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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | November 4, 1998
Carroll voters elected a new sheriff and gave the incumbent state's attorney a vote of confidence yesterday.Kenneth L. Tregoning carried more than 80 percent of the vote, easily overcoming a weak challenge from Democrat Mervin L. Spiwak."
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | February 25, 2014
Candidates remain unopposed in three Harford County races after the Tuesday 9 p.m. deadline to file as a candidate for 2014 came and went. Two incumbent county officeholders, Harford County Council District B Councilman Joe Woods and Register of Wills Derek Hopkins, both Republicans, do not have an opponent from either party. Circuit Court Judge Yolanda Curtin, who was appointed to the bench in the fall and is standing for election to a full term, also did not have an opponent as of the deadline Tuesday.
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September 11, 2002
Anne Arundel County 187 of 187 precincts reporting County Executive Democrat Janet S. Owens* ..................Unopposed Republican Phillip D. Bissett ...........................18,056 ........ 64 Tom Angelis .................................... 10,237 ....... 36 1st Council District Democrat Pamela G. Beidle* ..............................Unopposed Republican Bob Gouge ..........................................Unopposed 2nd Council District Democrat Paul T. Falkler ......
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October 28, 2010
Does the Baltimore Sun's editorial board read its own newspaper? You indicated in "Baltimore County endorsements" (Oct. 28) that Ken Oliver is unopposed. Yet last week there was an article in The Sun about the write in campaign of Julian Jones against Ken Oliver ( "Jones hoping for success as write-in," Oct. 17). Mr. Jones lost to Mr. Oliver by fewer than 100 votes in the primary, and the third place finisher who had more than 25 percent of the vote is now supporting Mr. Jones.
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September 14, 1994
A chart in yesterday's Howard County section of The Sun incorrectly reported the votes for Republican sheriff candidates Theodore Morse and Richmond C. Laney. Mr. Laney received 5,416, or 58 percent of the votes. Mr. Morse received 3,861, or 42 percent of the total.The Sun regrets the errors.82 of 82 precincts - 100%* - denotes incumbentCounty ExecutiveDEMOCRAT;Votes ;%Susan Gray;10,084;53%Sue-Ellen Hantman;9,037;47%REPUBLICANCharles I. Ecker * unopposedState's AttorneyDEMOCRAT; Votes ;%Dario J. Broccolino; 10,374; 56%Michael A. Weal; 8,125; 44%REPUBLICAN; Votes ; %Joseph Fleischmann II; 3,954; 36%Marna McLendon; 7,103; 64%SheriffDEMOCRATMichael A. Chiuchiolo * unopposedREPUBLICAN; Votes; %Theodore Morse; 5,416; 58%Richmond C. Laney; 3,861; 42%Circuit Court ClerkDEMOCRATLeslie J. Cale; unopposedREPUBLICANMargaret D. Rappaport * unopposedOrphans' CourtDEMOCRAT; Votes; %Rosemary M. Ford *; 13,272; 35%Francis J. Chase; 12,435; 33%George E. Skerry; 12,107; 32%REPUBLICAN; Votes; %Charles M. Coles Jr. *; 8,247; 34%Nicole Dyer Dumais; 8,240; 34%Joyce Pope; 8,083; 33%Register of WillsDEMOCRATKay Hartleb * unopposedREPUBLICANCatherine A. Walters unopposedCounty CouncilDistrict 1DEMOCRATGeorge L. Layman unopposedREPUBLICANDarrel E. Drown * unopposedDistrict 2DEMOCRAT; Votes; %C. Vernon Gray *; 2,962; 66%Kathryn Mann; 1,535; 34%REPUBLICAN; Votes; %Evelyn L. Tanner; 910; 52%Gary Prestianni; 834; 48%District 3DEMOCRATCharles A. Acquard unopposedREPUBLICANDennis R. Schrader unopposedDistrict...
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September 11, 2002
Howard County 93 of 93 precincts reporting , County Executive Democrat James N. Robey * ........................... Unopposed Republican Steven H. Adler ................................... 8,228 .............. 63 Clark J. Schoeffield ............................. 4,777 .............. 37 Board Of Education (2 winners; nonpartisan) Courtney Watson .............................. 20,500 ............... 62 Barry Tevelow ..................................... 6,796 ............... 21 Arthur Neal Willoughby .....
