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Maryland Politics: August 27, 2006 - September 2, 2006

Allan Lichtman, Karyn Strickler, acquitted in 2006 TV studio incident

Allan Lichtman, a one-time U.S. Senate candidate and his wife, Karyn Strickler, were acquitted of all charges that had been filed against them in connection with an August 2006 incident at Maryland Public Television studios.

By Washington Post staff  | September 1, 2006; 10:18 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (27)
 
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Hey, Isn't That Mayor O'Malley?

Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley has no plans to endorse a fellow Democrat in the crowded 3rd Congressional District primary, but he appears in two pictures in the latest mailer sent out by hopeful Peter Beilenson. Beilenson served as O'Malley's health...

By John Wagner  | August 31, 2006; 11:15 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (7)
 
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Senate Debate Line-Up Lament

Three Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate from Maryland rallied in Annapolis yesterday to protest their exclusion from tonight's live televised debate sponsored by the League of Women Voters that will include only the two front-runners for the party's nomination....

By Phyllis Jordan  | August 31, 2006; 7:13 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (10)
 
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Governor's Race Tightens

With the official launch of the General Election less than two weeks away, the race for governor of Maryland has tightened, according to one recent poll.. Polls over the summer showed Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley, the Democrat, with a double-digit...

By  | August 30, 2006; 8:05 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (24)
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O'Malley: Party Couldn't Have Orchestrated Exit

Was Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley or the Maryland Democratic Party involved in Montgomery County Executive Douglas M. Duncan's abrupt exit from the governor's race? O'Malley is asked about that rumor, which aired some time ago on WUSA-TV, in a wide-ranging...

By John Wagner  | August 30, 2006; 7:16 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (15)
Categories:  Governor  
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Perez to Endorse Simms

This afternoon, for the first time since a court ruling ousted him from the state attorney general's race, Tom Perez will speak publically about the appeals court decision and about the race ahead. And he will throw his support behind...

By Phyllis Jordan  | August 28, 2006; 10:52 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (28)
 
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Owens Closing in on Schaefer

A new statewide poll on the comptroller's race showed Anne Arundel County Executive Janet Owens steadily gaining on incumbent and fellow Democrat William Donald Schaefer, coming within four percentage points. The survey, conducted by Gonzales Research & Marketing Strategies from...

By Phyllis Jordan  | August 28, 2006; 11:11 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (78)
 
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After Early Voting

With a court ruling effectively ending any chance for early voting in this year's elections, Maryland Democratis say they will focus on making sure voters have access to absentee ballots, if they can't make it to the polls election day....

By Phyllis Jordan  | August 28, 2006; 6:06 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (6)
 
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