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August 19, 1994
Baltimore County has never sent an African-American legislator to the General Assembly. This fact is certain to change in November when state senators and delegates are elected in the new 10th Legislative District.Created to give the county a black-majority district, the 10th has a voting population that is 65 percent African-American. Eighty percent of the district's voters live in the county, the rest in a portion of Baltimore's west side. Because the 10th is one of several new districts bridging county and city, and because it will make history this fall, the local legislative races have drawn much attention.
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September 11, 2007
Following are the Democratic candidates in today's Baltimore primary election. The Sun's endorsements are highlighted. There is no Republican primary. MAYOR Phillip A. Brown Jr. Andrey Bundley Jill P. Carter Frank M. Conaway SHEILA DIXON A. Robert Kaufman Keiffer J. Mitchell Jr. Mike Schaefer CITY COUNCIL PRESIDENT Kenneth N. Harris Sr. Stephanie Rawlings-Blake MICHAEL SARBANES Charles Ulysses Smith DISTRICT 1 Donald John Dewar III JAMES B. KRAFT Terry Jay McCready Marc E. Warren DISTRICT 2 Nicholas C. D'Adamo Jr. LAWRENCE JAMAAL MOSES DISTRICT 3 ROBERT W. CURRAN Norman E. Hall Michael L. Hamilton DISTRICT 4 Scherod Barnes Neil R. Bernstein Ryan M. Coleman Monica L. Gaines William "Bill" Goodin Reba Hawkins BILL HENRY Christopher Jack Hill Earl Levi Holt III DISTRICT 5 No contest DISTRICT 6 Ramona Moore Baker Sharon Green Middleton Deborah B. Ramsey ELIZABETH "LIZ" SMITH DISTRICT 7 Tony Asa BELINDA K. CONAWAY Marshall Toby Goodwin John Holmes DISTRICT 8 Benjamin Barnwell Sr. HELEN L. HOLTON Darryl Anthony Jefferson Sr. Andre Manigault Mahasa David Maurice Smallwood DISTRICT 9 MICHAEL EUGENE JOHNSON James Hugh Jones II Agnes Welch DISTRICT 10 Donnie Fair TERRY F. HICKEY Hunter L. Pruette Edward L. Reisinger DISTRICT 11 Karen Veronica Brown WILLIAM COLE Rita Collins Fred D. Mason III Adam S. Meister Nick Mosby Dana Owens Brandon Thornton Warren Zussman DISTRICT 12 Ertha Harris Frank William Richardson...
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | September 25, 2001
Carroll County District Judge JoAnn Ellinghaus-Jones has been named administrative judge for District 10, which includes Howard and Carroll counties. Ellinghaus-Jones succeeds Judge James N. Vaughan, who left the post last week to become chief judge of Maryland's District Court system. Her appointment took effect Thursday. Ellinghaus-Jones was named to the bench in 1991 and was reappointed this year to a second 10-year term. As administrative judge, she will coordinate scheduling and handle personnel and commissioner-related issues, among other duties, in the two-county, seven-judge district.
NEWS
September 4, 2003
The Sun continues its endorsements for the Sept. 9 Baltimore primary election with City Council races in southern District 10 and central District 11. District 10 ONCE DERIDED as the "Silent Sixth," the southernmost leg of the city is awakening to its potential: As the new 10th District, its future is tied to its twisting miles of waterfront, far-flung neighborhoods and dormant industrial lots. Pockets of new money and poverty share the harbor and river views. Its council member must recognize the differing needs of Westport, Cherry Hill, Locust Point, Morrell Park, Brooklyn and Curtis Bay, and help them forge a vision for the peninsula's future.
