Tag: Jon Cardin
Hogan implores legislators during State of State a...
By Bryan Renbaum | February 5, 2020 | General Assembly | 0 |
Attorney general candidates debate
By admin | May 20, 2014 | Annapolitics Blog, News | 0 |
Strong competition for Maryland’s Jewish vot...
Off to the Races: Decision time for candidates; ru...
By Len Lazarick | February 24, 2014 | Annapolitics Blog, News | 2 |
At the first mile-marker in the money race for the...
By Len Lazarick | January 19, 2014 | Annapolitics Blog, News | 2 |
State Roundup: Moore’s first two legislative proposals aimed to aid veterans
by Meg Tully | January 27, 2023 | State Roundup | 0 |
The governor’s ‘Keep Our Heroes Home Act’ in his legislative agenda calls for expanding the military tax exemption to $25,000 of income in tax year 2023 and $40,000 in tax year 2024.Read More
Hogan implores legislators during State of State address to address violent crime in Baltimore
by Bryan Renbaum | February 5, 2020 | General Assembly | 0 |
“All of the bills you will be considering over the next 61 days are important and worthy of debate and discussion. But none of them are nearly as important as addressing the out-of-control violent crime, the shootings, and murders that are destroying Baltimore City,” Gov.Larry Hogan said Wednesday in a 25-minute speech to a joint session of the House and Senate at the State House in Annapolis.Read More
Del. Cardin: Bill would end competitive elections for Circuit Court judges
by Bryan Renbaum | January 17, 2020 | General Assembly | 0 |
“People don’t know what they’re doing when they vote for judges. Judges are not permitted to really campaign, not permitted to talk about how they would rule on things and they can’t talk partisan politics,” said Del. Jon Cardin, D-Baltimore County. “They’re not allowed to by their rules and so essentially it is a name contest — whosever name you like the best is who you vote for. And that is not the way that we should be picking our judiciary.”Read More
Attorney general candidates debate
by admin | May 20, 2014 | Annapolitics Blog, News | 0 |
The infamous undecided voters of the June 24 primary election that are dominating media polls were a no-show at the first Democratic debate for state attorney general.
Frank Auditorium at the University of Maryland College Park had ample space, but almost all of the participants in attendance were supporters of the three candidates – Sen. Brian Frosh of Montgomery County, Del. Jon Cardin of Baltimore County and Del. Aisha Braveboy of Prince George’s. Media made up the rest.Read More
Strong competition for Maryland’s Jewish vote in June primary
The 2014 primary has a noteworthy number of high profile Jewish candidates running for statewide offices. Some are competing against each other, which could set off a secondary battle for candidates vying for the Jewish vote.Read More
Absentee ballots moving online causes security concerns
Voters may get to skip the lines at the polls this summer by receiving and marking their ballots online, but election officials must first decide if the convenience outweighs the security risks.Read More
Dead voters would be removed from voter rolls faster
by Len Lazarick | March 18, 2014 | General Assembly, News | 12 |
Maryland’s voter registration rolls are bloated with names of dead people — an estimated 20,000 as revealed by a 2013 study from the state Republican party — and lawmakers are seeking a way to streamline the process of purging those names.Read More
Off to the Races: Decision time for candidates; running mates needed; incumbent senators challenged; Hogan appeals to Korean-Americans
by Len Lazarick | February 24, 2014 | Annapolitics Blog, News | 2 |
The filing deadline for state and county offices is tomorrow (Tuesday) at 9 p.m., and candidates are trying to make up their minds to jump in or jump out.Read More
At the first mile-marker in the money race for the 2014 campaign
by Len Lazarick | January 19, 2014 | Annapolitics Blog, News | 2 |
Money can’t buy you love, but in campaigns, it can buy you lots of other things: attention, status, respect, advertising, mailers, staff and headlines. The candidates with the most money don’t always win. But they win most of the time since they often happen to be incumbents. An incumbent in any office with solid money in the bank, high name recognition and low negatives will win.Read More
Off to the Races: Labor endorsements; AG forum minus Frosh; GOP gov hopefuls on radio; Mandel honored; Griffith vs. Currie
by Len Lazarick | October 25, 2013 | Annapolitics Blog, News | 0 |
Here’s a roundup of some campaign events from the past week.Read More
Absentee ballots downloaded online raise security issues, as does Election Day voter registration
by Len Lazarick | September 26, 2013 | News | 0 |
A new Maryland law allowing voting by mail with a ballot downloaded online has some voter advocacy groups alarmed that adequate security measures will not be in place for the 2014 elections.
Election Day voter registration and the future of online voting were also among the hot button issues debated at a forum this week, hosted by the Maryland League of Women Voters in Annapolis.Read More
Election 2014: Endless campaign has begun for statewide hopefuls
by Len Lazarick | August 5, 2013 | News | 6 |
This new monthly roundup covers Maryland election news in July for statewide, congressional and executive races. The 2014 primary has been moved from September to June, and many candidates are out early in response to the new calendar.Read More
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