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Preakness won’t play Maryland’s state song, which celebrates Confederacy — September 12, 2020

Preakness won’t play Maryland’s state song, which celebrates Confederacy September 12, 2020 By: Chris Cwik Read the full article here.  The Preakness is finding a new tradition. For the first time since 1909, the song “Maryland, My Maryland” will not[...]

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Rockville Chamber Mix & Mingle 8-19-20

https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=324533412240675&extid=EZ4DJf5R3MqfgsXe[...]

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911 In The DMV: When Help Is Not On The Way — September 3, 2020

911 In The DMV: When Help Is Not On The Way September 3, 2020 Produced by Inés Rénique Read the full article here. Fire and EMS teams at the site of an emergency. DMV residents worry about recent cases of[...]

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Your ballot application will arrive any day now, Maryland. Then what? — August 31, 2020

Your ballot application will arrive any day now, Maryland. Then what? August 31, 2020 By: Emily Opilo Read the full article here.  Maryland’s much-awaited mail-in ballot applications have begun to arrive in voters’ mailboxes across the state. Before you fill[...]

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Everything You Wanted to Know About General Election Voting in Md., But Were Afraid to Ask — September 1, 2020

Everything You Wanted to Know About General Election Voting in Md., But Were Afraid to Ask September 1, 2020 By: Bennett Leckrone Read the full article here. The 2020 presidential general election will be unprecedented in many ways. From mail-in[...]

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Elections Officials Believe They Have Enough Judges Lined Up to Staff Polling Places — August 28, 2020

Elections Officials Believe They Have Enough Judges Lined Up to Staff Polling Places August 28, 2020 By: Bennett Leckrone Read the full article here. Maryland’s local boards of elections now have enough election judges to staff Election Day voting centers,[...]

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Duplicate Ballot Applications In Maryland Spark Confusion, Concerns About Backlog — August 28, 2020

Duplicate Ballot Applications In Maryland Spark Confusion, Concerns About Backlog August 28, 2o20 By: Dominique Maria Bonessi Read the full article here.  Some Maryland voters who applied for mail-in ballots online also received a paper application in the mail this[...]

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Board OKs MACo’s Request for Additional State Funding for Mail-In Ballot Applications — August 20, 2020

Board OKs MACo’s Request for Additional State Funding for Mail-In Ballot Applications August 20, 2020 By: Kevin Kinnally Read the full article here. The Maryland State Board of Elections (SBE) yesterday voted unanimously to request additional state funding to pay[...]

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When it Comes to Government Openness, Maryland Is a ‘Backwater’ — August 21, 2020

When it Comes to Government Openness, Maryland Is a ‘Backwater’ August 21, 2020 By: Bruce DePuyt Read the full article here. A government geek who hoped to flip open her laptop and watch the Maryland State Ethics Commission in action[...]

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