Tag: Mike Gisriel
Off to the Races: Hogan’s hijacking; the Har...
By Len Lazarick | November 26, 2013 | Annapolitics Blog, News | 0 |
Massive turnover in legislature expected, with How...
By Len Lazarick | June 23, 2013 | Annapolitics Blog, News | 6 |
SEIU union played attack role in June primary
by Maryland Reporter | July 23, 2014 | News | 10 |
Service Employees International Union (SEIU) is a rapidly expanding and politically prominent labor union who endorsed more than 80 for state office. Most were incumbent Democrats, and most won. Its sometimes brutal mailers and the union’s presence have permeated recent Maryland election cycles. While the candidates who enjoy an SEIU endorsement consider it a boon for their campaigns, other contenders consider themselves targets, and have derided the SEIU’s tactics as purely nasty.Read More
Off to the Races: Hogan’s hijacking; the Harry Hughes problem; Neuman backs Kittleman; District 12’s crowded field
by Len Lazarick | November 26, 2013 | Annapolitics Blog, News | 0 |
Last week was chock full of hearings and events as politicos and legislators tried to cram things in before Thanksgiving/Hannukah and a short run-up to Christmas.Read More
More candidates in District 12: Gisriel, McGuirk-Spence file
by Len Lazarick | September 10, 2013 | Annapolitics Blog, News | 2 |
The three open delegate seats in legislative District 12 that runs from Arbutus to West Columbia continue to attract more candidates than any district in the state. Former Del. Mike Gisriel, an Annapolis lobbyist, filed Wednesday and Renee McGuirk-Spence, longtime government affairs director for the Maryland State Department of Education, filed her papers Tuesday.Read More
Massive turnover in legislature expected, with Howard County a prime example
by Len Lazarick | June 23, 2013 | Annapolitics Blog, News | 6 |
Massive turnover in the legislature is expected in the 2014 election, with at least a third of the 188 Maryland General Assembly seats changing. Nowhere is the upheaval more dramatic than in Howard County, where two-thirds of its seats are up for grabs: two of three Senate seats and six of nine delegate seats.
These changes have already led to the announcement or filing of more candidates for Howard County legislative districts by non-incumbents than any other area in the state.
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