Tag: John Willis
Maryland Dems insist conventions are worth all the fuss and bother — and money
by Len Lazarick | September 6, 2012 | News | 4 |
Hoopla, hooch and horse manure are all in abundance at conventions of either political party.
But why do thousands of people spend all that time, effort and millions of their own money and taxpayer dollars to come together every four years for an extended infomercial? Experienced Democratic politicos from Maryland who’ve been to as many as a dozen national political conventions say they’re worth the expense.Read More
Maryland polarized politically, but still dominated by Democrats, new book says
by Len Lazarick | January 6, 2012 | News | 8 |
Maryland has become increasingly polarized politically over the past two decades, but it will likely stay dominated by Democrats as it has been since the 19th century, although today’s Democrats bear little resemblance to those a century ago. That’s among the broad conclusions of a new book on the state’s political past, present and future by two local professors, who have also played an active hand in many election campaigns – mostly on the Democratic side.Read More
Video: Authors Smith and Willis discuss new book on Maryland politics
by Len Lazarick | January 6, 2012 | News, Videos | 0 |
Herb Smith and John Willis discuss their new book “Maryland Politics and Government: Democratic Dominance” with Maryland Reporter editor Len...Read More
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