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Hail and Farewell

Today marks Tim Craig's final day with the Maryland Moment. Starting Monday, he moves from his perch in Montgomery County to the Post's Virginia staff, where he'll team up with Mike Shear to cover state politics and the General Assembly in Richmond. Look for his postings on our sister blog, the Richmond Report.

Tim, who came to us three years ago from the Baltimore Sun, managed to finish his Maryland tour with a great front page story today on Redskins owner Dan Snyder's trees. He's been a great colleague, and we wish him well.

Replacing Tim in Montgomery will be Ann Marimow, who proved her chops during the recent General Assembly session in Annapolis covering the roiling electricity rates issue. Ann came to the Post from the San Jose Mercury-News, where she covered California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's administration.

Also joining our political team--and Maryland Moment contributor pool--is Steve Vogel, a veteran Post reporter who has just returned from a book leave (writing about the Pentagon). Steve will take on the attorney general and comptroller races, as well as broader topics, such as voting security.

By Phyllis Jordan  |  May 19, 2006; 10:25 AM ET
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What, no video farewell like you did for Tom Stuckey?

Good luck, Tim.
Welcome Steve. You've got two great races and I look forward to good coverage.
Ann, you did a fine job covering the General Assembly and we look forward to more good coverage of MD issues.

Posted by: Anonymous | May 19, 2006 5:27 PM | Report abuse

good luck covering VA and it was interesting reading your MD coverage

Posted by: Bryan | May 21, 2006 8:19 AM | Report abuse

Look out Montgomery County!

Posted by: Aimee M. | May 22, 2006 2:28 PM | Report abuse

Congrats, Tim. Good luck with the Va. desk!

Posted by: Doug K. | June 9, 2006 5:54 PM | Report abuse

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