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Another Hoosier lawmaker is accused of committing voter fraud. David McIntosh faces a complaint filed with both the Secretary of State's office and the Madison County Election Board. The complaints claim that McIntosh committed voter fraud in both...
Boy, those conservatives sure know how to pay a compliment. "I am truly worried you finally got one (1) issue correct," said a letter from Daniel Davenport of Bethlehem. He was referring to Wednesday's column, in which I said state legislation to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Pennsylvania Senate is expected to vote Wednesday on a bill requiring the state’s voters to present photo identification at the polls. The Pennsylvania House of Representatives passed voter-identification legislation several months ago and will...
The election fraud trial of veteran political consultant Julius Henson has been postponed again due to scheduling conflicts. A hearing on preliminary motions in the case, which centers on an Election Day 2010 robocall, is now scheduled for April 10...
LANSING — Legislation that would place new restrictions on voter registration has passed the Senate. The bills, aimed at stopping potential voter fraud, would require a photo ID or birth certificate to register to vote. It would also create rules...
Tags: Democratic Party, Republican Party, Elections, Voting, Politics
The election fraud trial of veteran political consultant Julius Henson was postponed Wednesday because of the illness of the state's primary investigator in the case. Baltimore Circuit Judge Emanuel Brown postponed the trial, which centers on an Election...
Tags: Judges, Elections, Punishment, Brown University, Government
The Baltimore SunThe election fraud trial of long-time political consultant Julius Henson is set for Monday at 2 p.m. in Baltimore Circuit Court. Henson, 62, of East Baltimore, is accused of election fraud, conspiracy to violation election laws and failure to provide...
RICHMOND – Three major pieces of socially conservative legislation advanced in the General Assembly Wednesday as the Senate passed a measure requiring women to get an ultrasound before receiving an abortion and the House of Delegates voted to repeal...
Come on Dan Rodricks, I'm sure you get a great deal of pleasure out of the opportunity to once again bash the Maryland GOP, but it isn't like the Democrats are squeaky clean politicos ("Drawing the line in cutthroat business of politics," Dec. 7). Let's...
Tags: Democratic Party, Elections, Republican Party, Voting, Politics
A Baltimore jury Tuesday found Paul Schurick, former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s campaign manager, guilty of fraud and related charges for his role in an Election Day 2010 robocall — a decision hailed by government watchdog groups who say that...
A bipartisan group of high-profile politicians took the witness stand Thursday to vouch for the honesty and integrity of Paul Schurick, a key Ehrlich campaign adviser, who faces charges of election fraud stemming from a 2010 Election Day "robocall" that...
Tags: Judges, Republican Party, Elections, Prosecution, Marvin Mandel
Apr 13, 2012 |Column| WXIN-LTV
Mar 17, 2012 |Column| Allentown Morning Call
Mar 6, 2012 |Story| Herald Mail
Feb 23, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
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