Cindy Walsh for Governor of Maryland has been waiting for the elections results to be certified by the Maryland Board of Elections----the date is supposedly July 7. This will then allow me to file my court complaint contesting the election for governor because of systemic election violations. The law states that contesting a governor's race must be expedited so once I file the court should start and finish the case in a week. If I have to appeal to higher Maryland courts then the process will take about 2 weeks. So, by the last week in July we should know the status of the Democratic primary for governor and the general election. At that time I can file in Federal Court against the institutions committing the systemic election violations and this should be addressed by the end of August leaving me ready to participate in the general election either as a Democrat or a Green Party candidate for governor.
DON'T LEAVE THIS ELECTION SITE BECAUSE IT IS NOT OVER BY A LONG SHOT! SIMPLE RULE OF LAW WOULD HAVE CINDY WALSH WINNING THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY FOR GOVERNOR!
I spoke last time of the fact that newspapers do not fall under FCC regulation and they think they are free to do anything they like to effect elections and in Maryland that means complete blackout of candidates that are not neo-liberal or neo-conservative. The governor must be neo-liberal if Bill and Hillary are to push the Trans Pacific Trade Pact through....ergo, the Brown, Gansler, and Mizeur monopoly of this Democratic election. Today I would like you to look at what Cindy Walsh or any people's candidate is up against. Media consolidation in Maryland is so complete that most media are controlled by three global corporations:
The Nash Corporation now controlled by Jeff Bezos of Amazon.com
News Corporation now controlled by Rupert Murdoch
The Tribune Media Group on the cusp of bankruptcy so the cooperative now owning it will not soon. The Baltimore Sun Media Group will no doubt become a separate entity.
The Baltimore Sun and its media group shouted that they control which candidates in an election received coverage in what is a huge distribution of community news journals. They felt absolutely impunity to say what they wanted as did WYPR and other media groups in Maryland. Partly because there is no public justice holding them accountable and partly because every media outlet was doing it. Remember the massive financial frauds last decade-----we cannot prosecute because everyone was doing it we are told. That is what these media are banking on now. I can hear it now-----
WELL YOUR HONOR THE MARYLAND BOARD OF ELECTIONS AND ATTORNEY GENERAL DIDN'T REGULATE ---IT'S THEIR FAULT.
This is what was said of the bank frauds----the government didn't do its job so its not our fault! We know that is not true! Look below at how extensive the Baltimore Media Group has become covering all of Maryland just about with simple articles. The Baltimore Sun has cut so much staff it is no longer a news journal----it simply reposts what other people say. Think about the selection out in the communities you have when reaching for a newspaper----in central Maryland it will belong to the Baltimore Media Group. Even Baltimore City Paper was taken this year and that was the last progressive journalism in this area. As you see below they willfully left Cindy Walsh out of lists of candidates, interviews with candidates, or even a mention of my name!
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Maryland's 2014 candidates for governor [Pictures]
Photo Gallery | March 13, 2014 Baltimore Sun
The 2014 campaign for Maryland governor is well under way, with contested primary races in both the Democratic and Republican parties. The primary election is June 24. Candidates include three Democrats and four Republicans.
-- Michael Dresser
Read more: http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/politics/bal-marylands-2013-candidates-for-governor-20130606,0,5180246.photogallery#ixzz34ntdZlmf
All four republican candidates in every mention of the primary candidates because they know that is the law----but not for the Democratic candidates! How can you have a race when 3 of the candidates are yanked at the starting line? The pols were not polling or raising much money throughout so that is not the reason 3 democrats were left out......it was the platform of corporate and government accountability, public justice, and anti-global corporations. None of the candidates featured said anything about these issues because they were neo-liberals and neo-cons.
My lawsuit claims False Statements against these media outlet that chose to misrepresent a government document-----the Maryland Election listing for Governor of Maryland. False Statements go to any willful and deliberate false statement made by press but this goes to a government document and cannot happen. The second issue is defamation against Cindy Walsh as they willfully and deliberately and with malice sought to damage me and my campaign.
IT IS CLEAR----WITHOUT A REASONABLE DOUBT AND THEREFOR IT IS ILLEGAL.
VOTER GUIDE 2014 Baltimore Sun
Maryland is gearing up for a heated gubernatorial race. The primary is June 24.
Select a candidate to learn more about his/her campaign, background and stance on important issues.
Anthony G. Brown
Douglas F. Gansler
Heather R. Mizeur
David R. Craig
Democratic gubernatorial candidates, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, left, and Rep. Heather Mizeur, D-Montgomery, center, wait for a Democratic gubernatorial primary debate to begin as fellow candidate, Attorney General Doug Gansler, signs a book for moderator Jeff Salkin at Maryland Public Television's studios in Owings Mills, Md., Monday, June 2, 2014. The candidates are competing for a chance to succeed Democratic Gov. Martin O'Malley, who is unable to run for re-election due to term limits. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
Below is something that will be a first in court no doubt-----the press having a public election forum and excluding candidates. Public media and TV and radio sponsoring these forums are held to FCC and IRS election protections but when a newspaper leaves the realm of printed page-----can it have election forums that exclude? I think not. It simply becomes a public event that does need to adhere to Rule of Law. Remember, it is the State of Maryland that has dismantled all public venues for educating the public on policy and issues and offers not one venue during elections for assuring people are educated on issues and candidates before going to the poll. This newspaper forum would usually be partnered with the City of Baltimore or State of Maryland as an event but they are pretending they can do it themselves and that all of this falls under the exclusion of 'Editorials'----newspaper editorials can select and omit in any way as freedom of press rules. This is an illegal categorization of editorial-----a political conversation online with readers commenting taken to a public forum.
