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  • Ad hominem attacks [Commentary]

    Ad hominem attacks [Commentary]
    The next governor of Maryland has big shoes to fill. He or she will follow an administration that has made Maryland a model for effective, progressive governance. One of the candidates running for the position, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, has served as the second highest-ranking official in this administration for seven years. That is why I was so surprised to hear Attorney General Doug Gansler question Mr. Brown's qualifications once again.
  • Back seat bickering [Editorial]

    Back seat bickering  [Editorial]
    Maryland voters will head to the polls to pick the Democratic and Republican nominees for governor nine weeks from today, and the state of the race thus far is pretty depressing. Most of the oxygen in the contest is being sucked up by an unilluminating...

    Delegate reviews just-ended legislative session [Letter]

    It has been an honor and a pleasure to serve you. I am proud to be your conservative voice of reason in Annapolis. Let me remind you of some major changes in election law. The Maryland gubernatorial primary has been moved to June 24, with early voting...

    Questioning Brown on Obamacare website isn't 'negative campaigning' [Letter]

    Questioning Brown on Obamacare website isn't 'negative campaigning' [Letter]
    Regarding your front page story about the Democratic campaign for governor turning negative ("Race for Maryland governor turns negative," April 19), I have only one question: Why is negative to ask an elected official, claiming success, to explain his...

    The Rabbit of old-school politics, unions

    The Rabbit of old-school politics, unions
    News of the recent death of Robert "Rabbit" Pomerlane took me back to my first contact with what might be described as Baltimore's — even more specifically, Southeast Baltimore's — rough-and-tumble political world: guys with tickets to...