Leon Purnell Comments on Kappa Brother, Sen. Clarence Mitchell, III's Homegoing
Purnell said that Mitchell was one who stood up for the people. He said that Mitchell stood out, especially in a day and time when so many politicians run for cover in the heat of the storm. Read in Full >>
C. Anthony Muse for US Senate :: Eden's Lounge :: Baltimore :: 3.15.12
Baltimore-born Prince George's County State Senator C. Anthony Muse is challenging incumbent Maryland US Senator Ben Cardin on Tuesday, April 3rd. Read in Full >>
Guest Editorial: Senator Catherine Pugh's Letter Concerning Maryland Democratic Party Luncheon :: Steny Hoyer
Make no mistake; these sentiments have nothing to do with a preference for any candidate. This is about our values, respect and our contribution to the forum of Party unity. We need only take note of the contentious, political cannibalism on view with the republican candidates for President. Self interest and a disregard for their Party’s larger goal may very well prevent them from victory. Read in Full >>
C. Anthony Muse :: Pro-Black Business
"I think it's time to end it. Don't you?" - C. Anthony Muse Read in Full >>
Pugh Makes Comments; bolts for door at Gov.'s Redistricting Hearing
Annapolis: Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland chair states the caucus will meet with the powers that be. Read in Full >>
Catherine Pugh: A Vision for Baltimore
Catherine Pugh is a candidate for Mayor of Baltimore, '11 Read in Full >>
Countdown to September 13th: WOLB 1010 AM's Larry Young
News talk morning host gives his take on upcoming citywide election in Baltimore, 7.26.11 Read in Full >>
AFL-CIO Endorsements for 2011 Baltimore Elections Held at 2700 Patapsco, 7.21.11
Cory McCray, formerly of the Young Trade Unionists, suggests "jobs" is the key issue in this upcoming election on Sept. 13th; Pugh grand entrance. Read in Full >>
The Glover Report: COUNTDOWN TO SEPTEMBER 13th: Why Redistricting Isn’t Being Mentioned in the News Thus Far
As for redistricting, Prince George’s County got one of Baltimore’s state legislative districts as a result of the 2000 US Census.
Now, redistricting is upon us once again (Remember the Census last year?).
Once again, Baltimore is set to lost yet another state legislative district to Prince George’s County.
That means, in a nutshell, that State Sen. Lisa Gladden, State Sen. Catherine Pugh, or State Sen. Verna Jones will lose their seat when the Governor sets the map. Read in Full >>
Countdown to September 13th: PUGH ENTERS 2011 MAYORAL RACE
Catherine E. Pugh is currently the State Senator for the 40th legislative district in Maryland – a chunk of Baltimore that includes Hampden and coppin State University. Currently in her second term, she has also served as a Delegate in that district, and as a Baltimore City Councilperson from 1999 to 2004.
Her announcement yesterday makes this her second attempt at citywide office. Her first attempt was in ’03 where she lost to Sheila Dixon in the race for Council presidency.
However, if you know Pugh - you know she is a tenacious campaigner and hardly a quitter. Like a rubber ball, she tends to always bounce back! Read in Full >>
Pugh Announces Run for Mayor of Baltimore
40th District State Senator/former Delegate and Councilwoman steps up to the plate ... finally. In a busy field, Pugh came out with a diverse fan base, including Scott Donahoo and Dorothy Brunson. It's on and poppin', now! Read in Full >>
Senator Catherine Pugh Enters Baltimore's Mayor's Race '11
Mayoral candidate discusses how lead paint poisoning's impact on the family: "We must pay!" Pugh pledges creation of an endowment fund to pay damages to lead paint victims. Read in Full >>