The list of CSX funded local politicians

It’s election season in Maryland and I am back and ready for some fun! I am going to record and post some new videos soon. You can check out my election related material at VoteMd.info. Please spread the word about that site (after I post a video or two there). The more views the videos on that site get the more of a difference the site will make. Politicians will pay attention if the videos on the site get 1000 or more views.

The CSX/26th street sinkhole story has been all over the news lately. The story really is not a new one. The Baltimore Sun published a story about the area in 1998. You can read it by clicking here. The following quote from that article stood out to me:

“The city and the rail company were to issue a request Friday for bids to repair the overpasses in Harwood, but 2nd District City Councilman Bernard C. “Jack” Young says that’s not enough. Young, whose district includes 26th Street, recently introduced a bill that urges CSX and other rail companies to fix and clean up their city properties.

“I’m just sick of the condition of railroad properties in our city,” Young said. “Overpasses are falling in.”

Keep that quote in mind when you look at the following table:

Date Contributor Name Amount Receiving Committee
12/24/2013 CSX Transportation $500 Kasemeyer, Ed For Senate Committee
1/7/2014 CSX Accounts Payable $250 Conway, Norman H. Friends To Re-Elect – Md House of Del
11/14/2013 CSX Corporation $2000 Democratic State Central Committee Of Maryland
7/13/2013 CSX Transportation $250 Tarrant, Shawn Friends Of
5/8/2012 CSX Transportation, Inc. $250 Rawlings-Blake, Stephanie For Baltimore
8/21/2012 CSX Transportation, Inc. $500 Rawlings-Blake, Stephanie For Baltimore
4/19/2012 CSX Transportation, Inc. $450 Kamenetz, (Kevin) Committee For
12/6/2012 CSX Accounts Payable $250 Conway, Norman H. Friends To Re-Elect – Md House of Del
1/23/2012 CSX Transportation, Inc. $1000 Rawlings-Blake, Stephanie For Baltimore
12/15/2012 CSX Transportation, Inc. $250 King, Nancy Friends of
12/6/2012 CSX Transportation Inc. $500 Miller, Mike Marylanders For
12/28/2012 CSX TRANSPORTATION INC. $500 Busch, Mike Friends Of
1/11/2012 CSX TRANSPORTATION INC. $500 Busch, Mike Friends Of
1/11/2012 CSX TRANSPORTATION, INC. $500 Miller, Mike Marylanders For
8/24/2011 CSX TRANSPORTATION, INC. $250 Pugh, Catherine E. Committee to Elect
8/5/2011 CSX TRANSPORTATION, INC. $2500 Young, Bernard C. Friends Of
6/15/2011 CSX Transportation $250 Friends of Bill Henry
6/17/2010 CSX Transportation Inc. $125 McHale, Brian K. Friends Of
6/22/2010 CSX Transportation, Inc. $150 James, M-D Friends Of
7/20/2010 CSX Transportation $250 Bailey, Brian S. Friends Of
3/17/2010 CSX Transportation, Inc. $500 Ulman, Ken Friends Of
8/31/2010 CSX Transportation, Inc. $250 Munson, Don Friends Of
8/31/2010 CSX Transportation, Inc. $250 King, Nancy Friends of
9/21/2010 CSX Transportation, Inc. $175 Vitale, Cathleen Friends Of
10/2/2010 CSX Transportation, Inc. $250 Schuh, Steve Citizens To Elect
11/3/2010 CSX TRANSPORTATION, INC. $500 Miller, Mike Marylanders For
7/3/2008 CSX Transportation Inc. $250 McHale, Brian K. Friends Of
7/29/2008 CSX Corporation $7500 Democratic State Central Committee Of Maryland
5/26/2007 CSX TRANSPORTATION $250 Spector, Rikki Friends Of
8/2/2007 CSX Transportation INC $500 Dixon, Sheila Friends For
12/6/2006 CSX TRANSPORTATION INC. $500 McHale, Brian K. Friends Of
5/30/2006 CSX Transportation, Inc $200 Reisinger, Edward L. Friends Of
7/26/2006 CSX Transportation, Inc. $500 Harris, Andy for Maryland
10/16/2006 CSX Transportation INC $500 Dixon, Sheila Friends For
10/16/2006 CSX Transportation, Inc. $500 James, M-D Friends Of
10/18/2006 CSX TRANSPORTATION INC. $500 Busch, Mike Friends Of
11/7/2006 CSX Transportation, Inc. $500 DeGrange, James Ed The Friends Of
11/19/2006 CSX Transportation, Inc. $200 Vitale, Cathleen Friends Of
12/19/2005 CSX TRANSPORTATION, INC. $125 Jimeno, Phil Citizens For
1/7/2006 CSX Transportation, Inc. $125 DeGrange, James Ed The Friends Of
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