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Edward L. Reisinger III

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  • Not Fair

    Fair-haired clothes horse Donnie Fair, a systems guy living in South Baltimore who was one of the three Democrats who unsuccessfully challenged 10th District City Councilman Edward Reisinger (D) in the September primary, has a new message to share with the world. During the election season, his web site, http://www.donniefair.com, had multiple pages describing Fair's background and ideas for better government. Then he came in third, with 588 votes. Now it has one page, which gives the definition of a single word, kleptocracy, which is defined as "a government characterized by rampant greed and corruption," and some sage advice: "Everyone should run for public office." Sounds like he enjoyed the experience.
  • City Creates Animal Abuse Task Force

    Not sure how many people out there followed the story of Phoenix the pit bull, a dog that was set on fire by a couple of teenagers in southwest Baltimore in May. Baltimore police officer Syreeta Teel saw the poor dog burning on the street while...

    Union tosses monkey wrench in mayor's "Change to Grow" plan

    [caption id="attachment_17257" align="alignleft" width="300"] Councilwoman Helen Holton preaches at the hearing while Councilman Bill Cole ponders[/caption] With the help of Councilwoman Helen Holton (8th District), city union tossed a monkey wrench in...

    Baltimore Sheriff John Anderson's re-election campaigns are getting harder

    In the 1990s and 2000s, longtime Baltimore Sheriff John W. Anderson (D) coasted easily to re-election, swatting down perennial challenges by the man he succeeded, Shelton Stewart, who was forced out after a 1988 obstruction-of-justice conviction. Those...

    So where do the city's elected officials live, again?

    Just about every election season, word circulates that this or that elected official (or candidate) does not actually live in his or her district. Most recently, City Councilwoman Belinda Conaway faced questions about the home in Randallstown—in...