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October 26, 1990
Former County Executive Robert Pascal has endorsed state Sen. Philip C.Jimeno, D-Brooklyn Park, in a close race for the District 31 Senate seat.Jimeno is vying with Delegate John R. Leopold, R-Pasadena, for the seat.Pascal, a Republican, served two terms as county executive, leaving office in 1982. He currently works as appointments secretary to Democratic Gov. William Donald Schaefer.In a letter to District 31 residents, Pascal said that Jimeno "has impressed me as a man of integrity and dedication.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2013
A Glen Burnie attorney known locally for his family name and for his former job portraying Chuck E. Cheese is assuming the leadership of the county's lawyers organization, with a focus on cultivating its next generation of officers and enhancing its educational and social activities. "You've never really practiced law until you've settled a case in the bowling alley," said Gregory P. Jimeno, the recently installed Anne Arundel Bar Association president and son of retired state Sen. Philip C. Jimeno.
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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff writer | October 23, 1990
To environmentalists, it's clear that Philip C. Jimeno works for the environment; John R. Leopold works for himself.That was the message delivered by a non-partisan coalition of environmental activists who gathered on the North County border yesterday across Fort Smallwood Road from Baltimore City's chemical belt.The Maryland League of Conservation Voters, the Clean Water Action Project and the Anne Arundel County Sierra Club have endorsed state Sen.Jimeno, D-Brooklyn Park in the District 31 Senate race.
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By CHRIS YAKAITIS and CHRIS YAKAITIS,Special to The Sun | January 3, 2007
When Philip C. Jimeno began his career in Maryland politics almost 30 years ago, he aimed to spread his name throughout the community. He didn't know he'd end up spreading it literally. That's what happened when he and his campaign manager pulled away from Jimeno's house on Matthews Avenue in Brooklyn Park in the spring of 1978, leaving stacks of campaign literature on the roof of the car. "We were running up the street and all of it blew on Church Street, all over the place," Jimeno said Friday, his last day in the James Senate Office Building.
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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff writer | October 30, 1990
An endorsement in the District 31 Senate race by three environmental groups came under attack yesterday from seven North County activists, who complained about the influence of Silver Sands resident Mary Rosso.The group, during a press conference at the Riviera Beach Library, objected that last week's endorsement of incumbent Democrat Philip C.Jimeno over Republican John R. Leopold was "unfair" and "biased."Much of their criticism focused on the role played by Rosso in making the endorsement.
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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff writer | November 29, 1990
One day after state Sen. Philip C. Jimeno, D-Brooklyn Park, estimated that he had spent $90,000 on his re-election, the District 31 lawmaker said he was "embarrassed" to learn that he had spent much more than that.Jimeno's campaign finance report shows that the senator spent $66,406 on a media and direct mail blitz in the last two weeks of the 1990 campaign alone. Overall, Jimeno's campaign laid out $132,346 in the 5-month-long campaign."We never had to deal with this much money before," said Jimeno, who defeated Delegate John Leopold, R-Pasadena, with 56 percent of the vote.
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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff writer | November 1, 1990
Democratic heavy hitters have put their money where their mouths are, opening their wallets to finance state Sen. Philip C. Jimeno's bid for re-election in District 31.A Brooklyn Park Democrat seeking his second Senate term, Jimeno and his supporters have repeatedly criticized his opponent, Republican John R.Leopold, for raising more than $163,000 as an unofficial county executive candidate before entering the Senate race in June.Democratic leaders have contributed $12,350 to Jimeno's campaign this fall, giving the senator $85,559 to battle Leopold, a two-term state delegate from Pasadena.
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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Sun Staff Writer | February 1, 1995
County Executive John G. Gary has scolded a North County senator for attempting to block construction of a jail on Ordnance Road in Glen Burnie.State Sen. Philip C. Jimeno, a Brooklyn Park Democrat, yesterday took exception with the Republican executive's rebuke, contained in a Jan. 30 letter to all four District 31 legislators. In the letter, Mr. Gary calls the senator an "obstructionist.""If he thinks I'm going to roll over and play dead on this issue, he's mistaken," said Senator Jimeno, chairman of the county's Senate delegation.
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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff writer | March 27, 1991
State Sen. Philip C. Jimeno first felt the need for speed while driving between his Brooklyn Park home and his native West Virginia.Crossing into Maryland's western neighbor, Jimeno's foot pressed down on the gas pedal. His car surged as he accelerated from 55 miles per hour to 65 mph, the legal speed limit there on rural interstates.Jimeno, a second-term Democrat, is trying to rally support in theSenate to adopt the 65 mph limit on Maryland's rural highways. The House of Delegates approved the measure, 96-36, two weeks ago. The county's 13-member House contingent voted, 5-3, with the majority.
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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff writer | November 8, 1990
His own political consultants told him he couldn't win.But incumbent Democrat Philip C. Jimeno swept aside his heavily favored opponent at the polls Tuesday to retain his District 31 Senate seat.Two months ago, Jimeno's own public opinion polls showed him trailing Republican John R. Leopold -- a two-term state delegate and savvy campaigner -- by 27 percentage points. His Columbia-based political consultant told him victory was impossible."That was the most depressing day of my life," said Jimeno, who popped the champagne cork and broke out the cigars early Tuesday night at his Orchard Beach campaign headquarters.
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By Bradley Olson and Bradley Olson,sun reporter | October 25, 2006
In the closely watched contest to fill the state Senate seat being vacated by Philip C. Jimeno, a conservative Republican engineer is self-funding his campaign against a former Democratic delegate. Two of the four Republicans who ran against Bryan Simonaire in September's primary election, as well as Jimeno's GOP opponent in 2002, have endorsed Democrat Walt Shandrowsky, who served in the legislature from 1979 to 1982, saying they believed Shandrowsky would be a better state senator. But Simonaire says he represents the values of District 31, which includes Glen Burnie, Brooklyn Park, Pasadena and part of Severna Park.
