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Thursday, October 21, 2010

Recent Gazette coverage of contested Prince George's local and general assembly races

Prince George's Gazette
  • County offices
    • Clerk of the Circuit Court
      • Former Prince George's school board member runs write-in campaign for clerk of court; Thomas lost in primary election to county councilwoman (Bland) (Gazette, Noble, 14 Oct 2010) http://is.gd/g1vLM.
    • Judge of the Orphan's Court
      • No post-primary report, discussion, or endorsement
    • County Council, District 4
      • Turner brings results for council District 4; Attorney's record of success has earned her another term (Gazette, Editorial, 14 Oct 2010) http://is.gd/g1v3R
  • General Assembly
    • Endorsements
      • Delegate, District 21
      • Delegate, District 23A
        • Republican promises to cut taxes if elected in Dist. 23A; Moodie challenges Democrats Hubbard, Valentino-Smith for General Assembly seat (Gazette, Terhune, 14 Oct 2010) http://is.gd/g1yOO 
      • Senator, District 25
        • Largo nurse forms write-in campaign against Currie; Lowery-Bell decided to file after Dist. 25 state senator was indicted  (Gazette, Valentine, 14 Oct 2010) http://is.gd/g1x5A 
      • Delegate, District 26
        • Job creation, improving local schools top issues in District 26 delegates race; Incumbents facing Republican challenger [Holly Henderson] in general election (Gazette, Tillman, 21 Oct 2010) http://is.gd/gb2yX
      • Senate, District 27
        • District 27 senator seeking 10th term; Senate President Miller says that if re-elected, this would likely be his final term in office (Gazette, Tillman, 21 Oct 2010) http://is.gd/gb1GR
        • Md. Senate president facing Republican challenger; Incumbent Miller and Hayes agree on shifting burden of pensions to counties (Gazette, Tillman, 21 Oct 2010) http://is.gd/gb1WR
      • Delegate, District 27A
        • District 27A candidates offer state budget options; Incumbents Vallario, Proctor challenged by Republicans Hethmon and Jarboe-Duley (Gazette, Tillman, 21 Oct 2010) http://is.gd/gb4nJ
      • Delegate, District 47

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