Check out this morning's #DailyDose where we pay homage to our fallen comrade Congressman Elijah Cummings (D-07) who passed away earlier this morning due to a longstanding fight with illness. The first African American to ever be appointed Speaker Pro Tem here in the State of Maryland, Cummings served in the 7th congressional district since 1996, following the resignation of former congressman Kweisi Mfume. We also discuss the trial that landed one Baltimore police officer is jail for the next five years, while we remember the conviction of America's #1 gangster back in 1931. We also cover the story of Council President Brandon Scott's call for surplus $$ going to city schools while one administrative official of Mayor Bernard 'Jack' Young says its nothing more than a campaign stunt. And we discuss two Maryland Matters articles, including a payout coming to five men who served 120-years collectively for crimes they did not commit, as well as a meeting of MD State Senators next week that may lead to the resignation of the nation's longest serving Senate President, Thomas 'Mike' Miller. All that and more from the area's #1 live-streamed and podcasted broadcast station,   

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DMVDailyDose - Wednesday, October 16, 2019

October 16, 2019

In todays #DailyDose find out a few significant events that took place on this day in history, as well the blockbuster trade involving the Baltimore Ravens and L.A. Rams #MrPolitics also discusses a Maryland Matters article about the recommendations made by the Kirwan Commission, the bail set for the alleged shooter of a 3-year old child, last nights democratic presidential debate as well as pending legislation that could fix a practice deemed unconstitutional by the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals. All that and more only on DMVDaily’s Daily Dose. 

DMVDailyDose - Monday, October 14, 2019

October 14, 2019

Check out today's #WeekendWrapUp as I discuss the best thing I read this weekend coming from Maryland Matters, as well as the best thing I witnessed this weekend involving one city council member. We discuss the Baltimore #Ravens victory and the history made by both Justin Tucker and Lamar Jackson, as well as the announcement by one former Ravens player who's calling it quits. We discuss the historic levels of violence we witnessed over the weekend, including a poll that pits area residents against their district representatives with a proposed crime-fighting program, while also offering up a tidbit of information regarding a historic event happening later today! All that and more, including Alexa informing us about what this day means, and what the forecase will be for this second Monday of October. #DMVDailyNews #MrPolitics 

DMVDailyDose - Friday, October 11, 2019

October 11, 2019

Find out what the Washington Mystics did for the first time in team history, as the historic venture by former Congressman J.C. Watts. Two democratic delegates were appointed to Baltimore County House seats by Republican Governor Larry Hogan; find out who they are and the history they are both making as representatives of these two districts. Also, we cover the Colin Campbell stories in the Baltimore Sun outlining the latest bloodshed to occur across the City of Baltimore. Find out how many people were shot and killed over the past two days, and where we stand this year in the # of homicides we've witnessed in 2019. All that and more on this episode of the #DailyDose with #MrPolitics 

DMVDailyDose - Thursday, October 10, 2019

October 10, 2019

Check out the bizarre twist that occurred at a recent Fox45 sponsored political town hall, and why citizens are angry! Also, a Maryland Matters article exposes the Republican-controlled local board of elections, and why Baltimore City voters won't have a chance to get an eight Early Voting site in West Baltimore, even though they currently don't have one accessible to area residents. Also, did you know that Republican Governor Larry Hogan decided to choose two democratic appointees for the city's Board of Elections that the democratic state central committee didn't choose as their representatives? All that and more on today's morning #DailyDose

DMVDailyDose - Wednesday, October 9, 2019

October 9, 2019

Get your morning wake-up with articles from the Baltimore Sun and the Baltimore Brew regarding the scathing report issued by the FOP Lodge #3 as well as the 'gag order' bill that passed second reader in the Baltimore City Council, what it means and will the Mayor veto the measure! All that and more in your 5-minute recap of news and information!