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First Click, Maryland:
A little help from our friends

By Aaron C. Davis
First Click

Friday, November 5, 2010:

The Agenda
Aaron.jpgFirst Click is going on vacation. But before we go, we want to know what you liked or didn't like about our coverage of the campaign and what kind of reporting you would like more of when the legislative session begins in January.

Please take a minute to answer the questions below, and send us an e-mail if you would like to say more.

First Click passed its 1-year anniversary back in August as the campaign was heating up, and before we launch into a new year, it's a natural time to reevaluate. While we're gone, bookmark our Maryland Politics blog for the latest news. Check out our new Maryland Politics page. And, as always, you can follow us on Facebook or Twitter.

Thanks for reading,
-Aaron


By Aaron C. Davis  | November 5, 2010; 7:57 AM ET
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