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NEWS
October 17, 2012
Clear Spring awards snow removal bid The Clear Spring Town Council on Oct. 8 unanimously accepted a winter snow removal bid from Licking Creek Paving & Hauling in Big Pool, Md. The bid proposal includes a charge of $70 per hour for plowing and salting, $70 per hour for snow removal with a backhoe, $65 per hour for snow removal with a dump truck and $10 per hour for flaggers when necessary, according to town council minutes. Payne Contracting & Landscaping LLC in Hagerstown also submitted a bid for the contract.
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NEWS
October 16, 2012
The Washington County Board of Elections is reminding voters that the deadline to request an absentee ballot for the 2012 presidential general election is Tuesday, Oct. 30. The election is Tuesday, Nov. 6. Any registered voter in Maryland may request and vote by absentee ballot.  A voter who wants to vote by absentee ballot must submit a written and signed request for an absentee ballot. An application can be printed from the state board of elections website at www.elections.state.md.us/voting/absentee.html or may requested by telephone, in writing or in person at the Washington County Board of Elections at 35 W. Washington St. in Hagerstown.
OPINION
August 26, 2012
Holly Place in need of public's help To the editor: Thanks to our community's wonderful support over the years, Holly Place is still providing care, comfort and love to its assisted-living residents, but we need to ask for your help again. Holly Place is an assisted-living home that has been organized to serve those who cannot afford market-rate assisted living and have no other place to go. Some of our residents have nothing left except for their Social Security, which can be as little as $600 per month.
NEWS
May 8, 2012
More than 4,100 ballots for Tuesday's primary election have already been cast by early voters in the Eastern Panhandle, according to Secretary of State Natalie E. Tennant's office. As of Monday, 2,357 people voted in Berkeley County, more Republicans (1,122) than Democrats (956). Another 273 residents with no political party affiliation also voted. More registered Democrats (658) voted early in Jefferson County than Republicans (439) and another 185 voters with no party affiliation cast ballots, according to Tennant's office.
NEWS
By ANDREW SCHOTZ | andrews@herald-mail.com | April 4, 2012
John Delaney convincingly won a Democratic primary Tuesday night in Maryland's 6th Congressional District race, setting up a fall showdown with 10-term incumbent Republican Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett. Delaney took the lead over state Sen.Robert J. Garagiolafrom the start - when early voting results were posted, shortly after the polls closed at 8 p.m. - and increased his margin throughout the night. Late Tuesday night, Delaney had 17,897 votes, or 54 percent of the total in the Democratic field, and Garagiola had 9,411 votes, or 29 percent, according to unofficial results.
NEWS
By DAVE McMILLION | davem@herald-mail.com | April 3, 2012
The head of the county election board had predicted up to a 40 percent voter turnout in Washington County in Tuesday's primary elections, but with light activity at polls during the day, she lowered that prediction to 20 to 25 percent by Tuesday night. With only seven of the county's 54 precincts reporting as of about 9:15 p.m., Kaye E. Robucci, director of the Washington County Board of Elections, could only offer a rough estimate of voter turnout. Robucci said she based her 20 percent to 25 percent turnout prediction on the fact that voting was light at polls in the early part of the day. “Usually, we have people lined up at the door, and it just wasn't there,” Robucci said.
NEWS
By C.J. LOVELACE | cj.lovelace@herald-mail.com | April 3, 2012
The field of 12 candidates vying for five seats on the Hagerstown City Council was reduced by one Republican on Tuesday, according to unofficial primary election results. With all 18 city precincts reporting and early votes counted, longtime state legislator Don Munson led all GOP candidates with 1,319 votes, followed by incumbent Councilman Forrest W. Easton with 1,071. “I'm very excited about being the leader so far, and I hope it continues,” said Munson, who served for 36 years in the state Senate and House.
NEWS
By ANDREW SCHOTZ | September 29, 2010
Primary election results in Washington County are official. The Washington County Board of Elections certified the results Friday. Election Director Kaye Robucci said one additional vote was counted that day, after initially being included with ballots that were rejected. The board counted 712 absentee ballots Sept. 16, two days after the primary, and another 224 absentee and provisional ballots Sept. 22. The additional ballots didn't change the outcomes of any county, state or federal races.
NEWS
By ANDREW SCHOTZ | September 22, 2010
The last batch of local ballots, counted Wednesday, didn't affect preliminary results from the Sept. 14 primary. The finishes in the closest races -- for county commissioner and school board -- didn't change after 224 absentee and provisional ballots were counted. The Washington County Board of Elections counted 712 absentee ballots on Thursday of last week. There are no ballots left to count, but the results won't become official until they're certified on Friday. Russell F. Williams II remained in sixth place in the school board race.
NEWS
By ANDREW SCHOTZ | September 16, 2010
The 712 absentee ballots counted Thursday didn't change the outcomes of Tuesday's primary election in Washington County. The closest local race was for three seats on the Washington County Board of Education. Six candidates in a field of 11 will advance to the Nov. 2 general election. At the end of Tuesday night, three candidates in the middle of the pack were separated by 79 votes. Wayne M. Kretzer was fifth with 3,796 votes, Russell F. Williams II was sixth with 3,752 votes and James W. Staley was seventh with 3,717 votes.
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