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Dan Bongino Backs ‘Liberty’ Candidate for Cecil County Council, Past Backers Protest; Slates Heat Up County GOP Committee Contest

June 9, 2014

Dan Bongino, a former Secret Service agent who drew strong support among many Cecil County conservatives in his failed bid for a US Senate seat two years ago, has stuck his toe into Cecil County local politics this year by endorsing a controversial “Campaign for Liberty” candidate for County Council—much to the surprise and...
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Posted in Business, Cecil Times, Democrats, Elections, Elkton, Republican Central Committee, Republicans, Rising Sun, Robert Hodge, Tea Party, Ted Kolodzey, Uncategorized, campaign finance, cecil county, cecil county government, politics, real estate | 4 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 »

Campaign 2014: Wayne Norman Files in Redrawn Dist. 35 Senate; Reilly, Cassilly File for 35B House in Cecil County, Harford

September 3, 2013

The 2014 campaign for state legislative seats in western Cecil County will bring new names and faces in re-drawn Senate and House of Delegates districts, and two new Republican contenders declared their candidacy on Tuesday in Cecil County: Del. Wayne Norman, a Bel Air lawyer, seeking the new Senate 35th Dist. seat, and his...
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Posted in Business, Cecil Times, Elections, Republican Central Committee, Republicans, Robert Hodge, State's Attorney, Uncategorized, campaign finance, cecil county, cecil county government, census, education, governor, politics | No Comments »

Cecil County, Upper Shore Senate: Hershey Woos Locals; Smigiel in Attack Mode for Dist. 36 Seat

August 26, 2013

A Cecil Times Special Report While a political bloodbath has been unfolding in the four counties of the state legislative 36th District recently, the man who caused it has been serenely contemplating, on social media, Texas sports teams and Lone Star state oversized hamburgers. But E.J. Pipkin’s abandonment of his Maryland Senate seat, for...
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Posted in Cecil Times, Democrats, E.J. Pipkin, Elections, Elkton, Martin O'Malley, Michael Smigiel, Republican Central Committee, Republicans, Richard Sossi, Uncategorized, andy harris, campaign finance, cecil county, governor, politics, women | 2 Comments »

Cecil County Councilor Diana Broomell Says She Plans to Run for Re-election to Council in 2014

July 24, 2013

Cecil County Councilor Diana Broomell (R-4), often a lightening rod for controversy both on the old county Commissioners board and the new County Council, told Cecil Times that she plans to run for re-election to her council seat in 2014, contrary to rampant local speculation that she would run for a newly redrawn state...
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Posted in Business, Cecil Government, Cecil Times, Elections, Elkton, Michael Smigiel, Republicans, Robert Hodge, Uncategorized, campaign finance, cecil county, cecil county government, county commissioner, politics, real estate | 17 Comments »


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