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  • Oberweis struggles to raise funds, records show

     Oberweis struggles to raise funds, records show
    WASHINGTON -- U.S. Senate candidate Jim Oberweis raised relatively little campaign money in the last reporting period, digging into his own wallet for a $550,000 donation to bump up his total, reports show. Oberweis, in the period ending Sept. 30, had...
  • Immigration inaction shouldn't keep Latinos from voting

    Immigration inaction shouldn't keep Latinos from voting
    To the editor: It took African Americans hundreds of years to gain their freedom. Still, to this day, young blacks are gunned down for walking down the street, playing music too loud or simply for asking for assistance. Legislation does not end the...
  • Demings, Randolph, Singh sue to stop Orange charter amendment

    Demings, Randolph, Singh sue to stop Orange charter amendment
    With Election Day less than two weeks away, Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings, Tax Collector Scott Randolph and Property Appraiser Rick Singh are suing to stop a proposed charter amendment that would change how they're elected, and how many terms they...
  • Siplin, Wallace tout experience, skills in Orange County Commission race

    Siplin, Wallace tout experience, skills in Orange County Commission race
    A pair of well known candidates are squaring off to represent District 6 on the Orange County Commission. Victoria Siplin and Derrick Wallace were the top finishers in a crowded six-candidate field in the Aug. 26 primary. The winner of the Nov. 4...
  • Oct. 22 Letters: Norm Mosher

    Norm Mosher For years, the women of the 1st Congressional District have been under-served and under-represented in Congress. Since he has been in Washington, Rep Rob Wittman has consistently voted against the interests of women. He has voted "No" on...
  • Top Democrats blast Arundel candidate Peroutka

    Top Democrats blast Arundel candidate Peroutka
    Maryland Democrats brought out some of their heaviest hitters Tuesday to urge voters to reject Anne Arundel County Council Republican candidate Michael Anthony Peroutka. "We don't need to go backwards," said House of Delegates Speaker Michael E. Busch,...
  • Christie stumps for Hogan in Bethesda

    Christie stumps for Hogan in Bethesda
    Larry Hogan's drive to become governor of Maryland received an infusion of Republican star power Tuesday when New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie came to Bethesda to campaign for him. Christie, chairman of the Republican Governors Association and a possible...
  • Democrats Serra And Lesser Seek Re-election For Middletown House Seats

    Democrats Serra And Lesser Seek Re-election For Middletown House Seats
    MIDDLETOWN — City voters on Nov. 4 will see two very familiar names on the ballot, as Democrats Joe Serra and Matt Lesser seek reelection Serra is seeking a twelfth term in the 33rd House District, facing Republican Linda Szynkowicz, a board of...
  • Fan-free and factually challenged, Crist and Scott slug it out again

    Challenging each other's command of facts, empathy and ethics, Republican Gov. Rick Scott and Democratic challenger Charlie Crist gave CNN's national audience a mouthful of their Florida political fisticuffs. Their third and final debate Tuesday night...
  • Grimes turns to Bill Clinton as she battles McConnell in Kentucky

    En route to his 1992 victory, Bill Clinton held one last campaign stop in Kentucky - at the time a bellwether state in presidential contests. In an acknowledgment of how the state has turned against national Democrats, the former president came here...
  • No breakthrough as Hong Kong officials open talks with students

    Government officials in Hong Kong opened talks Tuesday with student leaders of pro-democracy protests that have paralyzed parts of the semi-autonomous Chinese city for more than three weeks, but the discussions produced no major breakthrough. The...