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Thursday, October 31, 2013

Donations Needed for

George Wenschhof

City Hall
I appreciate the financial contributions many of you have made and it is through your generous donations I have been able to continue to publish political news and commentary.

Donations of $25, $50, $100, $250 or more are appreciated and can be made easily by clicking on a donation button located in the right hand margin. Your pay pal account and most major credit cards are accepted.

It is through your donations and advertisement on the site that allows me to be able to continue bringing you timely news and thoughtful commentary on local as well as national issues.

Earlier this year, I broke the news that former Frederick Board of County Commissioners Jan Gardner had formed a candidate committee and was seriously moving forward toward filing for the new county executive position next year. 

She will be making her official announcement on Saturday November 9 at 1:00 PM in front of Winchester Hall in Frederick, Maryland.

I also was the first to report that local Democratic businessmen Gordon Cooley and Earl Robbins are considering a challenge to Jan Gardner in the primary election.

There remains a strong possibility of what promises to be a bitter contest between present Republican Frederick Board of County Commissioners Blaine Young and Democrat Jan Gardner.  But, much will transpire before that can take place.

When local activist Val Dale brought to my attention the proposed sale of the Citizens Care and Rehabilitation Center and Montevue Assisted Care facilities, I penned commentary that was presented as testimony to the Maryland Board of Public Works, who voted to delay approval of the sale, pending the outcome of pending litigation.

During The City of Frederick election, I have interviewed candidates for mayor and alderman in the City of Frederick and published their positions on the issues for you to read.

After many interviews with the city candidates, I have given my endorsements prior to the general election to be held on Tuesday November 5.

During the city campaign, I was the first to report on loopholes being used by candidates to get around the financial limits an individual/entity could contribute. My disclosure of Galen Clagett’s campaign for mayor receiving $30,000 from multiple entities associated with two people, has led to a move by the city to amend the campaign contribution law.

Your donations are what enable me to bring timely political news and commentary to you.

Please consider making a donation today of $25, $50, $100, $250 or more. Your contributions are appreciated and can be made easily by clicking on a donation button located in the right hand margin and using a major credit card or your pay pal account.

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