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Coming up this week in Maryland politics:


A special election will be held Tuesday in County Council District 4 for the seat left vacant by the death of Marilyn Praisner. Praisner's husband, Democrat Don Praisner, a retired CIA analyst, faces Republican Mark D. Fennel, a marketing analyst. The polls in the eastern county district are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. District 4 includes all or parts of Aspen Hill, Burtonsville, Calverton, Cloverly, Colesville, Derwood, Fairland, Olney, Sandy Spring, Silver Spring, Spencerville, Wheaton and White Oak.


O'Malley will deliver the keynote address at the Prince George's Chamber of Commerce Annual Governor's Luncheon on Wednesday. It will take place at 12:45 p.m., University of Maryland Ritchie Coliseum, Room 1100, College Park.


Gov. Martin O'Malley (D), Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller (D-Calvert), and House Speaker Michael Busch (D-Anne Arundel) will hold a bill signing ceremony at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Miller Senate Building West in Annapolis.

By Anne Bartlett  |  May 12, 2008; 7:56 AM ET
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Why do you mention CIA and not Citizens Against Government Waste where Mark Fennel works?

I'm sure that the reason the Washington Post refused to endorse Don Praisner was because of the corrupt get-out-the-vote mailing sent out by the Democratic Board of Elections. It cost over $100,000. When they realized that Praisner was inspiring nobody to vote and that the Navarro and Kanstoroom supporters were backing Fennel, the Board decided to take $100,000 of the taxpayer's money and put out a mailing for Praisner. How corrupt!

Posted by: Anne, are you there? | May 12, 2008 8:55 AM | Report abuse

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