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By BLOOMBERG NEWS | January 1, 1998
NEW YORK -- A federal judge yesterday upheld the disqualification of Teamsters union President Ron Carey from seeking re-election.U.S. District Judge David Edelstein affirmed a decision by a court-appointed monitor to bar Carey from running again. He also refused to order a formal hearing that Carey requested to attempt to refute charges of illegal fund-raising."There is ample support for the election officer's determination," Edelstein wrote in his 29-page decision, released at U.S. District Court.
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By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | August 13, 2013
Del. Patrick N. Hogan, a Frederick County Republican, announced Tuesday that he will not seek a third term in the House of Delegates in next year's election. Hogan, 34, was only 23 when he first won a House seat in 2002, representing the city of Frederick and parts of the county. He lost his bid for re-election in 2006 but won back a seat in 2010. In his announcement, Hogan said he "never intended to make a career out of elected service. " Hogan said that by forgoing a re-election campaign he can focus on doing his job as a legislator for the remaining year of his term.
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January 15, 2002
An article and a caption under a photograph of Republican Del. Nancy R. Stocksdale on Page 3B Sunday about Carroll's proposed redistricting might have given the impression that Stocksdale has not made up her mind about seeking re-election. She will seek re-election to the Maryland House of Delegates.
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June 18, 2013
State Sen. Nancy Jacobs, a Republican representing District 34 that includes parts of Harford and Cecil counties along the Route 40 corridor, announced Tuesday that she will not be seeking re-election next year. "After nearly a year of thoughtful consideration, prayer and discussion with my family, I am announcing that I will not seek re-election to my State Senate seat in 2014," Jacobs said in a written statement Tuesday morning. "This has been very personal and extremely difficult decision to make because I love representing the people of Cecil and Harford County.
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By From Staff Reports | August 28, 1994
Security officers at the Maryland State Fair chased away volunteers for at least four campaigns who had set up tables and were handing out literature yesterday.Fair policy prohibits distribution of fliers of any kind except in rented space in the exhibition hall.Spokeswoman Joan Neels said five candidates -- Republican gubernatorial hopefuls Ellen R. Sauerbrey and Helen Delich Bentley, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Melvin A. Steinberg, Democratic congressional candidate Gerry L. Brewster and Roger B. Hayden, the Baltimore County executive seeking re-election -- had rented space.
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October 7, 2007
Voters in Bel Air will go to the polls Nov. 6 to pick representatives to the Board of Town Commissioners. The filing deadline was 7 p.m. Friday, with three of the five seats contested. Here are the names of the candidates who have filed: Terence O. Hanley (incumbent) Robert J. Reier (incumbent, appointed when Commissioner James V. McMahan was elected to the County Council) Edward Hopkins John W. Janowich Richard R. Davis Patrick T. Richards James Decker Incumbent Joan Morrisey Ward is not seeking re-election
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April 9, 1999
Hampstead Mayor Chris Nevin, a Republican, formally filed to run for re-election yesterday, accepting the challenge of Councilman Wayne H. Thomas, who entered the mayoral race last month.Nevin has said he would run "as a ticket" with Councilmen Lawrence H. Hentz and Stephen A. Holland, who also are seeking re-election May 11. He noted that chief projects -- finding public water sources, moving forward on a long-planned bypass, a new police station, and the revitalization of Main Street -- are well under way, but not completed.
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By Tyrone Richardson and Tyrone Richardson,sun reporter | March 21, 2007
Initially uncertain about whether they would seek another term, Tom O'Connor, chairman of the Columbia Association board of directors, and Miles Coffman, board member representing Hickory Ridge, announced yesterday they are seeking re-election to the 10-member policymaking panel of the homeowners association, which provides recreational amenities and manages open space for the about 100,000 residents. Elections are scheduled for April 21. "There are jobs not quite done," Coffman said.
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By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,SUN REPORTER | November 8, 2006
Democratic Sen. James Brochin, seeking re-election in a pivotal state legislative race, held a commanding lead last night in his contest with Republican challenger Douglas B. Riley. Brochin's solid showing in the 42nd District was typical of incumbents from Baltimore County seeking re-election to the General Assembly. Virtually all office holders held leads. The exceptions were the races for the three House of Delegates seats in the 8th District, which includes Perry Hall and Parkville, and in the House race in the 42nd District that includes Towson, where Republicans were fighting to retain their seats.
