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Baltimore city, two other jurisdictions to have contested judicial elections in November

The sitting judges on the Baltimore City Circuit Court. From left: Judge Audrey J.S. Carrion, Judge Wanda Keyes Heard, Judge Karen Chaya Friedman, Judge Michael A. DiPietro, Judge Cynthia H. Jones and Judge Shannon E. Avery. (Photo courtesy of Baltimore City Sitting Judges Committee)

The race for six seats on the Baltimore City Circuit Court will remain contested, with one of the two challengers garnering enough support in Tuesday’s primary to make it onto November’s general election ballot. Circuit court judges appeared on both ...

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With Rawlings-Blake bowing out, business looks for its candidate

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake exits a news conference after announcing she will not seek re-election next year, Friday, in Baltimore.   Rawlings-Blake said she believes she could have won re-election, pointing to her work on the city’s budget and pension system. However, she said, not seeking re-election was the best decision for the city and for her family.  (Kenneth K. Lam/The Baltimore Sun via AP)

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s unexpected announcement that she’s not seeking re-election caught business leaders off guard, but some are now wondering if that decision presents an opportunity to get behind a candidate sympathetic to their needs. At times, the relationship ...

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Neverdon to proceed as write-in candidate

Russell A. Neverdon Sr. (File photo)

Minutes after receiving a ruling that will keep him off November’s general election ballot, Russell A. Neverdon Sr. had a new slogan for his independent campaign to become the next Baltimore City State’s Attorney: Right this wrong and write me in.

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