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Michael Smigiel

State Senate: Hershey Defeats Sossi in Dist. 36 GOP Grudge Re-match; Norman Carries Dist. 35

June 25, 2014

Newly appointed state Senator Steve Hershey won the Republican primary for the seat, defeating former Delegate Dick Sossi in a grudge re-match of their bitter delegate seat fight four years ago. Hershey, of Queen Anne’s County, was appointed several months ago to the Senate seat formerly held by E.J. Pipkin, who resigned to move...
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GOP Central Committee: ‘Liberty’ Faction Gets 2 Seats, ‘United’ Slate Wins Majority

June 25, 2014

The Cecil County Republican Central Committee, which has been controlled for the past four years by a majority tied to the former Smipkin political machine, will face an overhaul with a new majority that ran on a “United Republican” slate. But two candidates who ran as members of a “Campaign for Liberty” slate—Chris Zeauskas,...
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Cecil County Council Election: Broomell, Dunn Ousted; Bowlsbey, Patchell, Schneckenburger Win GOP Primary

June 24, 2014

In a stunning rebuke, Cecil County voters Tuesday ousted incumbent County Councilors Diana Broomell and Michael Dunn, while Joyce Bowlsbey won the Republican nod to return to her District 2 seat. George Patchell and Dan Schneckenburger won the GOP nominations in Districts 4 and 3, respectively. The primary election ended a years-long drama of...
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Deadline Tonight to Register, Change Party Affiliation for June 24 Primary Elections; Unaffiliated Voters Will Have No Voice in Several Key Local Races

June 3, 2014

Cecil County residents have until 9 p.m. tonight (Tuesday, 6/3/14) to register to vote or change their political party affiliation to be able to cast ballots in the Democratic or Republican primary election on June 24. People who have previously registered as “unaffiliated,” or not aligning with any political party, will be unable to...
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Cecil County Council GOP Candidates: Anti-Government ‘Campaign for Liberty’ Faction vs. Problem Solvers, Economic Development Backers

March 21, 2014

Republicans running for the Cecil County Council in this year’s June primary election squared off Thursday night in a political forum, with two chief factions emerging in the contests– local education and economic development backers and problem-solvers contrasted with allies of the state and national anti-government “Campaign for Liberty” organization. But there were also...
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