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By Alan J. Craver | May 5, 1991
Voters in Aberdeen and Havre de Grace will pick new municipal leaders in elections Tuesday.In both communities, candidates have said that the main issue facing the municipalities is finding ways to continue providing quality government services in lean economic times.In Havre de Grace, citizens will vote for a mayor and three members of the City Council. In Aberdeen, voters will pick two members forthe town Board of Commissioners.All the available offices in both communities carry two-year terms.
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By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | December 11, 2012
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot, considered one of the leading prospective Democratic candidates for governor in 2014, said Tuesday that he will instead seek a third term in his current post. In an interview, Franchot, 65, said he made his decision after considering internal polls that showed him a much stronger candidate for re-election than for governor. He said he's happy with what he's doing now — running Maryland's tax system and serving as the state's fiscal watchdog.
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By Luke Broadwater | July 13, 2011
On weekday mornings, I'll post the most controversial, shocking and (of course) ridiculous stories for your reading pleasure. That way, when you walk into work, you'll be the master of witty conversation. Articles • One less independent thinker in Washington:  Ron Paul won't seek re-election to Congress. ( The Facts )  • Classy, as always:  Bill Maher hopes Bachmann and Palin split the MILF vote. ( Huffington Post )  • Probably a good idea: Casey Anthony might live in disguise upon release from prison ( Chicago Sun-Times )
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | April 13, 2010
A Stanley Black & Decker director whose real estate partnership with a company executive brought a rebuke from the New York Stock Exchange last month will not seek re-election, the toolmaker said Tuesday. M. Anthony Burns, whose term ends May 20, told the company that he won't have the time to continue because he accepted a position on another corporate board. Before Black & Decker finished merging with Connecticut-based Stanley Works, the Towson company disclosed that Burns and Black & Decker Chief Executive Nolan D. Archibald were co-owners of a luxury golf community in Utah.
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By By Mary Gail Hare | The Baltimore Sun | March 24, 2010
Stephen G. Samuel Moxley on Tuesday became the fourth Baltimore County councilman to say he will not seek re-election in the fall, leaving a majority of seats on the seven-member panel up for grabs. The unusual number of open seats is expected to encourage a stampede of candidates. "Everybody and his mother will run," said Donald F. Norris, chairman of the department of public policy at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. "And that includes those who ought not to run."
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By John-John Williams IV and John-John Williams IV,john-john.williams@baltsun.com | January 17, 2010
With candidates already filing to run for the seven-member Howard County Board of Education, several current members whose terms are ending are contemplating their future on the panel. The seats of four board members, Sandra French, Pat Gordon, Frank Aquino and Larry Cohen, are on the ballot this year. French, who is entering her 16th year on the board, plans to seek re-election. "I definitely enjoy the job," said French, who has completed two six-year terms and is finishing up a four-year term.
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By John-John Williams IV and John-John Williams IV,john-john.williams@baltsun.com | May 3, 2009
Nicholas D'Adamo Jr. thought it would be fitting to announce the end of his political career where he began - by the two storefronts that used to house Shocket, his father's store in Highlandtown. D'Adamo said he would not seek re-election when his term expires in 2011. The seven-term City Council member made the announcement Saturday during a ceremony that named the 3900 block of Eastern Ave. in his father's honor and designated May 2 Nicholas C. D'Adamo Sr. Day in the city. "You know inside when it's time to move on," said D'Adamo, 51. "I wanted to make the decision when my mom and dad are here with me. "When you do something for seven terms, it's a lot of emotions," D'Adamo said.
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By JACK GERMOND & JULES WITCOVER | May 10, 1996
WASHINGTON -- So House Speaker Newt Gingrich says he is shocked, shocked, that President Clinton is playing politics in a presidential election year -- by calling for a moratorium on politics until later this year.Mr. Clinton's urging that politics be put aside for now on various legislative proposals, the speaker says, is ''such phony posturing'' that voters ''get sick of all of us,'' and is an ''astonishingly shallow gimmick unworthy of the president of the United States.''The notion that Mr. Gingrich, one of the most conspicuously politics-driven speakers in memory, would be astonished that an incumbent president seeking re-election would play politics in an election year is itself astonishing, if not laughable.
NEWS
By Martin C. Evans | September 8, 1991
For years, the ability to appeal to residents in vastly different communities has been a requirement for candidates wooing voters in the 2nd District.There are the stately stone homes of Guilford; the wide row houses of integrated, middle-class Charles Village; the elegant town houses of Bolton Hill, and the down-at-the-heels streets of majority-white Remington or majority-black Barclay-Greenmount. In Mount Vernon, gay nightclubs do a thriving business; off North Avenue, a Korean business community is developing around an indoor shopping mall.
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