Red Maryland year in review: May

December 31, 2013

¿     The Maryland General Assembly passed and the Governor signed $15 million in bond bills in 2013.

¿     The Maryland Democratic Party again proved itself to be little more than a subsidiary of organized labor.

¿     Supporters of some Maryland Republican chairman candidates offer a State Party Convention revisionist history.

¿     Longtime Maryland Republican activist Dick Hug passes away.

¿     Disgraced former County Executive John Leopold tries to stay relevant despite his conviction.

¿     Don Dwyer pleads guilty.

¿     Despite continued issues with the selection process of Anne Arundel Board of Education members, there are no fixes in sight for the County School Board Nominating Commission.

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