Former Mayor of Capitol Heights ADMITS spending campaign funds on personal use, State Senator C. Anthony Muse set to announce his U.S. Senate bid tonight at The Camelot, Blair Underwood launches line of Suits with K&G Fashion Superstore, Will Redistricting take away Bowie’s clout?
Darrell Miller, former mayor of Capitol Heights 2006-2010, admitted in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court that he spent $1000 intended for his District 7 County Council seat campaign on personal expenses.Â He was sentenced to 2 years of supervised probation, 300 hours of community service, and $2000 in fines.
- CUE: O’Jays, “For the Love of Money”
In this corner, State Senator representing PGCo’s District 26 since 2007, C. Anthony Muse.Â In the other corner, Senator Ben Cardin, U.S. Senator since 2006.Â Ding, ding, DING!!!!Â The first punch will be thrown tonight at 6:30 pm at the Camelot on Central AvenueÂ where C. Anthony Muse will Â host his campaign kick off.Â WhoÂ will you support?
Blair Underwood is launching the BU line of suits, which feature 2 and 3 button vested suits, shirts, and shoes.Â “I wanted this collection to be available to every man without a steep price barrier,” said Underwood. “I felt K&G was a great partner to launch this line because of their ability to bring well-made designer clothing to the public at affordable prices.”
- Check it out at K&G online.Â Type in “Blair Underwood.”Â SHOP AWAY!
Bowie’s Mayor Robinson is concerned that with the new redistricting plan could cause a loss of a state delegate, thereby reducing it’s influence with the state legislature. Currently there are 2 delegates for Bowie.Â New redistricting boundaries would leave them with just the one and double the size of District 23b while cutting the size of District 23a in half.