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November 19, 2006
Republicans edged out Democratic candidates for the third spots in two House of Delegates districts, according to a final tally Friday: District 30 Ronald A. George (R) 21,811 or 16.55% B. Samorajczyk (D) 21,758 or 16.51% District 31 Donald H. Dwyer (R) 17,557 or 16.97% Joan Cadden (D) 17,529 or 16.95%
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NEWS
November 19, 2006
Republicans edged out Democratic candidates for the third spots in two House of Delegates districts, according to a final tally Friday: District 30 Ronald A. George (R) 21,811 or 16.55% B. Samorajczyk (D) 21,758 or 16.51% District 31 Donald H. Dwyer (R) 17,557 or 16.97% Joan Cadden (D) 17,529 or 16.95%
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NEWS
July 15, 2001
The citizens of Anne Arundel County are indeed fortunate to be represented by Joan Cadden. Delegate Cadden has served the people of Anne Arundel County with diligence, dedication and perseverance. She has consistently fought for the North County schools and the Brooklyn Park community, through her service to the residents of District 31 and her prior service on the Anne Arundel County Board of Education. The fruits of her numerous endeavors include the recently opened Brooklyn Park Middle School and the Chesapeake Center for the Creative Arts in Brooklyn Park.
NEWS
By Ryan Davis and Ryan Davis,SUN STAFF | February 18, 2004
The bill sounds simple. It would allow former state workers a second chance to apply for military service credits and boost their pensions. But the bill introduced by two Anne Arundel County legislators is carefully crafted so that only one person will benefit: Robert L. Walker, the former state secretary of agriculture and the current No. 2 official in Arundel government. If the legislation passes, Walker stands to collect an additional $17,500 over his retirement, officials estimate.
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | August 7, 2001
Before a packed courtroom and with his wife biting her lip and holding back tears, the husband of state Del. Joan Cadden received a suspended sentence yesterday and was placed on probation for molesting a young female relative. The sentence allowed Raymond A. Cadden Sr., 60, of Brooklyn Park to walk out of an Anne Arundel County Circuit courtroom surrounded by his wife and family - minus the teen-ager he was convicted of abusing and her visibly upset parents. In court, Raymond Cadden apologized "to everyone for all this pain and suffering we are all going through," yet maintained his innocence of molesting the teen-ager from 1989 to 1994, when she was a child.
NEWS
November 2, 1990
CONSERVATION GROUP ENDORSES CANDIDATESThe Maryland League of Conservation Voters has released its final list of endorsements for the Nov. 6 election.For the state Senate, the state-wide environmental lobby has endorsed four incumbents in Anne Arundel County. They are Democrats Bernie Fowler in District 29, Gerald Winegrad in District 30 and Philip Jimeno in District 31. The group also endorsed Republican John Cade in District 33.For state House of Delegates, the conservation group endorsed two incumbent Democrats and two Democratic challengers.
NEWS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 14, 2000
In Anne Arundel County Dryer sparks fire in home of state Del. Joan Cadden BROOKLYN PARK - A malfunction in a gas clothes dryer ignited a fire yesterday morning at the home of Del. Joan Cadden, causing an estimated $45,000 in damage, the county Fire Department reported. Neither the District 31 Democrat nor her husband was home when the fire was reported in a 911 call. Damage to the ranch-style home in the 100 block of Cedar Hill Road was largely confined to the basement. In Baltimore County Ex-nursing aide convicted of abusing elderly patient MIDDLE RIVER - A former nursing assistant at the troubled Martin's Glen assisted living facility for the elderly in Middle River was convicted this week of abuse and assault for hitting an 87-year-old Alzheimer's patient earlier this year.
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | August 27, 2000
It was five years ago at a county Board of Education meeting that Joan Cadden's commitment to renovate the old Brooklyn Park Junior-Senior High School became a mission. Board member Thomas Florestano's suggestion to blow up the building - cherished by graduates and viewed as a cornerstone of the community- did not sit well with fellow member Cadden. "You could say that's what put the burr under my saddle," said Cadden, a Democrat who represents District 31 as a state delegate. "I was determined they weren't going to tear down that building."
NEWS
By Ryan Davis and Ryan Davis,SUN STAFF | February 18, 2004
The bill sounds simple. It would allow former state workers a second chance to apply for military service credits and boost their pensions. But the bill introduced by two Anne Arundel County legislators is carefully crafted so that only one person will benefit: Robert L. Walker, the former state secretary of agriculture and the current No. 2 official in Arundel government. If the legislation passes, Walker stands to collect an additional $17,500 over his retirement, officials estimate.
