7-11-22 Gubernatorial Debate
BTN/MAPCS Maryland Gubernatorial Townhall Debate
Baltimore Elections Board Error
Election Integrity is essential. The process will fail without full trust in the system. Full trust requires due diligence by authorities such as the Baltimore Board of Elections to do everything in its power that every lawful vote is counted, and only lawful votes are counted.
Read the Baltimore Brew article here: https://bit.ly/3xDCJtL
From the article:
“It’s not a lot. A couple of thousand voters, I think, is all,” Armstead B.C. Jones Sr., director of the Baltimore City Board of Elections, said. “We’re still trying to get a handle on it.”
One wrong vote is too many.
When we were living in Homeland, we regularly received ballots for dead owners of the property before us. Even when we reported this to the Election Board, nothing changed.
Nick Mosby violated ethics law
Baltimore Council President Nick Mosby violated ethics law by accepting money from city contractors via legal defense fund, board rules
Baltimore City Council President Nick Mosby violated the city’s ethics ordinance by indirectly soliciting for a legal-defense fund that took donations from at least two city contractors, the city’s Board of Ethics said in a ruling Thursday that ordered Mosby to stop accepting money from the fund.
The fund was established for the legal defense of him and his wife, Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby, as they faced a federal criminal investigation last year into their financial dealings. While Nick Mosby has not been charged with anything, Marilyn Mosby was charged this year with perjury and making false statements related to the purchase of two Florida houses.Read more
Governor Hogan Announces $150 Million Initiative
Re-Fund The Police: Governor Hogan Announces $150 Million Initiative to Increase Support for Law Enforcement, Crime Control, and Victim Protection Efforts
“We Cannot Defund The Police, We Need To Re-Fund The Police”
$120 Million to Dramatically Increase Local Police Aid, Fund Salary Increases and Hiring Bonuses
$20 Million for Safer Neighborhoods, Witness Incentives
$10 Million for Victim Protection, Reversing Dangerous Cuts By Congress and General Assembly to Support Vulnerable Marylanders