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Campaign signs cross the line in Baltimore County when it comes to political parties
Campaign signs cross the line in Baltimore County when it comes to political parties

While it may seem unusual to see Democrat Tom Quirk's campaign signs for his re-election as 1st District County Councilman, attached to those of Joseph Hooe's, a Republican running for state delegate in District 12, both candidates said it's simply a display of bipartisanship. "Republicans that support both of us have put those signs up," said Quirk, 44, who runs a financial planning company in Catonsville. "There are a lot of people I'm friends with who are Republicans and I definitely have worked hard to be bipartisan." Quirk's Republican opponent Al Nalley, a salesman and former small business owner, agreed that party affiliation becomes...

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