Category Archives: Maryland CD4

Some Day After Musings

I’ve started on an analysis of last night’s results, but it’s going to take some time to get my thoughts in order. So here’s some random thoughts. Congratulations to the winners: Chris Van Hollen, Jamie Raskin and Anthony Brown. Lots of friends with all of those campaigns, congratulations to each and every one of them. Nik Sushka put her heart… Read more »

“Election Results, Please Hold”

Because four precinct locations in Baltimore City opened an hour late this morning, a judge in the City ordered that those locations remain open till 9:00. Just minutes ago, he ordered them to remain open until 10:00. So no results until after those four precincts close. Hang in there. I’m dying for news as much as you are.

Tonight’s Coverage

We’ve already blown away all time high for unique visitors and page views tonight. We’re over 4,000 page views and 1,500 unique visitors just today. We’re going to shatter the stat counters before we’re done. Tonight I’ll be primarily covering the Senate race, the CD4 contest, and the Brawl in Bawlmer. National correspondent Dave Asche will be focusing on CD8… Read more »

Pena-Melnyk Endorsed By NOW

Joseline Pena-Melnyk was endorsed this week by the National Organization for Women (NOW) in the CD4 race. Press release from Thursday: National Organization for Women (NOW) Endorses Joseline Peña-Melnyk:  “We need women at the table”  The largest, most comprehensive feminist advocacy group in the United States has endorsed Joseline Peña-Melnyk for Congress. Founded in 1966, NOW takes action to bring… Read more »

Early Vote Report: Day 1

So far, early voting participation is up after one day. The State Board of Elections has a daily report during early voting and I’ll be giving you daily updates. The BOE report has all kinds of data we don’t care about, like Republicans and all those little counties we only drive through on the way to somewhere else. Before all… Read more »

Anthony Brown’s OMFG FEC Report

OK, this might be the craziest thing I’ve ever seen. Anthony Brown has an enormous campaign debt left over from the 2014 general election – over $400,000 to the Laborers Union at 10% interest. Now, Brown has filed his last campaign finance report, in which he raised only $160,000, spent over $600,000, but astonishingly has loaned himself ANOTHER $400,000. Leaving… Read more »