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September 11, 2002
Baltimore County 208 of 208 precincts reporting County Executive Democrat James "Jim" T. Smith Jr. ................... 56,347 ............ 75 Joseph Walters Jr. ............................ 18,760 ............ 25 Republican Douglas B. Riley .......................................... Unopposed 1st Council District Democrat Stephen G. Samuel Moxley * ........................ Unopposed Republican Berchie L. Manley ......................................... Unopposed 2nd Council District Democrat Kevin Kamenetz * .....
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September 14, 1994
155 of 155 precincts - 100%* - denotes incumbentCounty ExecutiveDEMOCRAT Votes %Theodore Sophocleus; 20,913; 49%Robert Agee; 12,465; 29%H. Erle Schafer; 4,659; 11%Larry E. Walker; 3,120; 7%Louise Beauregard; 1,678; 4%REPUBLICANJohn Gary unopposedState's AttorneyDEMOCRATFrank R. Weathersbee * unopposedREPUBLICANJohn R. Greiber Jr. unopposedSheriffDEMOCRATGeorge F. Johnson, 4th unopposedREPUBLICAN; Votes; %John E. Moran IV; 10,764; 48%Robert G. Pepersack, Sr....
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By Dan Berger | March 26, 2001
Parris becomes university chancellor. Kathleen ascends to governor, then runs unopposed for a full term. There's your campaign finance reform. The only thing worse than asking lawyers to rate their colleagues' fitness for the bench is not asking them. Puncturing the long-held theory that the mother of us all lived in Ethiopia, Kenyan scientists have demonstrated that she was Kenyan. Be patriotic. Play Lotto.
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By Larry Carson, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | August 14, 2010
As reality television, the Howard County League of Women Voters' candidate forums aren't exactly competition for "The Real Housewives of D.C.," but there will still be 19 reruns this month of the various General Assembly and congressional candidates' discussions last week on the two Howard County government channels, Verizon's 44 and Comcast's 99. Tuesday night, those running for county executive and council get their turn before the cameras at...
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By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun | August 7, 2010
fleming Four first-time candidates are seeking the Democratic nomination for Baltimore County Council in the southwestern District 1, an older suburb of many quaint main streets that also faces the challenge of drawing new businesses to areas that are showing their age. Hoping to succeed 16-year council member Samuel Moxley, who declined to seek re-election, are Brian Bailey, a health policy manager for a national medical association, caterer...
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By Larry Carson, The Baltimore Sun | July 11, 2010
Howard County State's Attorney Dario Broccolino is relieved to find himself the only incumbent in the county without an opponent in this year's elections, and it's not just because he has no money for a campaign. Although a Democrat, the low-profile Broccolino sees his job as nonpartisan law enforcement and preaches that straight-ahead approach to his staff lawyers when they prosecute cases. Getting a full four-year term in office without having to campaign for it helps that stance, he said, and he's "very pleased."
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By Julie Bykowicz, The Baltimore Sun | July 6, 2010
Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler, a Democrat, was all but assured of re-election Tuesday when no challenger from either party emerged to run against him by an evening filing deadline. More than one-fifth of the 47-member state Senate found itself in the same position in a year in which anti-incumbent sentiment appears to be a prevailing mood nationally among voters. When elections offices closed, the field of candidates for fall races was largely established. Some of the most prominent contenders, including Democratic Gov. Martin O'Malley and Republican former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., filed days earlier, but others, including some incumbents, waited until the final hours.
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By David P. Greisman and David P. Greisman,Special to the Sun | September 10, 2006
With Carroll County voters selecting candidates for state and county offices during Tuesday's primary election, two county incumbents - Sheriff Kenneth L. Tregoning and State's Attorney Jerry F. Barnes - are running unopposed in both the primary and general elections. Each incumbent has served multiple terms in office. In 1994, Barnes defeated 20-year State's Attorney Thomas E. Hickman in a closely contested Republican primary and then won the general election by a landslide over Democratic candidate Linda A. Holmes and a write-in campaign from Hickman.
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