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1st District Council recount set for December 19

Jon Baliles’ 22-vote margin of victory over Bruce Tyler in the 1st District City Council race will be put to the test at Richmond Circuit Court later this month. Under the court’s supervision, teams of people from each side will review tapes from election machines to verify that votes were correctly tabulated, Tyler added. Times-Dispatch

Twenty-four votes

Your vote makes a difference, at least in this race: The complete but unofficial results of the 1st District City Council race leaves Jon Baliles with just a 24-vote lead over Bruce Tyler (Times-Dispatch) Baliles got 6,183, or 49.85 percent, of the vote for the seat representing Richmond’s West End, while Tyler received 6,159, or […]

Election results: Sturtevant wins, Baliles the tentative victor

The race for 1st District City Council seat wound up extremely close; with some absentee and provisional ballots uncounted, Jon Baliles holds a lead of several tenths of a percent over incumbent Bruce Tyler. Glen Sturtevant beat Trent Park for School Board, receiving about 57% of votes. Mayor Jones was re-elected by Richmond voters yesterday. […]

Election Day details

Just in case you had somehow managed to forget… Election Day is tomorrow, November 6 – find your polling place here and What’s On My Ballot? from the State Board of Elections. 1st District Sample Ballot Times-Dispatch Voter Guide ****************************************** And here is a recap of information about some of the issues and candidates: Richmond […]

Interviews with Park and Sturtevant

West of the Boulevard posted interviews with 1st District School Board candidates Trent Park and Glen Sturtevant this week.

1st District candidates forum tomorrow night

The Glen Burnie Civic Association will be hosting a debate between 1st District City Council candidates Bruce Tyler and Jon Baliles tomorrow evening, October 9, at St. Giles Church (5200 Grove Avenue) beginning at 7pm. The candidates were also profiled in the Richmond Times-Dispatch last week: “1st District council race focuses on styles”.

Baliles challenges Tyler on choice of $316k “green alley”

With November around the corner, First District politics is heating up. City Council 1st District candidate Jon Baliles spoke out to NBC12 this week about a “green alley” project completed in the Near West End behind St. Christopher’s Road. It was undertaken as a result of citizen complaints about poor drainage in the existing alley, […]

Questions for the School Board candidates?

This November, 1st District voters will have a choice at the polls between Trent Park and Glen Sturtevant for School Board representative. What’s important to you in a school board rep? Do you have any questions for the two candidates to help you in making your decision? Post them here, or email me (Alison – […]

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