Monday, I attended the 2014 Maryland March for Life in Annapolis. The Mass and non-denominational service ahead of the march itself started at 5:15. Then the march to the Statehouse and a rally at Lawyers Mall followed. The rally was scheduled to start at 7 p.m. I will have a full report on the event later but I just wanted to highlight some details about who was there and who wasn’t.
On February 28, I confirmed that Josh Wolf had returned to the Craig campaign to be finance director. I also reported then that Steve Salamon was the campaign’s finance chairman. Today, the Craig campaign officially announced Salamon’s role.
The Craig release:David Craig Announces New Addition to Campaign Team David Craig announced today that Stephen J. Salamon, a former Chairman of the…
I will be attending the 2014 Maryland March for Life in Annapolis this afternoon. Follow me on Twitter for updates during the march and rally.
Just last week, I wrote about the 1,400+ word email that the campaign of Larry Hogan previously sent out:
This email arrived with the all-caps subject line of “WE CAN WIN!”
There are also several other uses of all-caps sentences and phrases throughout the message. None of that is ideal for avoiding recipients’ spam filters. Of course, it’s probably not a good idea to send an email that’s over…
In late December, I reported first that Ron George was considering public financing for his campaign. The Washington Post later picked that up and reported it as a possibility for the George campaign. Nothing much was heard on that since then. In early February, Larry Hogan opted to receive public financing. On February 28, it was reported that David Craig is participating in public financing.
Via Twitchy, Dana Loesch was tweeting during Ben Carson’s CPAC speech Saturday:
A lot of ppl like Ben Carson. I’ve spoken with him before. His belief in restriction of gun rights is a deal killer for me, tho. #CPAC2014
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) March 8, 2014
IGN: Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) makes his grand return this year in 24: Live Another Day.
The State GOP U.S. Senate hopeful Richard Cash is throwing a “One Nation Under God Rally” for his birthday on March 31, and he’ll sing if he wants to.
Rick Wade, former Obama administration official and an executive at GreenTech Automotive, announced Thursday he is backing out of running as a Democrat for the U.S. Senate seat held by Tim Scott. Wade just announced in December.
John Lofton conducted an interview of Governor Martin O’Malley on God, government, and the origin of law.