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  • Three Baltimore prosecutors elected as state's attorneys in suburban counties

    Three Baltimore prosecutors elected as state's attorneys in suburban counties

    Three veterans from the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s office were elected Tuesday as top prosecutors in Anne Arundel, Harford and Howard counties. Democrat Anne Colt Leitess, who supervised the office’s Special Victims Unit, focusing on cases involving child abuse, domestic violence and sexual...

  • Ishak elected; Adkins-Tobin unseats sitting Judge Kreis

    Ishak elected; Adkins-Tobin unseats sitting Judge Kreis

    Diane Adkins-Tobin did what no one has been able to do since 1954 — unseat a sitting judge. Not only did the deputy state’s attorney for Harford County defeat one of the two incumbent Harford County Circuit Court judges, she received more votes than either of them. Adkins-Tobin, who got on the...

  • Harford votes for Glassman, Gahler, Vincenti, Peisinger

    Harford votes for Glassman, Gahler, Vincenti, Peisinger

    Republicans swept all the key races in Harford County Tuesday, winning the county executive, County Council president, the County Council, the sheriff and state’s attorney’s races. Harford County Executive Barry Glassman and Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler easily won re-election as the leading vote-getters,...

  • Harford votes for Hogan, Harris, other Republicans

    Harford votes for Hogan, Harris, other Republicans

    Harford County again went big for Gov. Larry Hogan Tuesday and voted for many, but not all, Republicans on the statewide ballot. Hogan beat Democratic challenger Ben Jealous in Harford County 77.61 percent to 21.23 percent, with Hogan getting 82,460 votes and Jealous getting 22,560. Four years...

  • Harford election directors put on administrative leave, acting director in place

    Harford election directors put on administrative leave, acting director in place

    Harford County’s elections agency was under the leadership of an acting director as voters across the county went to the polls Tuesday, since the veteran elections director and deputy director had been put on administrative leave nearly a week before. “The elections board is confident that the...

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