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State employees to get another pay raise next month

Earlier today Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, the second-term Republican Governor, announced that he would be granting state employees a 3%…

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Local election podcast created for electoral accountability

Today, the producers of the critically-acclaimed local election podcast and video series entitled ValueMyVote, launched their fourth series aimed at…

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Council President forms committee to fill 2nd district vacancy

Yesterday, the city’s new City Council President, Brandon Scott, issued a media advisory informing residents of the process to fill…

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Is Jack Young Baltimore’s new Du Burns

In 1987, a black man from the streets of East Baltimore rose to become Baltimore City’s first African American mayor.…

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The history of Baltimore City’s Council Presidents

Last night, members of the Baltimore City Council unanimously elected 2nd district councilman Brandon Scott to fill the vacant Council…

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Scott unanimously selected as the city’s Council President

Last night, the fourteen members of the Baltimore City Council, voted unanimously to elect second district councilman Brandon Scott to…

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Councilman Scott secures votes to be next Council President

As reported on first by DMVDaily News last week, Councilman Brandon Scott, who on Friday seemed one vote shy of…

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Policy Perspective with MrPolitics – Pilot Episode

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Council President Race: Progression v Regression

In what is shaping up to be another heavyweight political battle, the likes of what we witnessed days ago between…

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Speakers race splits members of the black caucus

It is one of the most coveted positions in state government, one held by 106 individuals over the past 242-years,…

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