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March 9, 2000
Latest total of delegates won this year: Democrats Bill Bradley 412 Al Gore 1,424 Uncommitted 0 Needed to nominate 2,170 Republicans George W. Bush 617 John McCain 231 Alan Keyes 12 Uncommitted 12 Needed to nominate 1,034 Democratic primaries CALIFORNIA 22,669 of 22,669 precincts reporting - 100% Bill Bradley 437,897 18% 63 Al Gore 1,965,516 81% 304 Lyndon LaRouche 14,642 1% 0 CONNECTICUT 737 of 737 precincts reporting - 100% Bill...
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By Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun | November 11, 2010
Most airport passengers walked by without stopping as they headed to the security checkpoints and their gates Thursday, some shaking their heads in amusement, at least one giving a thumbs-up sign of approval. The Lyndon LaRouche table was back. Staffed by adherents of the conspiracy-theorizing, apocalypse-predicting LaRouche, the table in Concourse B was decorated with posters calling President Barack Obama "insane," holding him responsible for the current "depression," depicting him with a Hitler mustache and calling for his impeachment.
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | May 28, 1992
The two of them, standing by the bus stop on North Avenue near Charles, are sharing a package of gooey cupcakes guaranteed to produce cholesterol levels which could stop the heart of a rhino."
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March 9, 2000
Latest total of delegates won this year: Democrats Bill Bradley 412 Al Gore 1,424 Uncommitted 0 Needed to nominate 2,170 Republicans George W. Bush 617 John McCain 231 Alan Keyes 12 Uncommitted 12 Needed to nominate 1,034 Democratic primaries CALIFORNIA 22,669 of 22,669 precincts reporting - 100% Bill Bradley 437,897 18% 63 Al Gore 1,965,516 81% 304 Lyndon LaRouche 14,642 1% 0 CONNECTICUT 737 of 737 precincts reporting - 100% Bill...
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By Marcia Myers and Marcia Myers,Sun Staff Writer | March 15, 1994
Helen Overington says she thought she had signed up for nothing more than a magazine subscription when telephone solicitors from a Lyndon LaRouche organization contacted her in 1989.But what started with a simple $2.50 pledge spiraled into a scheme that cost Mrs. Overington $790,000, according to a lawsuit the 87-year-old woman has filed against the group.After gaining her trust, the group used sophisticated fund-raising tactics, isolating her from family and friends while draining her of cash and stocks, according to the suit filed in federal court in Baltimore.
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By Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun | November 11, 2010
Most airport passengers walked by without stopping as they headed to the security checkpoints and their gates Thursday, some shaking their heads in amusement, at least one giving a thumbs-up sign of approval. The Lyndon LaRouche table was back. Staffed by adherents of the conspiracy-theorizing, apocalypse-predicting LaRouche, the table in Concourse B was decorated with posters calling President Barack Obama "insane," holding him responsible for the current "depression," depicting him with a Hitler mustache and calling for his impeachment.
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By Robert A. Erlandson and Robert A. Erlandson,Sun Staff Writer | July 7, 1994
New legislative seats and overlapping districts have produced a bumper crop of candidates for local and state offices on the Sept. 13 primary ballot in Baltimore County.The county election board yesterday recorded 366 candidates for open offices ranging from U.S. senator to party central committee member."Unless a large number withdraw, it will be a tight squeeze on the primary ballot," said Election Administrator Doris Suter.Several state legislators are leaving the General Assembly to seek congressional or County Council seats; two councilmen are seeking higher office; and a variety of former officeholders are trying for comebacks -- all of which promises a lively election -- with many opportunities for newcomers.
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By Robert A. Erlandson and Robert A. Erlandson,Sun Staff Writer | July 7, 1994
Joseph Bartenfelder, who is running for the Democratic nomination for the 6th District Baltimore County Council seat, was omitted inadvertently from the candidate list yesterday in The Sun and some editions of The Evening Sun.The Sun regrets the error.New legislative seats and overlapping districts have produced a bumper crop of candidates for local and state offices on the Sept. 13 primary ballot in Baltimore County.The county election board yesterday recorded 366 candidates for open offices ranging from U.S. senator to party central committee member.
