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Montgomery County turnout a question mark in gover...
Hogan says he’s ahead of Ehrlich’s numbers from 20...
Major complaints of violations in Brown-Hogan race...
Can Brown actually lose? Can Hogan really win?
by Len Lazarick | November 4, 2014 | Commentary, News | 4 |
Can Anthony Brown actually lose this thing that was his to lose? Can Larry Hogan really win? What was laughable to many six months ago, then became improbable, then possible, and now we don’t know.Read More
Montgomery County turnout a question mark in governor’s race
One of the safest Democratic strongholds in the state – Montgomery County – is being tested this election season as Republican nominee for governor Larry Hogan Jr. closes in on Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown for what once seemed like his easy elevation to the top job.
Early voting tallies show Montgomery increased turnout by only a 1% compared to the 2010 gubernatorial election, and that is with roughly 60,000 more eligible voters added to the rolls. Montgomery is far below the statewide average of 8.3% and had the third lowest turnout in the state.Read More
Hogan says he’s ahead of Ehrlich’s numbers from 2002 win
Larry Hogan, Jr., the Republican nominee for governor, said he knows beating Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown is going to be hard, but his own polling shows him running better than any Republican before, including Bob Ehrlich, whom he served as appointments secretary.Read More
Major complaints of violations in Brown-Hogan race unlikely to be resolved till after election
State election officials are scheduled to rule Thursday on the first of three campaign finance violation complaints filed in the contentious race for governor, but the two most serious complaints won’t likely be resolved till after the election. Civil penalties could be imposed on Larry Hogan’s Change Maryland organization. Another complaint involving possible collusion between the Brown-Ulman campaign, its chief fundraiser and a political action committee (PAC) supporting Brown is still under investigation.Read More
Montgomery Republicans striving to turn county purple in 2014
by Len Lazarick | February 10, 2013 | News | 6 |
With the help of state party leaders and a lot of data, the Montgomery County Republican Party – which boasts the largest number of registered Republicans in the state – launched an all out ground game Saturday at their annual convention in Rockville. Their goal in this targeted effort is to change Montgomery County from blue to purple by the 2014 election.Read More
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