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Cecil County Council: Bowlsbey, Schneckenburger, Patchell Win Council Seats in GOP Sweep

November 4, 2014

Cecil County voters elected three Republicans to the County Council in Tuesday’s election, retaining an all-GOP Council and turning back challenges by two well-known Democrats. The only incumbent—Joyce Bowlsbey in District 2—defeated her Democratic challenger, John Ulrich, by a wide margin. She tallied 69.28 percent of the vote, while Ulrich received 30.45 percent, according...
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Posted in Cecil Government, Cecil Times, Democrats, Elections, Republicans, Robert Hodge, Uncategorized, campaign finance, cecil county, cecil county government, county commissioner, governor, politics, women | 3 Comments »

Cecil County Goes to the Polls: Strong Turnout Reported, Cecil Voters Decide Local, State Officials and Charter Questions

November 4, 2014

Cecil County voters went to the polls Tuesday in large numbers to select three members of the County Council, state Delegates and Senators, and local officials including Sheriff, as well as casting ballots on statewide offices. Reports of voter turnout showed strong and steady participation throughout the day. By 3 p.m., a total of...
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Posted in Barry Janney, Cecil Government, Cecil Times, Cecilton, Chris Sutton, Democrats, Elections, Elkton, Martin O'Malley, Michael Smigiel, Republicans, Uncategorized, campaign finance, cecil county, cecil county government, chesapeake city, county commissioner, governor, politics | No Comments »

Cecil County Council Election Face-Off: Patchell Flubs Budget; Drugs, Jobs Seen by Most as Key Issues

October 12, 2014

Candidates for the three open Cecil County Council seats at stake in the November general election faced off 10/8/14 in an issues forum at the Cecil College campus in North East, with most candidates focusing on the economy and drug abuse issues as key concerns for the county’s future. But one candidate flubbed a...
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Posted in Business, Cecil Government, Cecil Times, Democrats, Elections, Republicans, Uncategorized, campaign finance, cecil county, cecil county government, county commissioner, education, politics, real estate, women | 8 Comments »

Cecil County Chatter: Election Board Polling Place Snafu; Cecil Business PAC Boosts $

June 11, 2014

SOME POLLING PLACES WRONG ON SAMPLE BALLOTS; EARLY VOTING BEGINS THURSDAY About 30 percent of Cecil County voters eligible to cast ballots in the upcoming primary elections received sample ballots that listed the wrong polling place at which to vote, Cecil County Board of Elections officials concede, blaming the snafu on a printer’s error....
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Posted in Business, Cecil Chatter, Cecil Government, Cecil Times, Elections, Elkton, Republicans, State's Attorney, Uncategorized, campaign finance, cecil county, cecil county government, politics, real estate, seniors | 1 Comment »

Wayne Tome, Port Mayor and Former County Commissioner, Files for Cecil County Council Seat

February 3, 2014

Port Deposit mayor and former county commissioner Wayne Tome has filed as a candidate for the Cecil County Council in this year’s elections, seeking to regain the District 4 seat he lost in 2010. Tome is also the first Democrat to file in this year’s Council races, in which three seats are at stake:...
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