Write-In Jim Rutledge for Attorney General
Attorney General Doug Gansler (D) is one thing – a politician. He is currently using the post of Attorney General to enforce his political views on the people of Maryland. In March, I wrote an article on the topic after he, by decree, changed the status of same-sex marriages performed outside of Maryland. This is not his job, it’s that of the legislature and shows | Read More »
Alison Asti for MD Attorney General
Former head of the Maryland Stadium Authority Alison Asti is considering a bid for Attorney General or for Judge in Anne Arundel County according to MarylandReporter.com. Asti said, “I am nonpartisan and impartial and I don’t cave into political pressure…That would be a difficult race, but it’s just something I’m considering doing, and my background would be well-suited for that,” I agree that her experiences | Read More »
Suggestions to Draft – Michael Garcia
In 2007, the unexpected happened in New York. The Governor and former Attorney General, known as tough on crime specifically for busting up prostitution rings and corruption on Wall Street – was caught with his pants down. Eliot Spitzer had been involved with a high price prostitute. The high profile Democratic Governor who looked like a potential 2008 candidate – who fell from grace fast. | Read More »
Redlich for NYS Governor?
In 2004, entrenched incumbent Congressman Mike McNulty looked like a cinch for reelection. He had been in office since the early nineties and was great at playing both sides – consistently being endorsed by the liberal Working Families Party for his fiscal views and the Conservative Party of New York based on his pro-life stances. In 2004, little known libertarian leaning Republican attorney Warren Redlich | Read More »