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Committee members fall victim to bad info

The members of Ocean Pines Association’s Election Committee didn’t have to resign last week, and as far as is publicly known, no one expected them to  after the board of directors and some of the candidates in the summer’s election realized that the vote totals didn’t add up. How it turned out that more votes… Read more »

Letter to the Editor

Supporting sportsplex  and one voter’s reasons Editor, I am writing to express my support, and encourage others, in voting yes to question A for the proposed sports complex in Worcester County. A number of years ago, I was involved in amateur soccer organizations. First in the Baltimore metro area, and then statewide in Maryland, and… Read more »

Letter to the Editor

Urging voters look at sportsplex deal Editor, We have all heard the expression, “the devil is in the details.” Now and until Nov. 8, Worcester County residents are going to be asked a ballot question. Question A will appear on the Nov. 8 ballot as well as the mail-in ballots people are starting to receive…. Read more »

Letter to the Editor

Sports complex vote yays and nays Editor, Worcester County voters who have requested mail-in ballots may start to receive them any day. I encourage all those voting by mail, as well as those voting in person and by absentee ballot to vote against Question A. Vote against: The use of public funds for the construction… Read more »

Burrell, Green, Knerr deserve appreciation

The Town of Berlin’s election Tuesday, such as it was, did end up being a squeaker in the only contest on the ballot, as 4th District incumbent Dean Burrell edged out challenger Tony Weeg by a mere two votes. Burrell, who has run uncontested numerous times, took 51.3 percent of the total tally to gain… Read more »

OP’s vote tally trouble comes at tough time

Of all the times to have a problem with vote totals, what with some states creating election integrity units in response to imaginary troubles their own elections officials have repeatedly refuted, the Ocean Pines Association’s discovery of a huge vote total disparity in its last election is more than unfortunate. It’s distressing because any number… Read more »