The Baltimore Sun created a candidate’s forum for the candidates in the Governor’s race with Cindy Walsh never included in any of these individual informal talks. These were not simply words on the page-----these were physical forums open to the public. This goes beyond the protection of press freedom. Identifying what is obviously simply an open forum as an editorial is simply done to allow it to be selective. This is not an editorial format and it is built to be a forum of candidates for Governor of Maryland. Top candidate does not describe Anthony Brown winning 12% of the registered democratic vote or Doug Gansler and Heather Mizeur with 5%. Lollar was not polling at all when he was included in this Newsmaker Forum and received 3% of republican votes. Again, not a top candidate. I'll give you a clue----Lollar has said at forums I participated that 'corporations love people and want to take care of people'----see why a candidate not having funds or polling made it into every event! Remember, it is women and people of color who lose the most when Rule of Law and Equal Protection is lost and corporations are dismantling both.
Newsmaker Forum: Larry Hogan [Editorial]
3:12 p.m. EDT, April 18, 2014 Baltimore Sun
The Sun continues its 2014 Newsmaker Forum series with Larry Hogan, a businessman and former state cabinet official who is seeking the Republican nomination for governor. Mr. Hogan will join in a conversation with Sun readers about issues in the upcoming the gubernatorial race, moderated by Sun Editorial Page Editor Andrew A. Green. This spring, we have hosted similar events with other top candidates from both parties to give readers the opportunity to get in-depth answers to their questions about those vying to lead this state.
Mr. Hogan will be at The Sun building at 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, from 7-8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 29. The event is free and open to the public, but tickets must be reserved in advance at sunnewsmakerhogan.eventbrite.com or by calling 410-332-6227. Questions may be submitted in advance to email@example.com. Please include "Newsmaker Forum" in the subject line.
Newsmaker forum hosts Charles Lollar Posted, 2014-05-13
Newsmaker Forum: Heather Mizeur March 07, 2014
The Baltimore Sun Newsmaker Forum: An Evening with Gubernatorial Candidate Doug Gansler Wednesday, February 19, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EST)
I wanted to speak of WBFF---the known conservative news outlet owned by News Corp. They do a very good job of covering news for the working class and poor and then load them with conservative politics and would of course not want Cindy Walsh for Governor of Maryland on their show. I worked hard to get their attention because of the audience here in Baltimore and my platform and they worked just as hard to make sure coverage did not happen.
Anyone living in Baltimore knows that WBFF has the best news programming and it offers the main source of journalistic oversight and accountability in the state so we do not want WBFF without a license----we simply want it following election law. Now, News Corporation and Rupert Murdoch are staunch conservatives and run a criminal enterprise in the UK---so they are not poster boys of media. My lawsuit will try to hold them responsible to FCC laws regarding elections and I go so far as seeking air time in their programming for labor and justice political views as part of the settlement. This will address the rights of citizens to go to the polls knowing the issues and candidates. I am including this with all the FCC and IRS regulated media involved in these election irregularities.
WBFF to host PRIME TIME MARYLAND
Updated: Tuesday, May 27 2014, 10:19 AM EDT BALTIMORE, MD (May 16, 2014) –
WBFF FOX45 is pleased to announce that it has finalized plans to host a political debate between the Democratic candidates running in the 2014 Maryland gubernatorial primary election. The debate will be moderated by FOX45 anchor Jennifer Gilbert. The debate will focus on issues of particular interest to the greater Baltimore community. It will air live in prime time on May 27 from 8:00-9:00 p.m. on WBFF FOX45 and simulcast on NewsChannel 8 in Washington, DC. The debate has been offered to television stations on the Eastern Shore and western Maryland. The debate will also stream live on WBFF's website, www.FOXBaltimore.com. "FOX45 is proud to host the only Baltimore-produced television debate. WBFF has always been committed to providing the most content to our viewers so they can make an informed decision on primary day," said FOX45 News Director Mike Tomko.
Attorney General Doug Gansler and Delegate Heather Mizeur have confirmed they will attend the debate. At this time, Lt. Governor Anthony Brown has declined to participate in this televised debate, but a spot on the stage has been reserved for him. "We hope the Lt. Governor recognizes the importance of the Baltimore vote and takes this opportunity to show voters that he is willing to address the issues that impact them the most," said Tomko. Questions for the candidates may be sent in from the public using social media. Questions via Twitter should use the hashtag #YourVoiceYourFuture. YouTube questions will also be accepted. Viewers should email a link to their YouTube question in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org The ticketed event will be hosted at the WBFF studios. Media space for the debate is limited and available to credentialed media only. Advanced media registration is required. To reserve a media spot, please email name, position, media affiliation and full contact information to email@example.com. WBFF is owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc., Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. is the largest and one of the most diversified television broadcasting companies with affiliations with all the major networks. Sinclair's television group will reach approximately 38.9% of U.S. television households. Sinclair owns equity interests in broadcast transmission- related companies and various non-broadcast related companies. The Company regularly uses its website as a key source of Company information which can be accessed at www.sbgi.net.
