ANNAPOLIS — A Maryland doctor on Wednesday formally filed papers to run in the Democratic primary next year in the state’s 1st Congressional District. Dr. John LaFerla said at the Maryland State Board of Elections that he wants to get a quick start. He also said he plans to end his medical practice as an […]
A former Maryland congressional candidate was fined $5,000 and ordered to perform 500 hours of community service after she admitted to illegally voting in two states during the same general election, a state prosecutor announced Friday. Wendy Rosen, 58, pleaded guilty in Baltimore County Circuit Court to voting illegally in Maryland in the 2006 and […]
Wendy W. Rosen, who ended a run for Congress last September when it was disclosed she had voted in both Maryland and Florida in two prior elections, was charged Thursday with two counts of illegal voting.
Just a few government headlines from Maryland publications this Tuesday morning.
ANNAPOLIS — A Democratic congressional candidate from Maryland dropped out Monday after that state’s Democratic party said she had voted in both Maryland and Florida in the 2006 general election and in the 2008 presidential primaries. Wendy Rosen confirmed by phone to the Associated Press that she was withdrawing from the 1st District congressional race […]
Maryland congressional candidate Wendy Rosen is focusing on the general election after her opponent conceded the race for the Democratic nomination in the 1st District. The Cockeysville businesswoman led Chestertown physician John LaFerla Thursday by 82 votes out of more than 25,000 cast after state election officials counted most of the absentee and provisional ballots. […]
WASHINGTON — Democrat John LaFerla says he’s not conceding to apparent nominee Wendy Rosen in the primary election in Maryland’s 1st Congressional District. Rosen led by 126 votes out of more than 24,000 cast in Tuesday’s election. The State Board of Elections said Monday that votes from one precinct with 88 registered Democrats remained to […]