Tag: Blaine Taylor
Blaine Taylor writes: The long-entrenched Democratic machine that I first encountered in 1974 as press secretary for the late Sen. Patrick T. Welsh has now been knocked to the ground, mainly because in its arrogance and overweening pride, it refused to acknowledge any dissent and desire for change within its own ranks. When you do that, the door is opened to change.
The dinosaurs have thus gone the way of the dodos, having brought it on themselves: a restored two-party system as exemplified by the District 6’s new slate and Councilman David Marks.Read More
“There you go again,” Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown said at least twice to Republican candidate Larry Hogan Jr. in their third and final debate for the governor’s office.
It was true for both men, as they replayed comments from the previous two debates, their TV ads and stump speeches. They repeated facts, figures and fictions, true-life examples and exaggerations.
And here they go again, our commentators assess the debate: This posting contains nine separate commentaries from Len Lazarick, Todd Eberly, Barry Rascovar, Tom Schaller, Blair Lee, Rick Vatz, Brian Griffiths, Blaine Taylor, Melissa Bolling and Charlie Hayward.Read More
By Megan Poinski Megan@MarylandReporter.com Maryland Public Television execs thought they would be doing a public service by recording interviews with candidates for statewide office and placing those interviews on their website...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
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