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Baker focuses on first-time voters as early voting begins

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LANDOVER – As early voting polls for the primary elections opened on June 14, Maryland gubernatorial candidate and currently Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III made one final pitch to first-time voters on his platform as his campaign received two key endorsements.

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Bike-share program comes to Prince George’s County

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bikeshare 03LARGO – Most government press conferences conclude with applause, conversation and, on occasion, light refreshments. However, after the ribbon cutting for the introduction of Capital Bikeshare to Prince George’s County, government officials hopped on bicycles and joined local bike groups on the trip from the Curry Administration Building to the Largo Metro Station.

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Top gubernatorial candidates make mark in debate

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debateROCKVILLE – In the final month of the Democratic Primary campaign, four of the top Democratic candidates for governor, and two other candidates’ running mates, continued a “violent agreement” on discussions that the candidates had with one another in a debate on May 21.

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Magaw steps down as police chief

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MagawUPPER MARLBORO – After 32 years as a Prince George's County police officer, and the last five years as the county’s chief, Mark Magaw announced his retirement effective immediately at a press conference on Friday, Dec. 11 in Upper Marlboro.

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