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By Bradley Olson and Bradley Olson,sun reporter | September 6, 2006
Republicans set sights on Jimeno's post - again In one of the most closely watched legislative races of the year, five Republicans and two Democrats in District 31 are vying to replace state Sen. Philip C. Jimeno. The five-term Democrat's announcement in April that he would not seek re-election energized the GOP, which is eager to whittle down the veto-proof majority held by Democrats in the General Assembly. And District 31 is an inviting target: Voters there supported Republican Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. by a 2-1 margin in 2002.
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May 28, 2006
Jimeno was part of a great team I am sorry I missed state Sen. Philip C. Jimeno's announcement of his retirement on May 2 at the Roland Terrace Democratic Club, but I was in the hospital. The first time Jimeno ran for election, after his appointment to that position, I was asked if I was going to run for the Senate seat. I said that no, I was not because I could not beat him; he was doing a great job. I ran for the House of Delegates along with Del. Stokes Kolodziejski. We worked well as a team.
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By PHILLIP MCGOWAN and PHILLIP MCGOWAN,SUN REPORTER | May 10, 2006
Democratic state Sen. Philip C. Jimeno's surprise decision not to seek re-election to his District 31 seat has politicians from both parties taking a fresh look at the race. Del. Donald H. Dwyer Jr., a conservative Republican from Glen Burnie, became yesterday the first candidate to step forward since Jimeno announced his retirement last month. Republicans had labeled the five-term incumbent's seat as vulnerable. Now party leaders predict the open seat might attract more GOP candidates to run in the district that represents the Marley Neck Peninsula, Pasadena, Gibson Island and Glen Burnie.
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By BRADLEY OLSON and BRADLEY OLSON,SUN REPORTER | April 29, 2006
State Sen. Philip C. Jimeno will not run for re-election this year, bringing to five the number of Senate Democrats who plan to step down and creating an opportunity for Republicans eager to eliminate their opponents' veto-proof majority. Jimeno's Anne Arundel County district, which supported Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. by a 2-1 margin in 2002, is one of at least six seats in the Senate and 14 in the House of Delegates targeted by Republicans in the November elections. The others in the Senate include two lawmakers from Anne Arundel County - James E. DeGrange Sr. and John C. Astle - as well as James Brochin of Timonium, Katherine A. Klausmeier of Perry Hall and Roy P. Dyson of Southern Maryland.
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October 28, 2004
On October 26, 2004, EVELYN (nee Brunetti), beloved wife of Roman A. Gregory, dear mother of Anthony (Tony) Gregory and Ramona and her husband Philip Jimeno, sister of Alfred Brunetti and Virginia Miller, grandfather of Gregory and his wife Melissa and Monica Jimeno and Solaris Gregory. Also survived by nieces and nephews. Friends may call the Gonce Funeral Service, P.A., 4001 Ritchie hwy, on Wednesday from 7 to 9 P.M. and Thursday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Rose of Lima Church on Friday at 10 A.M. Interment in Glen Haven Memorial Park.
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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff writer | October 26, 1990
Philip C. Jimeno once carried the maverick banner.But, in this fall's race for the District 31 Senate seat, the incumbent Democrat has been cast as part of the old guard while his Republican opponent, Delegate John Leopold, has been tagged the maverick.Jimeno, who was appointed to the Senate in 1985, said he's still running on the same platform -- family values and community involvement -- that carried him and Walter Shandrowsky into the House of Delegates 12 years ago."There is no issue in our (Senate)
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By BRADLEY OLSON and BRADLEY OLSON,SUN REPORTER | April 29, 2006
State Sen. Philip C. Jimeno will not run for re-election this year, bringing to five the number of Senate Democrats who plan to step down and creating an opportunity for Republicans eager to eliminate their opponents' veto-proof majority. Jimeno's Anne Arundel County district, which supported Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. by a 2-1 margin in 2002, is one of at least six seats in the Senate and 14 in the House of Delegates targeted by Republicans in the November elections. The others in the Senate include two lawmakers from Anne Arundel County - James E. DeGrange Sr. and John C. Astle - as well as James Brochin of Timonium, Katherine A. Klausmeier of Perry Hall and Roy P. Dyson of Southern Maryland.
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By Laura Loh and Laura Loh,SUN STAFF | October 31, 2002
It's his sixth time running for re-election, and state Sen. Philip C. Jimeno is out to show voters that he hasn't lost his passion for the job. The Democrat will be opposed Tuesday by political newcomer David K. Kyle as he attempts to keep his seat in District 31, in northern Anne Arundel County. Kyle, 37, is a political novice - a warehouseman who wrote to the Republican Party in June expressing interest in running in "any race" - but Jimeno said he is running this campaign as he would any other.
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By Lynn Anderson and Lynn Anderson,SUN STAFF | July 12, 2002
With Maryland's legislative districts map finally set by the state Court of Appeals, dozens of political incumbents and first-time candidates have filed in hopes of winning a seat in the General Assembly. Among the candidates are former Annapolis Alderman Herbert H. McMillan, who lost his bid to be that city's mayor last year, as well as former school board candidates Jim Snider of Severna Park and Terry R. Gilleland Jr. of Linthicum. McMillan, a Republican who was defeated at the polls by Democrat Ellen O. Moyer last fall, has filed to run in the District 30 House of Delegates race, which is represented by Democratic Dels.
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