This past election was a doozy for everyone, thanks in part to some digital meddling by the Russians. Yesterday, we learned that some of their intelligence-gathering was likely happening right here in Maryland at a secluded property on the Eastern Shore.
Tag: 2016 election
Over the past weekend, I ran into a couple of writer friends in the coffee shop downstairs from the Politics and Prose bookstore in DC. Are you here for the reading? I asked. I was there to see Beverly Lowry present her new book, Who Killed These Girls, about the yogurt shop murders in Austin, Texas in 1991.
Wednesday was not the day for a midterm in one astronomy class in College Park.
Day one of early voting around Maryland was big, with around 125,000 people showing up, including just under 10,000 in Baltimore. Not much has changed in the days since, with the state raking in similar ballot tallies even a week later.
You may not have a sticker to show for it, but your vote will be counted tonight anyway. Results are coming in for the primaries in Baltimore and Maryland, and we’re keeping track of all the races:
Rep. Donna Edwards said mainstream media coverage of the armed takeover of a federal building in Oregon by a white militia reveals a racial double standard, the Washington Post reports.