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Cecil County Elections: Rollins Wins State’s Attorney Race, Judge Sexton Wins Bipartisan Support for Circuit Court

June 25, 2014

Cecil County State’s Attorney E.D. (Ellis) Rollins III won re-election Tuesday in the Republican primary while sitting judge Brenda Sexton won overwhelming support to remain on the Circuit Court bench in a non-partisan contest. As a result, both Rollins and Judge Sexton will retain their positions since they will be unopposed on the November...
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Posted in Democrats, Elections, Ellis Rollins III, Martin O'Malley, Michael Halter, Republicans, campaign finance, cecil county, cecil county government, governor, politics, women | 1 Comment »

State Delegate Dist. 36 Race: Three Hoops, Four Basketballs and a Caroline County Jumpshot

June 16, 2014

COMMENTARY The 36th District, covering four counties on Maryland’s Upper Eastern Shore, is like no other legislative district in the state and this year the contests for state Delegates are the political equivalent of “March Madness” in college basketball. But in the Republican primary’s “June madness,” an underdog player from Caroline County will get...
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Posted in Business, Cecil Times, Elections, Martin O'Malley, Michael Smigiel, Republicans, Uncategorized, cecil county, cecil county government, governor, politics | 2 Comments »

Cecil County Sheriff Dept. Goes to Dogs: K9 Officers to Join Force, Patrol Schools

February 2, 2014

Cecil County’s Sheriff’s Department is bringing on two new four-pawed recruits this spring, training K9 dogs to detect illegal drugs in schools and also serve broader law enforcement duties in the county—at no expense to taxpayers. In an interview with Cecil Times, Sheriff Barry Janney said that he has been working for months on...
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Posted in Cecil Government, Cecil Times, Chris Sutton, Elections, Martin O'Malley, Sheriff's Department, Uncategorized, cecil county, cecil county government, county commissioner, education, politics | 4 Comments »

Upper Shore Politics: Arentz Gets Gov. Nod for Vacant Delegate Seat; Keeping Smigiel Delegate Option Open for 2014?

November 15, 2013

News Analysis Gov. Martin O’Malley usually doesn’t come across as a man of few words on any topic, but when he is just carrying out a pro-forma requirement, he can be quite succinct. So it took just two short paragraphs for the governor to announce this week that he has formally appointed Steve Arentz,...
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Posted in Cecil Government, Cecil Times, E.J. Pipkin, Elections, Martin O'Malley, Michael Smigiel, Republican Central Committee, Republicans, Richard Sossi, Uncategorized, andy harris, campaign finance, cecil county, cecil county government, governor, politics | No Comments »

Steve Arentz, Queen Anne’s Co. Commissioner, Wins Majority GOP Panel Support for Dist. 36 Delegate; Past Campaign $ Issues Resolved

October 25, 2013

Steve Arentz, president of the Queen Anne’s County Board of Commissioners, has won the endorsement of Republican party committees in three of the four counties of the 36th District to fill a vacant state Delegate seat. As a result, his appointment is all but assured under the state Constitution, even before Cecil County Republicans...
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Posted in Cecil Times, Elections, Elkton, Martin O'Malley, Republican Central Committee, Republicans, Uncategorized, cecil county, governor, politics | 1 Comment »

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