Ballot Set for Berlin Town Election Oct. 4th

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The ballot is set for the Berlin Town Election Tuesday, October 4th. The Board of Supervisors of Elections has certified the candidates. Steve Green is running in District 1. The candidates in District 4 are incumbent Dean Burrell Senior and Anthony Weeg. The at-large candidates are Adrian Bowen and incumbent Jay Knerr. Voters may also write…

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Early Voting Begins for Del. Primary

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Early voting gets underway today (Wed. Aug. 31st) for the Delaware Primary September 13th. Registered Republicans and Democrats may cast ballots  at any early voting center in their county of residence for ten days between today and Sunday, September 11th. Five early voting centers in Sussex County and three in Kent County will be available…

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Gov. Larry Hogan Visits Eastern Shore, Ocean City

Governor Hogan was joined by Department of Agriculture Secretary Joe Bartenfelder for a visit to Bartenfelder Farms in Preston. A family farming operation since the early 1900’s, Bartenfelder Farms has always been in the produce business, and they also grow wheat, beans and corn.
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“It’s starting to sink in a little bit.” Maryland Governor Larry Hogan appeared with WGMD’s Mike Bradley on The Talk of Delmarva as he began a visit to the Eastern Shore and Ocean City, with the final few months of his second term lying ahead. “It’s kind of bittersweet. Eight years is a long time,…

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Early Voting Begins for Md. Primary

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Early voting centers opened Thursday across Maryland, and will be open daily – including Saturday and Sunday – through next Thursday, July 14th for the primary election. Voting centers are open between 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Primary election day is Tuesday, July 19th. Voting center locations and more primary information can be found at…

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Dr. Jeffrey Hilovsky Files To Run In Del. House 4th District

Dr. Jeffrey Hilovsky
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Delaware’s new 4th State House district has another candidate.Dr. Jeffrey Hilovsky is seeking the Republican nomination for the district, that moves south to Sussex County from Wilmington following the redistricting process. Hilovsky is a retired Air Force Active Duty and Reserve veteran and served during three wars. He also is co-founder of Sussex Eye Center,…

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Del. AG Kathy Jennings Files To Seek Re-election

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Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings has made it official: she is seeking a second term.Jennings has filed for re-election, according to her campaign Thursday. She is a Democrat.Jennings said in her first term, she and the Justice Department held opioid manufacturers accountable, combatted violent crime, and pushed for new laws to make the system more…

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Del. State Sen. Bruce Ennis Announces Retirement

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A longtime Delaware state lawmaker plans to step down at the end of his current term in November.State Senator Bruce Ennis, D-Smyrna, a lifelong Smyrna resident, was first elected to the House of Representatives in 1982.He won a special State Senate election in 2007 for the seat held by the late James T. Vaughn Senior.…

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Gun Rights Watchdog Enters Del. Political Arena

Mitch Denham was accompanied by his wife Jenine, friends and mentors when he filed for this year's election for Kent Co. Levy Court, 6th District (photo provided by Mitch Denham)
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A well-known presence at Legislative Hall in Dover is hoping to be elected to a position on Kent County Levy Court. Mitch Denham, President of Delaware Gun Rights, has filed with the Kent County Board of Elections to run in the 6th district, which is western Kent County. Commissioner Glen Howell is serving his second…

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Md. Mails Out Requests For Mail-in Primary Ballots

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Maryland voters will start to receive forms to request a mail-in ballot in advance of the 2022 primary election. The Maryland State Board of Elections said Monday that more than 3,000,000 registered voters will have the option of asking for a mail-in ballot. Marylanders with a state driver’s license or MVA-issued ID card may also…

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Controversy Swirls Around Md. Legislative Redistricting Votes

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The Maryland House of Delegates has approved new maps for legislative districts that were produced by the General Assembly’s Legislative Redistricting Advisory Commission. Republican lawmakers made a final attempt Thursday to get support for maps produced by the Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission, a panel that was appointed by Governor Larry Hogan in early 2021. Fair…

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Maryland Lawmakers Head Into 2022 Session

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The Maryland General Assembly begins its 2022 90-day session Wednesday in Annapolis. “There is a lot of work to do getting our bills ready, starting to build consensus and getting signatures for cosponsors and so forth,” Delegate Wayne Hartman, R-Dist. 38C said to WGMD’s Mike Bradley on the day before the start of the session.…

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Questions Arise About Public Comment Ahead Of Md. Special Session On Redistricting

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Marylanders have the opportunity to testify during a General Assembly special session next week, but one group says the process of submitting comment is not very inviting. Governor Larry Hogan Thursday encouraged support for the fair maps he has transmitted to the Maryland General Assembly on behalf of the Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission. “Gerrymandering has rightly been…

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Md. Legislative Redistricting Panel Approves Congressional Map Proposal Redrawing 1st District

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The Maryland Legislative Redistricting Advisory Commission has selected a proposed map of congressional districts for the 2022 elections, just over two weeks before a special session of the General Assembly. The panel Tuesday voted along party lines in favor of one of four maps that were released last week. The First District, currently Represented by…

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UPDATED: Viewings, Funeral For Former Gov. Ruth Ann Minner

Former Gov. Ruth Ann Minner (photo courtesy of De.aware.gov)
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UPDATED 12:30pm: On Wednesday, November 10, Governor John Carney, First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney, Governor Minner’s family, current and past members of the Cabinet and General Assembly, former staff, and members of the community will attend Governor Minner’s memorial service. The service will be live-streamed on de.gov/live.The service will begin at 1pm in Milford. President…

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