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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

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  • Wandering Eye: Race's role in Larry Hogan's win, the controversy of Kim Kardashian's butt, and more

    Wandering Eye: Race's role in Larry Hogan's win, the controversy of Kim Kardashian's butt, and more
    In University of Maryland Baltimore County political-science professor Thomas Schaller's recent op-ed in the Baltimore Sun, "Race had a role in Hogan's win," he compares the gubernatorial-election results in 2010, when Republican Robert Ehrlich lost to...
  • Best Display of Chutzpah

    Julius Henson is a political scoundrel for the history books. Having served many years as a ruthless campaign aide for Democratic candidates including, notably, his intimate pal, City Comptroller Joan Pratt, Henson in 2010 hired out to former Republican...
  • In This Week's City Paper

    In the feature, Terrie Snyder talks, at length, with former Baltimore Police Commissioner Ed Norris. Linked to this St. Petersburg Times story --Norris now lives in the Tampa area--some days ago, but it's worth another look. Both Political Animal Brian...
  • In It for the Money

    Speaking of millions, two gubernatorial hopefuls raked them in yesterday. The take? According to David Nitkin's Sun story, $2 million for Mayor Martin O'Malley, at an M&T Bank Stadium fundraiser, and $100,000 for current Gov. Robert Ehrlich, through a $1,...
  • News Roundup

    In The Sun, Jennifer Skalka does the wide reveal of an unexpected, though not surprising, political comeback: that of former state senator Larry Young (as hinted at earlier in these pages), who was kicked out of the state Senate in January 1998 for a...
  • No Brain, No Gain?: Here's a short history of the Gov's brain-optional priorities, as defined by the term that won't die.

    | Image by http://www.govpics.maryland.gov Maryland Gov. Robert Ehrlich unveiled his $29 billion-plus state budget proposal Jan. 17 and took questions afterward. During the event, he dubbed two separate policy initiatives "no-brainers." But what,...
  • Two for Two: One Democrat Steps Up To Challenge 2nd District's Self-Proclaimed "Old School" Councilman Nick D'Adamo

    Nicholas D'Adamo Jr. is still doing things the old way--answering constituent calls (up to 60 each day, he says), fighting for money for his district, trying to get a handle on crime. "I'm a nuts and bolts councilperson from the old school," says D'...
  • Permission Needed to Use Official Photos of the Governor

    Poking around on Gov. Martin O'Malley's official web site, we encountered a strange thing: In order to download a picture from the "Governor's Photo Gallery" you need to first agree to the terms of service, which read in part that "these photographs are...
  • David Simon: "100 Percent—of Nothing"

    Treme may be over for the season, but you can still get your regular bump of David Simon's articulate ire over on the Sun's web site. Sun television writer David Zurawik put up a post on his Z on TV blog earlier today about a press release from former...
  • 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,...
  • The Nose Remembers “the 1994 Wave”

    Jean Marbella writes on the Sun's Maryland Politics blog that she had a short conversation with Newt Gingrich, in town for the annual gathering in Baltimore of House Republicans, which is being held at the Marriott Inner Harbor Hotel at Camden Yards....
  • Ten Years Ago in City Paper: Nov. 21, 2001

    The feature is Tom Chalkley, Andrew Reiner, and Afefe Tyehimba, profiling eleven unsung heroes they're thankful for in 2001. In Mobtown Beat, Brennen Jensen surveys seven neighborhoods' applications to become Baltimore's first Arts and Entertainment...