Dear Friend,
 
It's hard to believe, but this year's campaign season is in full swing: the primary election is on June 24, 2014 and the General election is on November 4, 2014.  After two terms in the Maryland House of Delegates, I have announced that I am running for the Maryland State Senate.
 
With your help, we have been able to accomplish so much in the district -- including hundreds of millions of dollars of investments in new schools and community centers, enhanced parks, and historic investments in environmental clean-up.  Just last year, I helped lead the charge in securing hundreds of thousands of dollars for projects that will commemorate our community's role in the War of 1812, funding a building that will help several nonprofits working with youth and families in the district, and millions more towards a housing initiative that will continue to grow and strengthen our historic communities.  All the while, I have continued to fight in Annapolis for the working class values that were instilled in me as a child.  
 
While we have accomplished a lot, there remains more important work to be done.  That is why I am running for the state Senate: to continue fighting for more meaningful jobs, better schools, safer streets, and a cleaner environment.
 
I invite you to join me and the rest of "Team O" in this important effort!
 
Best regards,
Delegate John Olszewski, Jr.

Candidate for State Senate -- District 6

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Political Roundup - Local Political News From The Eagle's Ben Boehl

Ben Boehl, The Dundalk Eagle on April 9, 2014

The primary election is less than three months away, and there are five Democrats running for the Baltimore County Council, 11 Democrats and nine Republicans running for the House of Delegates, and the typical long list of candidates running for Democratic and Republican central committees.

With all these candidates, could we see some tickets form before the primary?

Del. John Olszewski Jr., the frontrunner in this year’s state Senate race, is rumored to be in the process of forming a ticket.

In 2006 and 2010, Olszewski was part of the local Democratic incumbent ticket headed by Sen. Norman Stone and also including delegates Joseph “Sonny” Minnick and Michael Weir.

With Minnick and Stone retiring, and Olszewski  — the top local vote-getter in 2010 — in a position to possibly influence the other local Democratic races, talk of an Olszewski-led ticket has begun — and so has some jockeying for a spot on that ticket, according to The Senate hopeful.

There have been multiple reports that House candidate and long time Olszewski family ally Ed Crizer would be on the ticket ...

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2014 End of Session Report
By: on April 14, 2014

Dear Friend,

Now that this year’s 2014 legislative session has officially drawn to a close, I am pleased to provide you with my Annual End of Session Report.  Sending these updates is important to me because it reflects ...

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Ben Boehl, The Dundalk Eagle on April 9, 2014

The primary election is less than three months away, and there are five Democrats running for the Baltimore County ...

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Hybrid School Board Bill Advances In Legislature
Nicole Rodman, The Dundalk Eagle on April 9, 2014

Proponents of an elected school board in Baltimore County are getting closer to making their vision a reality. On ...

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Accord Reached On County School Board Bill
Timothy B. Wheeler and Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun on April 9, 2014

Parents who have fought for years to get an elected school board in Baltimore County have won key support for a ...

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