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As GOP makes inroads, two incumbent members toe line for collaboration on County Council
As GOP makes inroads, two incumbent members toe line for collaboration on County Council

Midterm elections nationwide brought a host of Republicans, including Larry Hogan, who won Maryland's gubernatorial race, to office last week. The same occurred in Baltimore County on a smaller scale with the election of another Republican to the County Council, to bring the membership nearly even with three Republicans and four Democrats. The last time on record there was a 3-to-4 ratio on the council was in 1990 when three Republicans were elected to the 7-member legislative body. And like Hogan, who in the days following his election, touted that now is the time for both parties to come together to work for progress, several newly elected or re-elected County Council members...

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