Voting Day Means No More Junk Mail

Finally the end of campaign litter is in sight! I voted two weeks ago, but the glossy leaflets and postcards have continued to jam up my mailbox. Do politicians really think people read the quantity of campaign gibberish they’ve been sending us? I don’t even want to talk about the phone calls. The good newsContinue reading “Voting Day Means No More Junk Mail”

Get Ready to Vote Annapolis!

I’ve been voting at the same location, since I first moved to Annapolis in 1984–Bates Middle School next to Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts. There is usually never a line, I just walk right in, give my name, get my voter’s card and walk over to one of the machines. But this morning IContinue reading “Get Ready to Vote Annapolis!”