On Sunday, 7 August More thanpolice officers will be deployed at 94, polling stations on the day.
The year-oldRosen, who won a Democratic primary last year to challenge Republican Rep. The revelation last Septembeended her run. The sentence is the result of a plea agreement with the Maryland State Prosector's Office. Rosen will also serve hours of community service.
Rosen apologized to campaign supporters Friday, but also said she hoped the incident would shine a light on what she described as more serious examples of voter fraud. She argued that some states take great efforts to keep the poor and minorities from voting, for instance.
Rosen, who runs a Baltimore publishing business, had a tough fight for the Democratic nomination last April but beat Chestertown physician John LaFerla by 57 votes in the primary. The controversy — brought to light by state Democratic leaders two months before the Nov. With Rosen out, party leaders endorsed the return of LaFerla as a write-in candidate.
Harris, meanwhile, coasted to reelection in November with more than 63 percent of the vote. She said she did so to help a friend who was running for City Council. Maryland and Florida held gubernatorial and congressional contests in and Davitt said in a statement.
Rosen had publicly criticized media coverage of the charges against her, which were detailed in a press release issued by prosecutors in December. She said she had reached a plea agreement before the release was issued, which is true.The editorial board of The Plain Dealer and ashio-midori.com endorses Ken Harbaugh for Ohio's 7th Congressional District in the Nov.
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