By Lou Peck
Local real estate agent Ted Duncan, who spent a decade pursuing an acting career in New York and Los Angeles, appears ready to try his luck on a different stage.
With barely a month until the Feb. 25 filing deadline, Duncan is one of two likely late entrants in the race for state delegate in Bethesda/Potomac-based District 16. He expects to make a final decision this week. Also poised to join the contest in the coming weeks is Peter Dennis, an attorney/businessman who made an unsuccessful 2010 bid for delegate in the district.
Beyond the gubernatorial race, the campaign finance reports released last week tell several other fascinating stories. You can already detect the storylines – and some of the potential major players – of upcoming elections.
A Real Mayoral Primary in 2016?
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake had less money in her campaign account than both City Council President Jack Young and former Mayor Sheila Dixon – potential rivals when she runs for reelection in 2016 – even though she raised more money in the past year.
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