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | August 27, 2000
It was five years ago at a county Board of Education meeting that Joan Cadden's commitment to renovate the old Brooklyn Park Junior-Senior High School became a mission. Board member Thomas Florestano's suggestion to blow up the building - cherished by graduates and viewed as a cornerstone of the community - did not sit well with fellow member Cadden. "You could say that's what put the burr under my saddle," said Cadden, a Democrat who represents District 31 as a state delegate. "I was determined they weren't going to tear down that building."
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | August 7, 2001
Before a packed courtroom and with his wife biting her lip and holding back tears, the husband of state Del. Joan Cadden received a suspended sentence yesterday and was placed on probation for molesting a young female relative. The sentence allowed Raymond A. Cadden Sr., 60, of Brooklyn Park to walk out of an Anne Arundel County Circuit courtroom surrounded by his wife and family -- without the teen-ager he was convicted of abusing and her visibly upset parents. In court, Raymond Cadden apologized "to everyone for all this pain and suffering we are all going through," yet maintained his innocence of molesting the teen-ager from 1989 to 1994, when she was a child.
NEWS
July 15, 2001
The citizens of Anne Arundel County are indeed fortunate to be represented by Joan Cadden. Delegate Cadden has served the people of Anne Arundel County with diligence, dedication and perseverance. She has consistently fought for the North County schools and the Brooklyn Park community, through her service to the residents of District 31 and her prior service on the Anne Arundel County Board of Education. The fruits of her numerous endeavors include the recently opened Brooklyn Park Middle School and the Chesapeake Center for the Creative Arts in Brooklyn Park.
NEWS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 14, 2000
In Anne Arundel County Dryer sparks fire in home of state Del. Joan Cadden BROOKLYN PARK - A malfunction in a gas clothes dryer ignited a fire yesterday morning at the home of Del. Joan Cadden, causing an estimated $45,000 in damage, the county Fire Department reported. Neither the District 31 Democrat nor her husband was home when the fire was reported in a 911 call. Damage to the ranch-style home in the 100 block of Cedar Hill Road was largely confined to the basement. In Baltimore County Ex-nursing aide convicted of abusing elderly patient MIDDLE RIVER - A former nursing assistant at the troubled Martin's Glen assisted living facility for the elderly in Middle River was convicted this week of abuse and assault for hitting an 87-year-old Alzheimer's patient earlier this year.
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | August 27, 2000
It was five years ago at a county Board of Education meeting that Joan Cadden's commitment to renovate the old Brooklyn Park Junior-Senior High School became a mission. Board member Thomas Florestano's suggestion to blow up the building - cherished by graduates and viewed as a cornerstone of the community - did not sit well with fellow member Cadden. "You could say that's what put the burr under my saddle," said Cadden, a Democrat who represents District 31 as a state delegate. "I was determined they weren't going to tear down that building."
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | August 27, 2000
It was five years ago at a county Board of Education meeting that Joan Cadden's commitment to renovate the old Brooklyn Park Junior-Senior High School became a mission. Board member Thomas Florestano's suggestion to blow up the building - cherished by graduates and viewed as a cornerstone of the community- did not sit well with fellow member Cadden. "You could say that's what put the burr under my saddle," said Cadden, a Democrat who represents District 31 as a state delegate. "I was determined they weren't going to tear down that building."
NEWS
November 2, 1990
CONSERVATION GROUP ENDORSES CANDIDATESThe Maryland League of Conservation Voters has released its final list of endorsements for the Nov. 6 election.For the state Senate, the state-wide environmental lobby has endorsed four incumbents in Anne Arundel County. They are Democrats Bernie Fowler in District 29, Gerald Winegrad in District 30 and Philip Jimeno in District 31. The group also endorsed Republican John Cade in District 33.For state House of Delegates, the conservation group endorsed two incumbent Democrats and two Democratic challengers.
NEWS
May 22, 1992
District 31 Del. Joan Cadden's name was omitted from a letter that ran in the May 20 issue of The Anne Arundel County Sun.The delegate co-wrote the letter, which concerned the Marley Creek improvement project, with District 31 Dels. Charles Kolodziejski and W. Ray Huff.
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