NEWS
September 18, 1990
Elected to the Democratic State Central Committee were:District 5B:Dan K. MorhaimDistrict 6:Randall P. CogarWilliam J. Comotto Jr.Diane DeCarloEdmund C. Dotterweich Jr.Linda G. Woodard-HartDistrict 7:Joan M. AmmonJoseph M. LeshkoAnthony J. NarutowiczMarlene PianowskiEdward G. SchaferDistrict 8:David E. EvansJoseph FerraracciCharles B. Kropfelder Sr.Carol McEvoyEdward G. Shafer Jr.District 9:Carol Ann AllenJohn J. Appel Jr.John G. DisneyEmory Gross Jr.Steven...
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By Harold Jackson and Harold Jackson,Sun Staff Writer Staff writer Howard Libit also contributed to this article | August 25, 1994
Continuing a role it has played since 1968, the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance announced its slate of political endorsements yesterday at the conclusion of a 2 1/2 -hour meeting.The group bristles at the "black ministers group" tag usually placed on it.Ten ministers, who said they represented church organizations of varying denominations and racial composition, decided which candidates to back.Most of the ministers refused to identify themselves, saying their choices were not based on personal preference but the will of the 350,000 members of the churches and other groups they represented.
NEWS
September 11, 2007
Following are the Democratic candidates in today's Baltimore primary election. The Sun's endorsements are highlighted. There is no Republican primary. MAYOR Phillip A. Brown Jr. Andrey Bundley Jill P. Carter Frank M. Conaway SHEILA DIXON A. Robert Kaufman Keiffer J. Mitchell Jr. Mike Schaefer CITY COUNCIL PRESIDENT Kenneth N. Harris Sr. Stephanie Rawlings-Blake MICHAEL SARBANES Charles Ulysses Smith DISTRICT 1 Donald John Dewar III JAMES B. KRAFT Terry Jay McCready Marc E. Warren DISTRICT 2 Nicholas C. D'Adamo Jr. LAWRENCE JAMAAL MOSES DISTRICT 3 ROBERT W. CURRAN Norman E. Hall Michael L. Hamilton DISTRICT 4 Scherod Barnes Neil R. Bernstein Ryan M. Coleman Monica L. Gaines William "Bill" Goodin Reba Hawkins BILL HENRY Christopher Jack Hill Earl Levi Holt III DISTRICT 5 No contest DISTRICT 6 Ramona Moore Baker Sharon Green Middleton Deborah B. Ramsey ELIZABETH "LIZ" SMITH DISTRICT 7 Tony Asa BELINDA K. CONAWAY Marshall Toby Goodwin John Holmes DISTRICT 8 Benjamin Barnwell Sr. HELEN L. HOLTON Darryl Anthony Jefferson Sr. Andre Manigault Mahasa David Maurice Smallwood DISTRICT 9 MICHAEL EUGENE JOHNSON James Hugh Jones II Agnes Welch DISTRICT 10 Donnie Fair TERRY F. HICKEY Hunter L. Pruette Edward L. Reisinger DISTRICT 11 Karen Veronica Brown WILLIAM COLE Rita Collins Fred D. Mason III Adam S. Meister Nick Mosby Dana Owens Brandon Thornton Warren Zussman DISTRICT 12 Ertha Harris Frank William Richardson...
NEWS
September 11, 1990
County ExecutiveRoger B. Hayden (R)County CouncilDistrict 1Ronald B. Hickernell (D)District 2Harold G. Gordon (D)District 3C.A. Ruppersberger (D)District 4Barbara Bachur (D)Victoria Chambers (R)District 5Norman Lauenstein (D)District 7Dale Volz (D)State LegislatureDistrict 5BHouse:Lawrence LaMotte (D)District 6House:Leslie Hutchinson (D)E. Farrell Maddox (D)Michael H. Weir (D)District 7Senate:Norman Stone (D)House:John S. Arnick (D)Connie Galiazzo (D)Joseph J. Minnick (D)District 8House:Donna M. Felling (D)
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | December 19, 2001
Howard County's influence might grow in Annapolis under a proposed legislative redistricting plan, but one goal remains out of reach - a district for Howard to call its own. The plan released this week by the Governor's Redistricting Advisory Committee - four Democrats and one Republican - would link Howard to Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll and Prince George's counties through shared districts while severing a decade-long tie to Montgomery County....
