- The Washington Post says "The county would be better served by Cheryl C. Kagan ..."
- Endorsed by the Firefighters and Police as "strong on public safety issues."
- Endorsed by the Sierra Club for my "proven track record" on the environment!
- Endorsed by SEIU as "a strong voice... committed to issues important to working families."
- Endorsed by the B-CC Chamber of Commerce PAC as a business-friendly candidate.
- Endorsed as the "better advocate for the environment" by MD League of Conservation Voters.
- Endorsed by MC NOW for my commitment to "promoting women’s equality."
- Endorsed by NARAL Pro-Choice Maryland as the "real leader" in District 17.
- Endorsed by CASA in Action as a "courageous and effective" advocate for these difficult times.
Post Endorses in State Legislative RacesPublished: Sunday, August 22, 2010 7:00 am By: Adam Pagnucco Source: Maryland Politics Watch
The Washington Post has made its endorsements in state legislative
races. The endorsed candidates are:
District 14 Senate: Rona Kramer
District 14 House: Anne Kaiser, Bo Newsome, Jodi Finkelstein
District 15 House: Brian Feldman, Kathleen Dumais, Aruna Miller
District 16 House: Bill Frick, Susan Lee, Hrant Jamgochian
District 17 Senate: Cheryl Kagan
District 18 Senate: Rich Madaleno
District 18 House: Ana Sol Gutierrez, Dana Beyer, Vanessa Atterbeary
District 19 Senate: Roger Manno
District 19 House: Ben Kramer, Bonnie Cullison, Sam Arora
District 20 House: Sheila Hixson, Tom Hucker, Heather Mizeur
District 39 Senate: Nancy King
District 39 House: Charles Barkley, Kirill Reznik, Bob Hydorn
The Post went against MCEA a great many times when it had a choice, picking non-Apple candidates Rona Kramer, Bo Newsome, Jodi Finkelstein, Hrant Jamgochian, Cheryl Kagan, Rich Madaleno, Dana Beyer, Vanessa Atterbeary, Roger Manno, Sam Arora and Bob Hydorn over Apple-supported Karen Montgomery, Craig Zucker, Eric Luedtke, Ariana Kelly, Jennie Forehand, Jeff Waldstreicher, Al Carr, Mike Lenett, Jay Hutchins and Shane Robinson. Surprisingly, the Post endorsed former MCEA President Bonnie Cullison, whom it blasted in February. Beyer and Atterbeary beat out Waldstreicher and Carr because of the latter two Delegates' opposition to rail on the Purple Line.
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