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By Annie Linskey, The Baltimore Sun | November 12, 2011
Maryland's Republican Party is once again in the red and plans to move its party headquarters to cut costs, according to financial reports discussed Saturday at the party's annual convention. The party owes $122,000, most of it to two vendors, and has $48,000 in its bank accounts, GOP Treasurer R. Christopher Rosenthal told delegates meeting at the Sheraton Annapolis Hotel. The party also has access to a $33,000 line of credit, which he says adds flexibility. "I'd like to see it better than that," Rosenthal said.
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By Annie Linskey, The Baltimore Sun | November 12, 2011
Maryland's Republican Party is once again in the red and plans to move its party headquarters to cut costs, according to financial reports discussed Saturday at the party's annual convention. The party owes $122,000, most of it to two vendors, and has $48,000 in its bank accounts, GOP Treasurer R. Christopher Rosenthal told delegates meeting at the Sheraton Annapolis Hotel. The party also has access to a $33,000 line of credit, which he says adds flexibility. "I'd like to see it better than that," Rosenthal said.
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By Frank Langfitt and Frank Langfitt,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | March 20, 2000
TAIPEI, Taiwan -- One day after its humiliating defeat at the polls, Taiwan's ruling Nationalist Party fell into disarray with President Lee Teng-hui resigning its leadership as thousands of angry members attacked party headquarters with rocks and eggs. Shouting "Step down, Lee Teng-hui! Resign!" and waving red-white-and-blue national flags, demonstrators faced off against police armed with shields, clubs and water cannons in the center of the capital. "I'm still angry," yelled an elderly woman as she glared at riot police defending the gray stone building that houses the Nationalist Party headquarters and waved her party identification card furiously.
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By Paul West, The Baltimore Sun | November 11, 2010
As Michael S. Steele decides whether to seek another term as Republican national chairman, a faction within the party hierarchy is working aggressively behind the scenes to oppose a bid. Party leaders have remained divided over Steele's administration since his 2009 election, and members of the party's national committee say that his expected effort to win re-election would mean a bruising intra-party fight. "I think there will be numerous candidates," said Katon Dawson, a former South Carolina Republican chairman who lost to Steele and might run again.
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By David Nitkin and Larry Carson and David Nitkin and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | May 11, 2004
MARYLAND lawmakers get a chance to participate this week in the hoopla surrounding the 129th running of the Preakness Stakes, the second jewel of horse racing's Triple Crown scheduled for Saturday. All 188 legislators have received invitations for a Friday night party held by the Maryland Jockey Club. This year's version of the annual event will be held at the B&O warehouse at Camden Yards as the game between the Orioles and the Anaheim Angels gets under way. The Jockey Club has been in the midst of the intense debate in Annapolis over whether slot machine gambling should be legalized, and, if so, where the machines should be located.
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By ROBERT L. TURNER | May 26, 1992
Boston. -- Thomas Jefferson founded the Democratic Party on May 23, 1792, according to party lore, but you didn't see much celebration of the bicentennial Saturday, for two reasons.One is that the date is a bit arbitrary. Jefferson wrote President George Washington a long letter on that date attacking the ''Monarchical Federalist'' faction, Alexander Hamilton apparently among them, and describing opposition groups already in Congress, though none called themselves ''Democrats'' for some years.
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By Paul West and Paul West,Washington Bureau Chief | March 13, 1993
WASHINGTON -- To his dismay, Democratic National Chairman David Wilhelm recently found out that his office had no list of Democratic county chairmen around the country."
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By Paul West, The Baltimore Sun | November 11, 2010
As Michael S. Steele decides whether to seek another term as Republican national chairman, a faction within the party hierarchy is working aggressively behind the scenes to oppose a bid. Party leaders have remained divided over Steele's administration since his 2009 election, and members of the party's national committee say that his expected effort to win re-election would mean a bruising intra-party fight. "I think there will be numerous candidates," said Katon Dawson, a former South Carolina Republican chairman who lost to Steele and might run again.
