New Harford Democratic Club: Central Committee Blamed For Bennett’s Loss of Mayor’s Seat in Aberdeen Election

From the New Harford Democratic Club: MONTHLY MEETING MINUTES Minutes of the November 4, 2015 meeting Meeting called to order by President Steve Johnson a 7:01 p.m. President Johnson led the members in the pledge to the flag. President Johnson asked members to introduce themselves. Treasurer’s report from George Harrison. He stated the operating account […]

Harford Campaign for Liberty Nov. 24: Disaster Planning; Boehner’s Bye-Bye; Runaway Blimp

From Harford Campaign for Liberty: Dear Friend, This November 24, 2015 7pm – 9pm Harford Vineyard and Winery 1311 Jarrettsville Rd Forest Hill, MD 21050 This Tuesday, November 24th at Harford Campaign for Liberty! Special Guest Ira Crowe, owner of Chaos Consulting, will discuss the importance of Disaster Planning, including some practical steps every family […]

Comptroller Franchot to Visit Kingsville Elementary School; Tour Classrooms Without Air-Conditioning

From the office of the Comptroller of Maryland: Comptroller Peter Franchot will tour Kingsville Elementary School on Thursday with Principal Carol Ferris, Parent-Teacher Association President Angela Feehly and parent Alicia Prisco to see several classrooms where there is a lack of air-conditioning. Earlier this fall, the Comptroller conducted town hall meetings as part of his […]

U.S. Sen. Mikulski Awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom, Nation’s Highest Civilian Honor, by President Obama

From the office of U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski: MIKULSKI STATEMENT ON SELECTION AS PRESIDENTIAL MEDAL OF FREEDOM HONOREE WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Barbara A. Mikulski (D-Md.) today issued the following statement after the White House announced that President Barack Obama will award her the Presidential Medal of Freedom during a ceremony next week at the […]

Del. Szeliga Announces U.S. Senate Bid; “We Have a Paralyzed Government Incapable of Solving Even Our Most Basic Needs”

From Kathy Szeliga for Maryland: Today, I announced my candidacy to be the next United States Senator from Maryland. We have a paralyzed government incapable of solving even our most basic needs. I for one can no longer standby waiting for those we’ve sent to Washington to solve our problems, because they haven’t. And I’m […]

State House and Senate Minority Caucus Respond to Concerns over Structural Deficit

From the Senate Minority Office: ANNAPOLIS, MD – Department of Legislative Services (DLS) today released an extended fiscal forecast from 2017 through 2021. The numbers disclose that, contrary to popular assumption that the structural deficit is eliminated – in fact, the structural deficit remains. “As the administration said earlier this week, ‘now is not the […]

DeBonis and Smith Tied for Final Aberdeen City Council Seat After All Votes Counted; City Attorney Consulted

When the dust settled Thursday and all 1,799 ballots cast in Aberdeen’s 2015 Municipal Election had been counted, candidates Sean DeBonis and Stephen Smith remained tied for the fourth and final seat on the city council, with exactly 655 votes apiece. After the polls closed on Tuesday evening, sitting city councilman Smith was leading newcomer […]