony Brown will become governor in 2014 and Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will be his lieutenant governor. Ben Cardin’s easy victory on Tuesday shows that any establishment Democrat who follows the party machine can crush the opposition in a statewide general election. … Continue reading

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The childish techniques of Question 7 supporters

On Sunday morning I ran on Reisterstown road in the city and I noticed numerous pro-question 7 flyers on the ground. They were scattered all the way from near Druid Hill Park to close to the county line. It was … Continue reading

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Question K will decrease primary election turnout

I encourage all of you to read my original article about the dangers of Question K. One issue that I did not fully address in my original article is the question of voter turnout for future primary elections in Baltimore. … Continue reading

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Question 7 is about gambling? You would not know it from the mailing that supporters sent out

Today I received my first campaign mailing of the season. The full color for question 7 mailer was paid for by ‘The PG Public Safety Coalition” and nowhere does it say anything about bringing more gambling to Maryland. It does … Continue reading

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I just received a robocall from the Frank Mirabile campaign

At 5:52PM I received a robocall from the Frank Mirabile campaign. Mirabile is running against longtime congressman Elijah Cummings in Maryland’s 7th congressional district. His phone call taking points were similar to the ones on his website. It is good … Continue reading

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Tired of the vague election advertisements?

Are you tired of the vague election advertisements that talk about schools, kids, and West Virginia, but jump around the real issues? You are not the only one: Question 8 from Kevin Lynch on Vimeo.

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