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By Jonathan Weisman and Jonathan Weisman,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | April 21, 1999
WASHINGTON -- NATO warplanes pummeled targets throughout Yugoslavia yesterday and hit President Slobodan Milosevic's party headquarters last night, as Western leaders moved to isolate Milosevic and signal to other Serbian leaders that their nation's only hope for peace and recovery might be his removal from power.British Prime Minister Tony Blair fired the first verbal salvo at Milosevic, declaring that NATO would "carry on until he does step down."Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright quickly stepped in to say that Blair had intended to say "back down."
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By John Woestendiek and By John Woestendiek,SUN STAFF | February 10, 2002
It was in ancient Egyptian times -- this being a complete history, we must begin there -- that man first took inky reed to papyrus and, not long thereafter, made his first disposable mistake: a hieroglyphic boo-boo of such embarrassing proportions he felt the need to rip it up in pieces so small nobody could see. While man had always had an irresistible urge to express himself, he had mostly done so, up until the invention of papyrus in 4000 B.C., on...
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By David Nitkin and Larry Carson and David Nitkin and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | May 11, 2004
MARYLAND lawmakers get a chance to participate this week in the hoopla surrounding the 129th running of the Preakness Stakes, the second jewel of horse racing's Triple Crown scheduled for Saturday. All 188 legislators have received invitations for a Friday night party held by the Maryland Jockey Club. This year's version of the annual event will be held at the B&O warehouse at Camden Yards as the game between the Orioles and the Anaheim Angels gets under way. The Jockey Club has been in the midst of the intense debate in Annapolis over whether slot machine gambling should be legalized, and, if so, where the machines should be located.
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By Frank Langfitt and Frank Langfitt,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | March 20, 2000
TAIPEI, Taiwan -- One day after its humiliating defeat at the polls, Taiwan's ruling Nationalist Party fell into disarray with President Lee Teng-hui resigning its leadership as thousands of angry members attacked party headquarters with rocks and eggs. Shouting "Step down, Lee Teng-hui! Resign!" and waving red-white-and-blue national flags, demonstrators faced off against police armed with shields, clubs and water cannons in the center of the capital. "I'm still angry," yelled an elderly woman as she glared at riot police defending the gray stone building that houses the Nationalist Party headquarters and waved her party identification card furiously.
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By Jonathan Weisman and Jonathan Weisman,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | April 21, 1999
WASHINGTON -- NATO warplanes pummeled targets throughout Yugoslavia yesterday and hit President Slobodan Milosevic's party headquarters last night, as Western leaders moved to isolate Milosevic and signal to other Serbian leaders that their nation's only hope for peace and recovery might be his removal from power.British Prime Minister Tony Blair fired the first verbal salvo at Milosevic, declaring that NATO would "carry on until he does step down."Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright quickly stepped in to say that Blair had intended to say "back down."
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By Paul West and Paul West,Washington Bureau Chief | March 13, 1993
WASHINGTON -- To his dismay, Democratic National Chairman David Wilhelm recently found out that his office had no list of Democratic county chairmen around the country."
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By ROBERT L. TURNER | May 26, 1992
Boston. -- Thomas Jefferson founded the Democratic Party on May 23, 1792, according to party lore, but you didn't see much celebration of the bicentennial Saturday, for two reasons.One is that the date is a bit arbitrary. Jefferson wrote President George Washington a long letter on that date attacking the ''Monarchical Federalist'' faction, Alexander Hamilton apparently among them, and describing opposition groups already in Congress, though none called themselves ''Democrats'' for some years.
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September 9, 1994
Commissioner, board candidates to go on TVCarroll Community Television Channel 19 will air two programs dealing with candidates for local office from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday.Candidates were invited to appear on television and introduce themselves to the voters.The first group to speak will be candidates for the Carroll County School Board; the second will be candidates for Carroll County Commissioner.& Information: 848-8988.Election rally to be held at party headquartersAn election eve rally will be held at 7 p.m. Monday in front of the Democratic Headquarters at 37 E. Main St., Westminster.
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November 25, 1990
ECKER TO ADDRESS SENIOR ADVOCATESThe Senior Advocates of Howard County will feature County Executive-elect Charles I. Ecker as the speaker at its meeting at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Florence Bain Senior Center in Columbia.The meeting will address the concerns and needs of the county's elderly population.Information: 730-9548.DEMOCRATIC GROUP TO MEET MONDAYThe first post-election meeting of the Howard County Democratic Central Committee will be at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the party headquarters in Chatham Mall, Ellicott City.
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