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Baker falls to Jealous in democratic primary

  • Published in State

COLLEGE PARK – Current Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III lost his bid to become the Democratic nominee for Governor for the state of Maryland to the former president and CEO of the NAACP Ben Jealous in Maryland Democratic primary on June 26.

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Primary election coverage: Judges of the circuit court

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SEABROOK – Six of the 24 active judges on the Prince George’s Circuit Court are up for election this year. The candidates – Tiffany Anderson, Robin Bright, Peter Killough, William Snoddy, Sean Wallace and Judy Lynn Woodall – will not face any challengers for the June 26 primary, although there is still time for another candidate to file for the November general election. These judges are elected to 15 year terms.

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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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