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August 26, 2004
Change takes time To the editor: I am 66 and I can relate to Michael Myers feelings in regards to his not voting. Since the early 60's, I feel I have voted for the "lesser of the two evils" at election time. Change for the better does come but it takes time. So Michael, if the Green Party offers you a "voice," by all means you should vote. I'm going to vote because I strongly disagree with the current president and his polices! Gene Manon Hagerstown It's a conspiracy To the editor: I agree with Michael Myers.
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by DON AINES | November 1, 2004
chambersburg@herald-mail.com CHAMBERSBURG, PA. - More than 82,000 Franklin County voters are registered to go to the polls Tuesday to cast ballots in the presidential election, along with contested races for the U.S. Senate and House, Pennsylvania Senate and House and three statewide offices. The 75 polling places will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., according to county election officials. With polls showing President Bush and Democratic nominee John F. Kerry locked in a tight race in Pennsylvania, voters will have three other presidential candidates to choose from - Constitution Party candidate Michael Peroutka, Green Party candidate David Cobb and Michael Badnarik of the Libertarian Party.
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by ANDREW SCHOTZ | August 4, 2006
WASHINGTON COUNTY - In his quest for an eighth term in Congress, Roscoe Bartlett is facing Joseph T. Krysztoforski in a Republican primary Sept. 12. The Democrats also have a primary contest: Andrew Duck is running against Barry J.C. Kissin. The winner in each primary will advance to the Nov. 7 general election. Maryland's 6th Congressional District, which Bartlett represents, includes parts or all of Washington, Frederick, Allegany, Garrett, Carroll, Montgomery, Harford and Baltimore counties.
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By HEATHER KEELS | August 19, 2010
Washington County Commissioners candidate Joe Lane said he thinks the commissioners too often put the needs of developers and well-connected businessmen over those of other citizens. "They're mindlessly pro-growth, and they don't consider the downside of sprawl and excessive development," said Lane, 46, a Smithsburg-area resident who is running on the Green Party ticket. Lane said that, if elected, one of his top priorities would be to enforce the county's Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance to prevent road and school overcrowding.
NEWS
September 3, 2006
The following Republican and Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate in Maryland will compete in primaries on Sept. 12. The Green Party candidate will be on the ballot only in the Nov. 7 general election. Republicans · Ray Bly, Howard County · Earl S. Gordon, Montgomery County · Thomas J. Hampton, Anne Arundel County · John Kimble, Prince George's County · Edward Raymond Madej, Anne Arundel County · Daniel Muffoletto, Howard County · Richard Shawver, Carroll County · Michael S. Steele, Prince George's County · Corrogan R. Vaughn, Baltimore County · Daniel "Wig Man" Vovak, Montgomery County Democrats · Benjamin L. Cardin, Baltimore County · David Dickerson, Baltimore County · George T. English, Montgomery County · James H. Hutchinson, Montgomery County · Anthony Jaworski, Montgomery County · A. Robert Kaufman, Baltimore city · Allan Lichtman, Montgomery County · Thomas McCaskill, Prince George's County · Kweisi Mfume, Baltimore City · Josh Rales, Montgomery County · Dennis F. Rasmussen, Baltimore County · Bob Robinson, Harford County · Theresa C. Scaldaferri, Prince George's County · Mike Schaefer, Baltimore city · Charles Ulysses Smith, Baltimore city · Blaine Taylor, Baltimore County ·...
NEWS
April 26, 2008
BOONSBORO - St. Mark's Episcopal Church will host a green cleaning party from 10 a.m. to noon today at St. Mark's parish hall, 18313 Lappans Road. The event is sponsored by Women's Voices for the Earth. Learn how to make your home both clean and green. Participants will go home with a set of easy-to-make cleaning products, plus the recipes. Bring one spray bottle and one plastic container. Register by calling 301-582-0417.
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By HEATHER KEELS | August 21, 2010
o Washington County Commissioners candidates Q&A Part 2 For 12 of the 14 candidates running for Washington County Commissioner, a crucial first round is just a few weeks away. The Sept. 14 primary election will narrow the field of 12 Republican candidates for commissioner to just five. The five GOP candidates who come out on top in the primary will face off against one Democrat and one Green Party candidate in the Nov. 2 general election to decide who will fill the five seats on the county's governing body for the next four years.
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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
September 10, 2010
Between Sept. 3 and Thursday, about 1 percent of the nearly 83,000 registered voters in Washington County participated in early voting for the Sept. 14 primary election, a figure Election Director Kaye Robucci said she expects will increase as voters become more familiar with the process. During the early-voting period, 833 people cast ballots at the former PNC Bank building at 128 W. Washington St., Robucci said. That number included 547 Republicans, 272 Democrats, one Green Party member and 13 unaffiliated voters, she said.
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By ANDREW SCHOTZ | August 23, 2010
Washington County Commissioners President John F. Barr has raised more than $11,500 this year in his re-election bid, which is about a quarter of all campaign receipts among the 14 commissioner candidates. Campaign finance records due last week show that 10 Republican candidates took in a combined $44,576 during the Jan. 14 to Aug. 10 filing period. Four other commissioner candidates filed affidavits that they didn't raise at least $1,000, the minimum amount before they must file itemized campaign finance reports.
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