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,Sun Staff Writer | August 18, 1994
Incumbent Republican Roger B. Hayden has raised more campaign money -- $658,842 -- than any other Baltimore County executive candidate but he has only $160,910 left, less than two major Democratic rivals.Campaign financing reports filed this week also show that County Councilman Melvin G. Mintz of Pikesville technically has raised more than any other Democrat -- $414,000 overall -- but got $160,000 of that from himself and close family members as loans.He reported having $254,094 on hand, more than any other executive candidate.
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By David Herzog and David Herzog,Staff writer | September 16, 1990
A retired Social Security Administration manager from Baltimore County beat a backer of former presidential candidate Lyndon LaRouche in the 2nd Congressional District Democratic primary Tuesday.Ronald P. Bowers of Lutherville will face incumbent Republican Helen D.Bentley in the Nov. 6 general election. Bentley ran unopposed in the primary.Bowers beat Cornelius U. Morgan 21,603 to 13,333 votes in the district, which covers western Harford and most of Baltimore County. Bowers had 62 percent of the vote and Morgan had 38 percent.
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By Robert A. Erlandson and Robert A. Erlandson,Sun Staff Writer | July 7, 1994
New legislative seats and overlapping districts have produced a bumper crop of candidates for local and state offices on the Sept. 13 primary ballot in Baltimore County.The county election board yesterday recorded 366 candidates for open offices ranging from U.S. senator to party central committee member."Unless a large number withdraw, it will be a tight squeeze on the primary ballot," said Election Administrator Doris Suter.Several state legislators are leaving the General Assembly to seek congressional or County Council seats; two councilmen are seeking higher office; and a variety of former officeholders are trying for comebacks -- all of which promises a lively election -- with many opportunities for newcomers.
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By Robert A. Erlandson and Robert A. Erlandson,Sun Staff Writer | July 7, 1994
Joseph Bartenfelder, who is running for the Democratic nomination for the 6th District Baltimore County Council seat, was omitted inadvertently from the candidate list yesterday in The Sun and some editions of The Evening Sun.The Sun regrets the error.New legislative seats and overlapping districts have produced a bumper crop of candidates for local and state offices on the Sept. 13 primary ballot in Baltimore County.The county election board yesterday recorded 366 candidates for open offices ranging from U.S. senator to party central committee member.
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By Marcia Myers and Marcia Myers,Sun Staff Writer | March 15, 1994
Helen Overington says she thought she had signed up for nothing more than a magazine subscription when telephone solicitors from a Lyndon LaRouche organization contacted her in 1989.But what started with a simple $2.50 pledge spiraled into a scheme that cost Mrs. Overington $790,000, according to a lawsuit the 87-year-old woman has filed against the group.After gaining her trust, the group used sophisticated fund-raising tactics, isolating her from family and friends while draining her of cash and stocks, according to the suit filed in federal court in Baltimore.
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | May 28, 1992
The two of them, standing by the bus stop on North Avenue near Charles, are sharing a package of gooey cupcakes guaranteed to produce cholesterol levels which could stop the heart of a rhino."
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April 9, 1991
Joseph A. Scalia II, a University of Baltimore law student, said yesterday that the state medical examiner's office on Penn Street will serve as a backdrop when he announces his candidacy today as a Republican contender for mayor of Baltimore.Mr. Scalia said the medical examiner's office, which houses the morgue, is an appropriate place to kick off his candidacy because he intends to make an issue of the soaring number of homicides in the city. As of yesterday, there had been 80 homicides in Baltimore during 1991, police spokeswoman Arlene Arlene K. Jenkins said, four more than during the same period in 1990.
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By Pat Gilbert and Pat Gilbert,Sun Staff Writer | August 28, 1994
County Councilman Melvin G. Mintz picked up another yea vote in his endorsement battle with Councilman Charles A. Dutch Ruppersberger III in the Baltimore County executive race.Mr. Mintz, Mr. Ruppersberger and John C. Coolahan, former state senator and District Court judge, are the main candidates for the Democratic nomination for executive in the Sept. 13 primary. Kevin Pearl, a supporter of political extremist Lyndon LaRouche, also is running.Mr. Mintz received the backing this week of Teamsters Joint Council 62, which represents 20,000 members, 6,000 of whom are in Baltimore County.
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