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Election Day Looms for Deadlocked Gubernatorial Candidates (Nov. 1, 2002)

Republicans Hope to Ride Ehrlich Coattails to State House Victories (Nov. 1, 2002)

Stars Unlikely to Align for Unidentified Candidate Running on UFO Platform (Nov. 1, 2002)

It's Not a Typo: Two Generations of One Family Run for Three Offices in Southern Maryland (Nov. 1, 2002)

Montgomery County Senate Race Features Party-Switchers (Nov. 1, 2002)


State Refuses Republican Absentee Ballot Application (Oct. 29, 2002)

Maryland Officials Say State Is Ahead of the Curve on Federal Election Reforms (Oct. 29, 2002)

Ehrlich, Townsend Appeal for Support in Campaign's Last Days (Oct. 29, 2002)

Decision-Making Authority At Stake in Ballot Questions (Oct. 25, 2002)

Mooney's Money Comes Pouring in From Out-of-State Sources (Oct. 25, 2002)

With 2nd District Race a Toss-Up, Swing Voters Could Make Final Difference (Oct. 25, 2002)

Wynn Looks Past Perennial 4th District Challenger, Helps Out Other Campaigns (Oct. 25, 2002)

Old Rules Are Gone in New 8th District, as Morella, Van Hollen Battle it Out (Oct. 25, 2002)

GOP Challenger Campaigning Hard in 5th District Bid to Unseat Confident Hoyer (Oct. 25, 2002)

Newcomer Nice Guy Challenges Career Nice Guy in Polite 3rd District Race (Oct. 24, 2002)

7th District Republican Says He's Up for the Challenge of Entrenched Cummings (Oct. 23, 2002)

Townsend, Ehrlich Running in Photo Finish (Oct. 22, 2002)

1st District Candidates Spend Little Money, Less Energy on Low-Key Campaign (Oct. 22, 2002)

Polls Show Nationally Watched 8th, 2nd District Races Still Too Close to Call (Oct. 22, 2002)

Clinton Headlines Townsend Rally (Oct. 18, 2002)

DeArmon Optimistic in Rematch With Bartlett; Others Expect Repeat of 2000 (Oct. 18, 2002)

Route to 2nd District Seat Turns to Low Road, As Negative Ads Begin (Oct. 18, 2002)

Lawmakers Hail $110 Million in State Spending; Critics Smell Bacon (Oct. 18, 2002)

Angelos' Political Influence Stretches Beyond Maryland (Oct. 11, 2002)

Candidates Pass on Opportunity to Make Political Hay of Sniper Attacks (Oct. 10, 2002)

Ehrlich Calls for New Juvenile Justice Department (Oct. 9, 2002)

With Sniper on the Loose, Politicians, Volunteers Limit Outdoor Campaigning (Oct. 9, 2002)

Ruppersberger, Townsend Have Little Use for Each Other on Campaign Trail (Oct. 4, 2002)

Green Party Candidates Pin Ballot Hopes on Last-Minute Court Intervention (Oct. 4, 2002)

Bush Brings Cash, Clap on the Back for Ehrlich (Oct. 2, 2002)

In Tight 8th District, Endorsements Are Valued Even if They're Not on a Check (Oct. 2, 2002)


Ehrlich, Townsend Camps Split on Who Won Debate (Sept. 27, 2002)

Howard County Delegate Gets Automatic Win, But Still Campaigning Hard (Sept. 27, 2002)

Gender Is No Issue for Townsend (Sept. 27, 2002)

Bromwell Bends Election Law to Donate $100,000 to Slates (Sept. 18, 2002)

Front-Line Volunteers in 8th District Battle Finding it Hard to Switch Sides (Sept. 13, 2002)

Democratic Candidates Pledge Allegiance to Van Hollen After Bruising 8th District Primary (Sept. 13, 2002)

ICC Opponents Paved Over in Primary (Sept. 13, 2002)

Ehrlich, Staff Deny Contacting African-American Democrat (Sept. 13, 2002)

Primaries, Other Losses, Bring Newcomers to Assembly (Sept. 11, 2002)

4th District Primary Too Close to Call; General Election is Another Matter (Sept. 11, 2002)

Schaefer Gets Needed Hug in Comptroller's Race (Sept. 6, 2002)

8th District Race Draws to Costly Close (Sept. 6, 2002)

The Road To Washington Leads Newcomer Through Three Congressional Districts (Sept. 6, 2002)

2nd District Democrats Slug It Out as Primary Ends (Sept. 6, 2002)

Gilchrest Takes No Chances in 1st District Bid (Sept. 6, 2002)


Bentley, Running Hard for Congress, Displays Her Fighting Form (Aug. 22, 2002)

Ahead in His Own Race, Hoyer Campaigns Hard for Fellow Democrats (Aug. 21, 2002)

Republican Counts on Reshuffled 3rd District, Not Money, to Challenge Cardin (Aug. 21, 2002)

Wynn Heavily Favored, Despite Newly Drawn and More Conservative District (Aug. 20, 2002)

Boundaries Have Changed, But Faces Remain the Same in 6th District Race (Aug. 20, 2002)

Flowers Power Cummings Campaign, Which Takes Grassroots Organizing Literally (Aug. 16, 2002)

As if Losing Wasn't Bad Enough: Candidates Often Stuck With Campaign Bill (Aug. 16, 2002)

Money Isn't Everything in 1st District Race (Aug. 16, 2002)

Second District: Low-Cost Campaign Meets High-Priced Challengers (Aug. 15, 2002)

8th District Fundraising Is Tops in Nation (Aug. 15, 2002)

Congressional Challengers Raise Big Money But Still Trail Incumbents (Aug. 14, 2002)

Despite Concerns, Officials and Voters Seem Pleased With New Voting Machines (Aug. 13, 2002)


As GOP Beats Drum for Ehrlich, Pierpont Keeps Marching to His Own Drummer (April 24, 2002)

Shriver Leads 8th District Fund-Raising Race With Twice Morella's Cache (April 16, 2002)

Townsend Trots Out Campaign-Style Speech, Will Announce Run For Governor May 5 (April 11, 2002)


Most Maryland House Members Back Campaign Reform Bill Aimed at 'Soft Money' (Feb. 14, 2002)

8th District Candidates Banked $2.6 Million for Closely Watched Fall Race (Feb. 1, 2002)


Treasurer Favorite Emerges from General Assembly (Jan. 30, 2002)

Ehrlich Camp 'Getting Ready to Run' a Gubernatorial Race, Aides Say (Jan. 18, 2002)

Menes Becomes First to Compete for State Treasurer Opening (Jan. 18, 2002)

Democrats Give Themselves the Edge in New Congressional District Map (Jan. 24, 2002)



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