WISE’s own Marilyn Higgs writes the facts in her letter to the editor of the Washington Post. September 10, 2020 at 5:18 p.m. EDT Regarding Catherine Rampell’s Sept. 4 op-ed, “Here’s some math the right might accept”: Frustratingly, I have heard President Trump’s false… Continue Reading “Trump’s false economic claims aren’t a reason to vote for him”
From Phoenix Geimer’s OpEd in The Capital: My siblings and I appreciate Jim Schropp’s thoughtful response to state Sen. Bryan Simonaire’s exercise in misdirection, but we feel the need to add a few points. In his first paragraph, Simonaire states, “Words cannot convey the… Continue Reading “A must read and must share from The Capital: Wendi Winters’ son: Simonaire must reject shallow rhetoric and actually help end mass shootings”
December 17, 2018 Dear Democratic Party Committee Chair, We are writing today to express our dissatisfaction with the Democratic Party power brokers in Maryland who, despite our hard work and allegiance to the Democratic message, have neglected the residents of District 33. We are… Continue Reading “A Message From District 33 Constituents to the Democratic Leadership”
I’ve been county executive for a month. I’ve learned some things and look forward to learning more. Our county government has good staff. We have smart, experienced, hard-working people leading most departments, and they don’t care what political party their boss comes from. They… Continue Reading “Steuart Pittman: We’re listening to the people, not the fearmongering. County Executive Report on 287g”
Open Letter to Our WISE SistersDear Members, We are writing to thank you for your support and effort on this WISE journey over the past 22 months. It is a good time to put these midterm results in context, to take stock of our… Continue Reading “An Important Message from the WISE Steering Committee: Post Election Stock Taking”
Is this the America you want? If not, VOTE and VOTE for the party that wants common sense immigration reform NOT family separation , kids in cages and asylum seekers fleeing violence turned away at the border.
Candidates Endorsed by Caucus of African American Leaders Connecting the Dots Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ 3A) Caucus of African American Leaders, Connecting the Dots, and SURJ of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County are local, grassroots organizations working to promote equity and justice… Continue Reading “Thanks to the Caucus of African American Leaders and Connecting the Dots for their voting guide.”