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SHARFSTEIN URGES VIGILANCE, SAYS FALL DELTA SURGE IS STILL POSSIBLE

October 11, 2021 By: Bryan Renbaum Read the full article here. Former Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Secretary Dr. Joshua Sharfstein warned Marylanders not to let their guards down this fall as it is still possible that the Delta[...]

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Here’s a Different Way to Get to Know the Democratic Candidates for Governor

October 5, 2021 By: Josh Kurtz Read the full article here. It’s often said that in an election, voters gravitate toward the candidate they would most like to have a beer with. With that in mind, state Sen. Cheryl C.[...]

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Joe Vogel Declares Candidacy for Delegate in District 17

By: Patrick Herron September 20, 2021 Read the full article here.    Joe Vogel Declares Candidacy for Delegate in District 17 Press release from Joe Vogel’s campaign: “Today, Joe Vogel, a Democratic activist raised in District 17, announced his candidacy[...]

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Joe Vogel off and running for District 17 House seat

September 20, 2021 By: Ryan Miner Read the full article here.      Democratic activist Joe Vogel of Rockville released a slick and impressively choreographed video Monday, in both English and Spanish, announcing his District 17 candidacy. “I’m running for Delegate to bring the[...]

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With four-term delegate not seeking re-election, activist poised to run

September 16, 2021 By: Steve Bohnel Read the full article here. With a long-time state delegate not seeking re-election in District 17, a community organizer and activist will seek the seat, avoiding a potential Democratic primary against an incumbent.  Del.[...]

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Maryland State Senator Cheryl Kagan – What’s Happening MoCo

This episode of the What’s Happening MoCo podcast features a conversation with Maryland State Senator Cheryl Kagan. During the interview, Senator Kagan shares her passion for 911 service improvement. Senator Kagan has dedicated significant time over the last several years[...]

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Facing Primary Challenge Orchestrated by Senator, Gilchrist Opts Out of 2022 Race

September 3, 2021 By: Bruce DePuyt Read the full article here. Del. Jim Gilchrist (D-Montgomery), a low-key legislator whose father also served in the General Assembly, has decided not to seek re-election next year. First elected in 2006, Gilchrist chairs[...]

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Officials begin investigating how Ida flooding turned fatal, damaged apartments in Rockville

September 3, 2021 By: Steve Bohnel Read the full article here. After flooding killed a 19-year-old man, severely damaged apartments, and left more than 100 residents in the Rockville area displaced on Wednesday, officials have started investigating what might have[...]

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Ahead of Key Votes, Franchot Weighs Policy and Politics on Hogan Highway Plan

August 10, 2021 By: Bruce DePuyt Read the full article here. Maryland Comptroller Peter V.R. Franchot (D). Photo by Danielle E. Gaines When the Board of Public Works meets on Wednesday, it will cast two votes on Gov. Lawrence J.[...]

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Looming Vote on Hogan Highway Plan Triggers Campaign-Style Frenzy of Activity

July 20, 2021 By: Bruce DePuyt Read the full article here. The Capital Beltway near the Interstate 270 spur. Photo by Dave Dildine/WTOP.  The hours leading up to a high-stakes vote on a controversial highway project in Montgomery County took[...]

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