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  • Make the petition process easier, not harder

    Your report on moves to change state referendum procedures repeatedly refers to "electronic signatures" ("Petition process under scrutiny," Jan. 9). That is a misnomer. It would be nice if in the 21st century we were allowed to petition our government...
  • The Sun prints an attack on free speech

    Organizers of the Maryland Conservative Action Network conference (Turning the Tides 2013) were profoundly disappointed that The Sun ran an attack on our conference and our speakers on the very morning of our conference ("The tide of Islamophobia," Jan....
  • Congressional candidate profiles

    MEET THE CANDIDATES   When Marylanders head to the polls Nov. 6, they will elect members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives in addition to casting their ballots for president. Dozens of people are running for a chance to represent the...
  • As we head for the cliff, Congress throws Corzine a lifeline

    As we head for the cliff, Congress throws Corzine a lifeline
    In case anyone missed the news — and judging by the fact that there aren't angry mobs storming Washington, everyone missed the news — Congress recently absolved Jon Corzine of being criminally responsible for actions that "wiped out...
  • Maryland turnout off, but Obama's support slips little

    Voter turnout in Maryland in 2012's general election dropped by more than 8 percentage points from 2008 but President Obama's vote percentage slipped much less than in  other states, according to the State Board of Elections. Unofficial figures show a...
  • An alternative in the 1st

    What if Congress was bought and sold by corporate interests? What if tax loopholes and regulatory exemptions were bought and sold in the halls of Congress? What if both major political parties have become ineffective at addressing the issues of the day?...
  • Sun ignored me, now misrepresents me

    Leave it to The Sun. Having failed to mention my candidacy even one time during the entire campaign season despite numerous press releases and e-mails, The Sun finally mentions my campaign for Congress and erroneously identifies me as an independent ("...
  • Early voting draws one in six Howard County voters; polls open

    Early voting draws one in six Howard County voters; polls open
    The number of early voters in Howard County was the highest ever recorded in the county, but more than 80 percent of registered voters still have the option of heading to the polls Tuesday. Slightly more than 16 percent of Howard County registered...
  • County congressional candidates face off at forum

    One night before President Barack Obama, a Democrat, and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney were to hold their first presidential debate, Howard County's congressional representatives and their challengers had the opportunity to face off. The...
  • In pre-debate debate, a civil appeal for student activism

    In pre-debate debate, a civil appeal for student activism
    An hour before Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama squared off on national television on Oct. 3, the pre-presidential-debate debate got under way at Carroll Community College, with one student speculating out loud, "I wonder when the shoe-throwing is...
  • Harford's large turnout Tuesday astounds elections officials, as vote count begins

    Harford's large turnout Tuesday astounds elections officials, as vote count begins
    Long lines were found at polling places throughout Harford County Tuesday, as many residents said they had become energized by the presidential race and the opportunity to have their say on several controversial state ballot questions. Elections...
  • Long lines of voters in Laurel on Election Day

    Long lines of voters in Laurel on Election Day
    Polls opened in Laurel at 7 a.m. today, with parking lots full and voters greeting a cool morning, with temperatures below freezing. At Laurel Woods Elementary, the lines were long and things were a "little tense" in the first hour after election...