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Hogan is just too mouthy as he puts together his deal for a Trump cabinet post

Hogan will support Trump after he gets himself a deal for a Cabinet post which will make Rutherford the first black Maryland Governor, which is still better than Little Anthony.

Attention Taxpayers: Maryland politicos unite to dig up J. Edgar and move it to the “not-so Free State”

How can Governor Larry Hogan not look good when he is stuck in the middle between Senators Barbara Mikulski and Ben Cardin, who both look like refugees from the circus, Ben having lost his Bozo wig and Barbara as wide as she is tall looking like a double-stuffed avocado on steroids

End of the Dyson-Bohanan Political Dynasty May Signal the Advent of Replacement of Steny Hoyer

In 1974 Dyson was successful in seeking one of the three delegate seats shared by Charles and St. Mary’s Counties and led the ticket in the Democratic Primary, forever earning the animosity of then-Speaker of the House John Hanson Briscoe for piling up more votes than the Speaker in his home county.

Dyson went on to run and win the Democratic nomination for Congress just two years later and ran an unsuccessful campaign against incumbent Republican First District Congressman Bob Bauman. Bauman, a rising star in the GOP for his mastery of the rules of the House of Representatives was a thorn in the side of Speaker Tip O’Neill and Dyson’s campaign was able to attract national money to his effort, but the district was fully in Bauman’s camp

Election Day: History in Photos and Cartoons

In 1992 Republican Larry Hogan Jr was the GOP standard-bearer against Democrat Steny Hoyer for the newly expanded 5th Congressional District, to which the counties of St. Mary’s, Calvert and Charles had been removed from the First Congressional District of the Eastern Shore. Hogan came within 25,000 votes of Hoyer, his closest margin in the last 250 years he has been in Congress.

Charlie Hall: Thank God for this Country Boy – The ‘Whip’ of the Dorsey Machine

What many of them had in common was adherence to a political tradition in the Seventh District, often called “Dorsey-land” due to the tribe in local politics named for the late Judge Phillip H. Dorsey, and later led by his son, long-time St. Mary’s County States Attorney Walter B. Dorsey. Judge Dorsey had his allies and they were the Baileys, Bo, Eddie, Bernard and many more. Others who were influential in the Dorsey Machine, as the liberals who had their own machine liked to call it, were “lieutenants” of the political organization – one of whom was Charlie Hall.

To simply report that Charlie Hall just kicked the bucket is to do the man a great injustice, without describing the important role he played in the politics and life of one county of three-thousand in America.

Charlie rose from being a lieutenant to being a standard-bearer in that in 1974 he mounted a credible campaign for County Commissioner and lost the Democratic Primary to John Knight Parlett, the scion of a gas empire on the east coast.

Gallup: citing high taxes, nearly half of Marylanders want to flee

Thirty-three percent of residents want to move to another state, according to the average of the 50 state responses. Seventeen states come close to that 50-state average. Another 16 are above the average range, including three showing an especially high desire to move. In fact, in these three — Illinois, Connecticut, and Maryland — roughly as many residents want to leave as want to stay