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May 26, 2014

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Scott E

Hope this helps learn more about the candidates:

Howard County Democratic Central Committee – May Technology Scorecard http://wp.me/p4dBsm-jL

Candace Dodson-Reed

Thank you!

Alan

Doesn't the central committee have to be gender balanced though?

Alan

to be clear, the gender balance requirement is beyond stupid. candidates should be elected on their merit. as it stands, people who get the most votes don't necessarily get to serve. that's now how it's supposed to work.

Jonathan

Oh MM....so much to say...so little time to say it! Thanks for grouping me in as a great candidate. Much appreciated. But I do disagree with the premise of your blog. True, Michael has been a Democratic activist since before most of us were born...but to say that he is out of touch is highly inaccurate. And to Alan...the State Democratic Party does require that the central committee be gender balanced. Whether that will ever change in the near future is doubtful.

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