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Browsing All posts tagged under »Bob Ehrlich«

Ehrlich vs. O’Malley? Read All About It

December 18, 2009

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Bob Ehrlich and Martin O'Malley, 2010 election for Maryland governor, analysis in Maryland Politics Watch

Last Word on the Martin O’Malley Webcast

December 11, 2009

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And in summary, let me add: The governor did a good job dispite lousy technical support. It’s always good to leave ’em laughing. P.S. It’s looking like 2010 will be a year to retain the current management in Maryland. — Bernie Hayden Advertisements

Life and Politics in Maryland, 2009

January 5, 2009

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First Monday of the Year in Ocean City Back to work! I’m always happy when we have survived the holiday season, and we can get back to life and work and politics as normal in Maryland, whatever that is. This morning, I have already dust mopped the entire apartment with a Swiffer-brand dust cloth. This […]

Top Maryland News Stories For 2008

December 30, 2008

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Adam Pagnucco over at Maryland Politics Watch is gathering input to compile a list of the top ten Maryland news stories for 2008, and the top ten Montgomery County stories. He will be publishing the results in a few days. Here are Maryland On My Mind’s nominations for the top Maryland news stories of 2008: […]

Maryland Special Session – Leadership

November 20, 2007

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The Special Session of the Maryland General Assembly put Democratic leaders to the test of breaking government gridlock in Maryland, and most of them passed. Gov. Martin O’Malley justified the decision of Maryland voters who selected him over Republican Bob Ehrlich in the 2006 election. O’Malley was still seen as the brash young upstart with a mixed […]

Taxes and Slots are Issues Ripe for Decision

October 30, 2007

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Gov. Martin O’Malley is a new governor. But taxes and slots are not new issues in Maryland politics. In the Maryland General Assembly, you can’t expect action on a major issue in one session. It takes at least two or three years of consideration before legislators are ready to act. That’s good. You don’t want […]

All the Opinion That’s Fit to Print

October 28, 2007

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The Washington Post editorial page opined Sunday that the special session of the General Assembly is fraught with uncertainty and obstacles for Gov. Martin O’Malley. The Baltimore Sun editorial page put a more positive spin on the special session, seeing opportunity to resolve the state’s structural deficit. The Sun expressed hope that the legislature will follow O’Malley’s […]