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Cecil County Council: Hodge Gets PAC, Family $; Crouse Taps Dem Old Guard in Dist. 5 Campaign

November 4, 2012

Incumbent Republican Cecil County Commissioner Robert Hodge drew $3,000 in Political Action Committee (PAC) donations but his family donated the largest lump sums to his campaign while Democratic challenger James Crouse, the former mayor of Elkton, tapped the Old Guard of his party in the race for the new County Council seat in District...
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Posted in andy harris, Business, campaign finance, cecil county, cecil county government, Cecil Times, county commissioner, Elections, governor, Michael Smigiel, politics, real estate, Republican Central Committee, Republicans, Robert Hodge, Ted Kolodzey, Uncategorized, women | No Comments »

Cecil Business Leaders PAC Endorses Tari Moore in GOP Primary for Cecil County Executive

February 22, 2012

A business political action committee, organized last year in dissatisfaction with the current leadership of Cecil County government, Tuesday endorsed Tari Moore in the Republican primary for county executive. The board of the group, Cecil Business Leaders for Better Government, voted unanimously to endorse Moore, a first-term County Commissioner from District 2, in her...
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Cecil County Politics: Business, Bipartisan Leaders Seek Reform of Current Commissioners’ Board

December 8, 2011

There wasn’t a “Smipkin” in sight Wednesday night when a new business-oriented political action committee held its first official meeting in Elkton to organize a campaign against the current ruling majority of the Cecil County Commissioners. But there was a standing-room-only crowd of nearly 300 people, a bipartisan turnout of business owners, current and...
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Cecil County Business Leaders Create PAC for 2012 Candidates

November 29, 2011

A bipartisan coalition of business leaders has formed a political action committee to support political candidates in Cecil County for the 2012 elections that will “promote the economic viability” of the county. The group, dubbed “Cecil Business Leaders for Better Government,” has scheduled a kick-off event on Dec. 7 at Mick’s Crab House on...
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Posted in Business, campaign finance, Cecil Chatter, cecil county, cecil county government, Cecil Government, Cecil Times, Democrats, Elections, Michael Smigiel, politics, real estate, Republicans, Robert Hodge, Uncategorized | 7 Comments »

MD 1st: Outsiders’ Spending at $4 million as Kratovil-Harris Race Wraps Up

November 2, 2010

By Lou Peck Contributing Editor, Cecil Times/ National Journal In the hotly contested rematch in Maryland’s 1st Congressional District between Democratic Rep. Frank Kratovil and GOP state Sen. Andy Harris, the barrage of TV attack ads continued as voters went to the polls Tuesday-– with spending by outside groups seeking to influence the race...
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ALAN McCARTHY for COUNTY EXEC

*With your support, we will move Cecil County forward, with job creation, education, and preserving our quality of life

* Cecil County lost 192 jobs at C&S Foods— moved to Prince George’s Co. because our Economic Development office fell down on the job. PG used state aid and a special county loan/grant fund to take our jobs. This job loss had nothing to do with ‘illegal immigrants.’

*My administration will save jobs— with casino 'impact aid' money directed to create a local fund to keep jobs here.

(Auth: Friends of Alan McCarthy, Roger Owens, Treas.)