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    I must admit that I rarely agree with the Baltimore Sun's viewpoint on major issues but I would applaud the editorial written about Sheila Dixon ("A Dixon comeback?" July 14). Sometimes, I think we forget all too quickly the arrogant acts of strong, opinionated politicians.

  • Mayor's rivals can be judged by company they keep

    How interesting to read that Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's challengers are actually seeking advice from Sheila Dixon, a disgraced mayor who was charged with perjury, theft, fraudulent misappropriation and misconduct, and ultimately convicted of embezzlement ("Dixon at...

  • Dixon's advice: Let them wear mink

    Several years ago, I was a committee chair for a local charity function at M&T Bank Stadium to benefit Baltimore's homeless.

  • Sheila Dixon: Baltimore's Marion Barry?

    Wednesday's paper contained the good news for fans of Sheila Dixon that she is working with those hoping to unseat Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake ("Dixon at work behind the scenes," July 3).

  • Ulman-Rutherford (or vice versa) the best ticket
    Ulman-Rutherford (or vice versa) the best ticket

    Count me among the people who are dispirited by the governor's race. Thus, The Sun's suggestion that a ticket featuring the candidates for lieutenant governor, Democrat Ken Ulman and Republican Boyd Rutherford (or vice-versa), would present a far better ticket than pairing Mr. Ulman...

  • Brown ads are appalling
    Brown ads are appalling

    The latest attack ads from Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown's campaign and the Democratic Party hit a new low in sleaze, lies and hypocrisy ("Heading into final weeks, Brown shifts tone," Oct. 15). With oozing self-righteousness, they show youngsters and speak of how their opponent is...

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