NEWS
September 4, 2003
The Sun continues its endorsements for the Sept. 9 Baltimore primary election with City Council races in southern District 10 and central District 11. District 10 ONCE DERIDED as the "Silent Sixth," the southernmost leg of the city is awakening to its potential: As the new 10th District, its future is tied to its twisting miles of waterfront, far-flung neighborhoods and dormant industrial lots. Pockets of new money and poverty share the harbor and river views. Its council member must recognize the differing needs of Westport, Cherry Hill, Locust Point, Morrell Park, Brooklyn and Curtis Bay, and help them forge a vision for the peninsula's future.
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By Jonathan D. Rockoff and Jonathan D. Rockoff,SUN STAFF | August 31, 2002
One preaches for a living, another handles discrimination complaints. A third nurses the sick, while a fourth is a corporate type. Then there is the computer-aided designer, and don't forget the union president. The candidates for the House of Delegates from the 10th District are a diverse lot who are vying to represent nearly 59,000 registered voters on the southwest side of Baltimore County. It's a district that saw significant changes when boundary lines were redrawn this year. Gone from the 10th District are the city precincts.
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | December 19, 2001
Howard County's influence might grow in Annapolis under a proposed legislative redistricting plan, but one goal remains out of reach - a district for Howard to call its own. The plan released this week by the Governor's Redistricting Advisory Committee - four Democrats and one Republican - would link Howard to Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll and Prince George's counties through shared districts while severing a decade-long tie to Montgomery County....
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | September 25, 2001
Carroll County District Judge JoAnn Ellinghaus-Jones has been named administrative judge for District 10, which includes Howard and Carroll counties. Ellinghaus-Jones succeeds Judge James N. Vaughan, who left the post last week to become chief judge of Maryland's District Court system. Her appointment took effect Thursday. Ellinghaus-Jones was named to the bench in 1991 and was reappointed this year to a second 10-year term. As administrative judge, she will coordinate scheduling and handle personnel and commissioner-related issues, among other duties, in the two-county, seven-judge district.
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By KNIGHT-RIDDER NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON | September 8, 1996
WASHINGTON - The flood of men and women into America's jails and prisons continued last year, bringing their total to more than double the inmate count in 1985, the Justice Department has reported.Rapid prison population growth in recent years - reflecting a national wave of tough anti-drug laws - has strained state and federal budgets as corrections officials have raced to find bed space for 841,200 additional people since 1985, or more than 1,618 new beds every week.The Federal Bureau of Prisons operated 26 percent over capacity in 1995, while state prison systems reported operating between 14 percent and 25 percent above capacity, the new Justice Department study showed.
NEWS
October 27, 1994
An historic first is virtually certain to occur Nov. 8 in Baltimore County. On that date, African-Americans will likely be elected to the county's General Assembly delegation for the first time. The setting is the new black-majority 10th Legislative District, which embraces the upper end of the west county and a portion of West Baltimore.The nominees for the Senate slot, crucial for its potential high visibility, are Democrat Delores G. Kelley of Randallstown, who was elected in 1990 as a city delegate, and Republican Jerome Goodman, an engineer and a Rockdale community activist.
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By Harold Jackson and Harold Jackson,Sun Staff Writer Sun staff writer Howard Libit also contributed to this article | August 26, 1994
Continuing a role it has played since 1968, the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance announced its slate of political endorsements Wednesday at the conclusion of a 2 1/2 -hour meeting.Ten ministers, who said they represented church organizations of varying denominations and racial composition, decided which candidates to back.Most of the ministers refused to identify themselves, saying their choices were not based on personal preference but the will of the 350,000 members of the churches and other groups they represented.
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