On Tuesday, I did something I have not done in 10 years: Vote in a primary election. Since I was 18, I’ve always been registered to vote, and I’ve voted every chance I was given. However, since I started working as a reporter almost a decade ago, I have not been registered as a member of any political party.Read More
Tag: 2010 election
Former Maryland first lady Kendel Ehrlich told a group of Republican women Wednesday that the campaign pitting her husband, ex-Gov. Bob Ehrlich, against Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley “is going to be ugly.”Read More
Before keynoting Thursday night’s GOP fundraiser, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, a once and possibly future candidate for president, stopped at an Arnold ball park where ex-Gov. Bob Ehrlich was watching son Drew’s baseball game. “I’m just a scout for the Red Sox,” Romney joked, before endorsing Ehrlich’s re-election bid.Read More
Alison Asti, the former head of the Maryland Stadium Authority, says she’s ready to take another crack at public office. She is reserving the possibility of staying out of both races, but said she’d be good for either job.Read More
You could come up with a rating system of votes to identify the most liberal members of the Maryland General Assembly. Or you could just do it the easy way, and rely on the early endorsements on Wednesday by Progressive Maryland, the broad-based coalition of labor and other activist groups on the left.Read More
O’Malley and Ehrlich differ on how much they’ve spent, but Len Lazarick has come upon a new comparison that doesn’t count money put aside in “rainy day” funds for future budgets.Read More
Blaine Taylor was a bit miffed when he read a Friday newspaper story linked in our roundup Monday morning. It mentioned Republicans hoping to challenge Democratic Sen. Barbara Mikulski, but none of the four Democrats, like him, willing to take on the four-term senator.Read More
At an Ellicott City fundraiser, Sen. Mikulski and other Democrats talk about the keys to their strategy for November.Read More
You’ve probably read that House Minority Whip Chris Shank plans a challenge to longtime Sen. Don Munson in the Republican primary this year. It appears that both men believe their bases are going to be following the debate online.Read More
Senate President Mike Miller laughed when told about Bob Ehrlich’s quip about the involvement of Senate Minority Leader Allan Kittleman in Senate negotiations. “Allan is not just outside the room, he doesn’t know where the room...Read More
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