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In AG’s race, key message is ‘Jon is not Ben’

Michael Morrell, former communications guru for Gov. Parris Glendening and Sen. Barbara Mikulski, told a Democratic audience in Columbia Wednesday night that the most important words in this week’s mailer attacking attorney general candidate Jon Cardin were not the headlines highlighting his faults as a delegate. The key words were in smaller type at the top of the back page: “Jon Cardin is not Ben Cardin.”

In AG’s race, key message is ‘Jon is not Ben’

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Michael Morrell, former communications guru for Gov. Parris Glendening and Sen. Barbara Mikulski, told a Democratic audience in Columbia Wednesday night that the most important words in this week’s mailer attacking attorney general candidate Jon Cardin were not the headlines highlighting his faults as a delegate. The key words were in smaller type at the top of the back page: “Jon Cardin is not Ben Cardin.”

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Campaign for Harford County Senate seat turns nasty

By Jeremy Bauer-Wolf jeremy@marylandreporter.com A face-off between two Democrats for the District 34 Senate seat has turned sour, with both candidates devising websites dedicated to smearing each other. Art Helton, a former

Lt. Gov. Brown touts Sen. Currie as ‘leader’ on minimum wage hike

Just 33 days from the primary election and 20 days from early voting, the campaign mailers are beginning to hit the mailboxes of regular primary voters.Some contain the usual

Budget bill signed by O’Malley contained unconstitutional provisions, Gansler says

Photo above:Gov. Martin O’Malley signs the Budget Reconciliation and Financing Act last Thursday, with Senate President Mike Miller, left, and House Speaker Michael Busch, right; behind them Sen. Nancy

Baltimore Co. Democratic club fails to endorse state incumbents in dispute over local race

Photo caption: District 11 slate in 2010, from left: Sen. Bobby Zirkin, Dels. Dan Morhaim, Jon Cardin (now running for AG), Dana Stein. By Jeremy Bauer-Wolf jeremy@marylandreporter.com A Baltimore County Democratic Club,

Swiping candidates yard signs gets police attention in Baltimore County

By Jeremy Bauer-Wolf jeremy@marylandreporter.com Baltimore County Police blasted a department-wide email last week refreshing officers on the importance of election laws and their enforcement, a reminder that was apparently well-timed. J. Ronald

DeJuliis accused of tearing down Brochin signs in Senate race

Baltimore County police talk to state Labor Commissioner Ron Juliis as he leans against a pick-up truck with signs for Connie DeJuliis. A Brochin for Senate sign lies on

General Assembly candidates roundup updated with endorsements

By Staff of MarylandReporter.com Our ninth monthly roundup of candidates for General Assembly shows the various groups that have endorsed in these races, 10 groups so far. It also adds

Business group rolls out Roll Call report card

By Jeremy Bauer-Wolf jeremy@marylandreporter.com Passage of the minimum wage increase has worried business owners and their advocates, who already fret that Mayland’s economic climate is hostile to corporations and mom-and-pop shops

Rascovar: Defending Joe Vallario

This column ran Tuesday in PoliticalMaryland.com, the personal blog of Barry Rascovar, a regular contributor to MarylandReporter.com By Barry Rascovar There’s no denying Del. Joseph F. Vallario, Jr. of Prince

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