2010 Elections Again ~ Annapolis Capital Punishment

Thursday, September 23, 2010

2010 Elections Again

The Anne Arundel Sierra Club has announced two more endorsements for the Nov. 2 general election, closing out its endorsement activities for 2010.The group’s executive committee voted unanimously to endorse Democrat Torrey Jacobson, longtime Crofton community activist for the District 7 County Council seat. In a state delegate contest, the Club endorsed newcomer Jeremiah Chiappelli, a Democrat, in legislative district 31.

With these two new endorsements, this is the lineup of endorsed candidates in the county:
For County Council:
District 4: Jamie Benoit
District 6: Chris Trumbauer
District 7: Torrey Jacobsen

For State Legislature:
District 21: Ben Barnes, Barbara Frush and Joseline Pena-Melnyk, delegates; Jim Rosapepe, senate.
District 30: Mike Busch, Virginia Clagett and Judd Legum, delegates
District 31: Jeremiah Chiappelli and Steve Schuh, delegates
District 32: Pam Beidle and Ted Sophocleus, delegates

The group does not automatically endorse in every race. To win an endorsement a candidate must garner the votes of at least two-thirds of the group’s political committee and then at last two-thirds of the executive committee. The endorsement must then win the ok of the Maryland Chapter’s executive committee.
Dr. Ron Elfenbein, candidate for District 30 state senate, announces that Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient Dr. Ben Carson will be the honored guest at Ron's Sept. 28 fundraiser. Dr. Carson is the Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at John Hopkins, and is supporting the event because unless Ron is elected, there will not be a single doctor in the Maryland State Senate (the good news is that Andy Harris, a doctor, is leaving....the bad news will be if he is elected to Congress) Tickets are $250 per person, and the evening will take place at the home of Drs. Matthew & Maria Scott, co-hosted by Senator & Mrs. Bill Brock and twelve other couples (many are physicians themselves). This will be an incredible fundraiser for Ron's campaign and we hope you can join us! Tickets are available online at http://www.september28th.eventbrite.com/.

Elfenbein is offering to pick up unwanted campaign signs and recycle them for Democrat and Republican alike. Simply gather the signs, and Ron or one of his many volunteers will be happy to pick them up at your location. He hopes that by recycling these unwanted campaign signs, he can do a small part to preserve our beautiful state's natural resources. Please email Dr. Elfenbein at ron@electronelfenbein.com to schedule a campaign sign pick up.

This is the lineup for the County Council Races...
First-incumbent Democrat Darryl Jones is challenged by Republican John E Moran IV
Second-Dan Klosterman (D) and John Grasso (R)
Third- Charlie Parks (D) and Derek Fink (R) (Fink captured 61% in four-way race)
Fourth-Incumbent Jamie Benoit (D) and Charlotte K. Weinstein (R)
Fifth-Paul Rudolph (D) is running against Republican Dick Ladd.
Sixth--Democrat Chris Trumbauer and Republican Doug Burkhardt
Seventh-Jerry Walker (R), a 35 year old businessman from Gambrills captured more than 36% of the vote in a five-way primary and will go against Crofton's Torrey Jacobsen, a civic activist.

Judd Legum for Maryland State Delegate District 30 will welcome special guest Speaker Mike Busch from 6 to 8 PM on September 28 at the home of Veronica Tovey, 32 Wilelinor Dr, Edgewater MD 21037  RSVP by ordering your tickets below or email mailto:veronica@whatsupmag.com(Tovey is the publisher of What's Up Annapolis magazine.

North Anne Arundel Chamber of Commerce Candidate's Night
Wednesday, 29 September 2010, 5:30pm - 8:00pm

Meet the candidates for:
County Executive, County Council Districts 1,2 & 3, State Senator, District 31 & 32
State Delegates, District 31 & 32,Anne Arundel County Sheriff

Sponsored by Constellation Energy and John Pantelides & Associates
Lite food, beer, wine and soda will be served
$10 Members/ $15 Non-members
Location : OHI 7440 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd, Glen Burnie MD 21061 (Across the street from the new building)

Look here for frequent updates to all the 2010 election campaigns with 2010 Elections Again! LISTEN TO CP Publisher Paul Foer on 1430WNAV at 8:15 every weekday morning or click on the WNAV icon to the right, press On demand and On The Foerfront to listen. READ CP Publisher Paul Foer's "The Ninth Ward" every Wednesday in The Capital at www.capitalonline.com Identified comments are always welcome. ALL ANONYMOUS COMMENTS will be automatically rejected without being opened.


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