CENTREVILLE — Queen Anne’s County saw an impressive turnout of early voters for the general election with 25.25 percent of eligible voters casting their ballots during early voting — second highest rate of turnout in the state. Queen Anne’s was led by Talbot and followed by Kent in terms of …
CENTREVILLE — It was a Republican sweep in Queen Anne’s County Tuesday night, Nov. 6, as voters elected all GOP candidates for every race from county commission through judge of Orphans’ Court. The General Election saw a 61.87 percent turnout with 22,057 of the county’s 35,648 registered vot…
EASTON — The League of Women Voters held a candidates forum on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 21, for Maryland’s First Congressional District’s U.S. House of Representatives seat at the Easton branch of the Talbot County Free Library.
CENTREVILLE — On Nov. 6, the Queen Anne’s County Orphans’ Court ballot will include three Democrats and three Republicans offering varying experience for the bench.
CENTREVILLE — For the second time, candidates for the Queen Anne’s County Commission faced off in a forum, this one hosted by the League of Women’s Voters on Monday, Oct. 15, in the county office building on Vincit Street.
CENTREVILLE — A slate of state issues were on tap for Jesse Colvin, Democratic candidate for Maryland’s First Congressional District, at a town hall meeting at the Queen Anne’s County Library in Centreville Monday, Oct. 8.
CENTREVILLE — Jim Coulter can thank excellent timing and examples of public service within his family for inspiring him to run as the Democratic candidate for the District 3 Queen Anne’s County Commission seat.
STEVENSVILLE — Queen Anne’s County Commissioner Mark Anderson, from District 4, has endorsed Chris Corchiarino, who ousted Anderson in the Republican primary. He faces Democrat Deborah Krueger in the general election.
CENTREVILLE — Issues facing Queen Anne’s residents are a top priority for incumbent Sheriff Gary Hofmann. Three of those — the opioid epidemic, critical incident response, and traffic — rank among Hofmann’s top priorities, he said.
CHESTER — Independent U.S. Senate candidate Neal Simon, 49, of Potomac, Md. (Montgomery County), made a recent stop in Queen Anne’s County as part of what he called a “listening tour.”