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Elections

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  • Oct. 20, 1999

    Andrew Reiner's cover feature, "Wooden Ships," is a first-person account of learning about wooden boat-building by helping to construct a replica of the schooner Sultana at a boatyard in Cambridge, on Maryland's Eastern Shore. In Charmed Life Tom Chalkley...
  • Oct. 27, 1999

    On the cover, it's the inaugural offering of "Ooh, Scary!"—City Paper's since-institutionalized Halloween masks. Frightfully depicted are: mayoral candidates Martin O'Malley (D) and David Turafo (R); Orioles owner/super-lawyer/developer/political...
  • Seven Vie for 12th District City Council Seat

    City Council President Bernard "Jack" Young | Image by msa.md.gov The City Council's chambers were full the evening of Feb. 23, as spectators filed in to watch the council's Vacancy Committee hold public interviews of the seven candidates interested in...
  • BBH Alters Board of Directors

    The family that operates Baltimore Behavioral Health, Inc., a large city drug treatment program, has removed itself from voting power on the nonprofit's board of directors and appointed three new caretaker directors in order to comply with state law....
  • Source of Robocall: Julius Henson's Universal Elections

    On Wednesday we posted the robocall that went out to 50,000 Democrats on election night; WBAL-TV broke the story and the Sun followed up on it. Today the Sun's Justin Fenton reports that the call originated from an organization called Universal Elections,...
  • Ferguson Is Giving Della a Run for His Money

    Forty-sixth District Sen. George Della has been representing Baltimore's waterfront precincts in Annapolis for many moons, as his father did before him. But in light of the latest campaign-finance reports, due yesterday, it looks like the distinguished,...
  • Mitchell Raised the Most Money in the 44th District Delegates Race

    Former City Councilman and 2007 mayoral candidate Keiffer Mitchell so far has raised more than $35,000 to fund his effort to unseat an incumbent delegate in Baltimore's 44th Legislative District, according to campaign finance records. That's the most of...
  • 46th District Deciders Were Few in Number

    The Democratic primaries on Sept. 14 produced a momentous change in the Baltimore City Senate delegation's roster: 27-year-old political neophyte William Ferguson trounced longtime 46th District state Sen. George Della, the aging scion of a waterfront...
  • Two Candidates Withdraw From City Races

    On the July 15 deadline for candidates to withdraw from this year's city elections, two people--a Democrat running for the City Council's 12th District seat and an independent candidate for mayor--scratched their names off the list. Robert Stokes is an...
  • Yes, there are Republicans running for Baltimore mayoral slot

    Baltimore is in the midst of two mayoral primaries: the Democratic one, which will almost certainly decide the city's next mayor, and a rare Republican primary between two little-known candidates who have raised no money and, in one case, have been seldom...
  • Top 5 Future Republican-Inspired Robo-Call Messages Targeted to Baltimore Voters

    5. When you go to vote, remember your passport or you will be arrested by Homeland Security and deported to Mexico. No exceptions! 4. Vote from home! At the end of this message, just press 1 for the Democratic candidate or 2 for the Republican. 3. We...
  • Controversy Brewing Over Renaming Franklin Square

    If friends and admirers of the late Del. Ruth M. Kirk have their way, Franklin Square Park, the site for 16 years of a west-end Family Fun Festival Kirk helped organize, could be renamed in her honor. The park could become The Ruth M. Kirk Park at...