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To Lobby Or Not To Lobby For Maryland Election Reform

With the primary behind us… Well, not exactly. The Maryland State Board of Elections has still not published data for provisional votes or the second round of absentee ballots. Presumably it will before the winners are formally certified on Friday. But okay, with the primary almost behind us and the general election just six months […] Continue reading →

Our Desperate Need For Election Reform

Life is short. Let’s get right down to business. Three points… One is that we need to extend the limit on campaign contributions, which is now $6000 per person or entity, to cover the candidates themselves. In the race for Mayor of Baltimore, David Warnock has spent in excess of $1.5 million of his own […] Continue reading →