HAGERSTOWN, MD News (11/11/2022) – Based on the vote-by-mail ballots that are still to be counted and the trends in vote-by-mail results, Delegate Neil Parrott has conceded the election. He just called Congressman David Trone and congratulated him on his victory.
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Election Update: Grossman likely winner of 2B, Parrott slight lead over Trone
HAGERSTOWN, MD News (11/11/2022) – After counting the first round of mail-in votes, we have several updates regarding local races. Specifically, we now have a winner for Delegate 2B, and more updates on the Congressional District 6 race.
Washington County Election Recap
HAGERSTOWN, MD News (11/9/2022) – Election day is over, the ballots are counted, and the results are in. While it’s possible for some races to shift based on mail-in and provisional ballots, let’s take a look at what we do know about Washington County in the 2022 Gubernatorial Election.
Opinion: Delegate candidates post photos of each other at Eisenhower Dinner, because this election cycle couldn’t already be stranger
HAGERSTOWN, MD News (10/22/2022) – During Matt Gaetz’s visit to Hagerstown for the annual Republican Club Eisenhower Dinner, Maryland Delegate candidates Brenda Thiam (R) and Brooke Grossman (D) posted photos of each other through the front glass of the Maryland Theatre. Seriously?
Republican Club to Host Congressman Matt Gaetz at Annual Eisenhower Dinner
HAGERSTOWN, MD News (10/15/2022) – The Washington County MD Republican Club will host Matt Gaetz (R), Congressman for the 1st District of Florida, as a guest speaker for their 2022 Eisenhower Day Dinner at the Maryland Theatre.
David Trone vs. Neil Parrott – The 2022 Maryland Congressional Election Rematch
Western Maryland News (9/26/2022) – David Trone and Neil Parrott faced off in the 2020 Maryland 6th Congressional District election, resulting in Trone defeating Parrott by over 70,000 votes. While some may say that Parrott will meet a similar defeat this November, a lot has changed in two years, including the congressional district lines themselves.
Maryland Mail-In Votes to Be Counted Before Election Day
ANNAPOLIS, MD News (9/23/2022) – The Maryland State Board of Elections announced that the state courts have reached a decision which will allow local elections officials across the State to begin canvassing mail-in ballots on October 1.
Maryland Election Board Looks to Count Mail-In Ballots Before Election Day
ANNAPOLIS, MD News (9/5/2022) – The Maryland State Board of Elections has filed an emergency petition in circuit court to seek approval to canvass mail-in ballots prior to Election Day. The petition will also require that any results from any pre-Election Day canvassing be withheld until the polls close on Election Day.
Smithsburg to Hold Town Elections May 10th
SMITHSBURG, MD – The Town of Smithsburg will hold its elections for Mayor and two town council seats on Tuesday May 10th, between 7 AM and 8 PM. Elections will be held at Smithsburg Volunteer Fire Company. The Town Government is comprised of the Mayor and five-(5) Council Members. Each elected official serves a termContinue reading “Smithsburg to Hold Town Elections May 10th”