Read More at: http://www.foxbaltimore.com/news/features/top-stories/stories/wbff-fox45-host-prime-time-maryland-democratic-gubernatorial-debate-may-27-28199.shtml#.U57w9RA1M9U
June 24, 2014 05:48 EDT
WBFF FOX45 News
Maryland voters head to polls in 1st June primary June 24, 2014 05:48 EDT ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) –
Maryland voters are going to the polls to choose candidates for governor, attorney general and various state and local offices after a heated primary race. Voting precincts open at 7 a.m. in Maryland and will close at 8 p.m. Tuesday. In the Democratic primary for governor, voters will choose between Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, Attorney General Douglas Gansler and Del. Heather Mizeur. Brown rallied with supporters Monday night at his campaign headquarters in Largo, urging them to keep working until the end. Gansler was knocking on doors Monday night and then attended a lacrosse game with his youngest son. There are four candidates in the Republican gubernatorial primary. They are Harford County Executive David Craig, Del. Ronald George, Anne Arundel County businessman Larry Hogan and Charles County businessman Charles Lollar.
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Early in the primary WBFF had a republican forum with all of the republican candidates----even a newcomer like me----was allowed to participate but for some reason Cindy Walsh for Governor of Maryland just had no spot with FOX!
May 29, 2014
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From: Cindy Walsh for Governor of Maryland on the democratic ticket
RE: WBFF Fox News statement that all democratic candidates will be interviewed during the primary
This is Cindy Walsh contacting the WBFF station about a failure to invite my campaign on these primary events. The idea of having a televised debate that had only two candidates for governor already having months of saturated media attention and both garnering about 10% of democratic voter support while leaving 3 other candidates for governor out of the primary coverage completely is a failure of WBFF to provide what its listeners want----free and fair election coverage. The idea that politicians are going to be deemed ‘front-runners’ with campaign platforms that no one wants removes credibility of the media station’s commitment to providing election coverage in the public’s interest.
I have listened to WBFF newscasters say first that ‘there are no candidates for governor from Baltimore…..when of course I am the candidate from Baltimore and I have listened to newscasters say they are going to have all democratic candidates on to share their primary platforms but as of today----my campaign receives no response to my requests to the briefest of airtime. I am sending this message to Baltimore FOX as I am to Sinclair Broadcast Group.
Baltimore has one of the most captured of political systems and it is the media and how it approaches primary coverage that allows for a very crony and corrupt political system to thrive. I will assume Fox News wants its listeners to believe they support unbiased coverage of elections.
Cindy Walsh for Governor of Maryland is requesting yet again------I would like WBFF to give air time to my campaign as was given to Jaffe with posting of the full interview on their website.
News Corporation's control in Maryland extends to a News Corp station in Washington DC with a different licensee--- you see one media group taking media markets in states all over America and they are trying to purchase another group covering most of the south.
This is why media ignore Rule of Law-----as I was told by one Baltimore media staff when I said I was going to court----YOU WILL HAVE TO TAKE ON ALL MEDIA IN MARYLAND BECAUSE THEY ARE ALL DOING THIS! Well, that staff was right and they think there is power in numbers when Rule of Law would simply negate that. Maryland courts must uphold election law!
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Fox Network, O&Os and Affiliates Posted on September 18, 2012 by tgstaudt
by Thomas Staudt
Fox Television, owned by News Corp, is one of the “Big Four” television broadcasters in the United States, and also owns a wide portfolio of cable properties domestically. Fall 2012 was a busy time for many areas of the business.
Owned and Operated Stations Fox Sells WUTB in Baltimore
FOX Agrees to Sell O&O WUTB in Baltimore 
In May 2012, Fox Television reached an agreement with Sinclair Broadcasting to renew the Fox affiliations on 19 Sinclair owned stations for five years. As part of the agreement, Sinclair paid $25 million for the Fox affiliation on WBFF in Baltimore, as well as an option to purchase the Fox owned and operated station in Baltimore, WUTB, by March 31, 2013. The station had served as leverage for Fox when negotiating with Sinclair, since Fox would threaten pulling the Baltimore Fox affiliation from Sinclair’s flagship, WBFF, and switching to their own WUTB. WUTB is the MyNetwork affiliate in Baltimore, and was unique as the only MyNetwork station owned in the Fox television portfolio. 
On November 29, 2012, Sinclair exercised the option to purchase WUTB, paying an additional $2.7 million. Because Sinclair owns WBFF in Baltimore, the sale is between Fox Television corporate, and a third party Deerfield Communications, controlled by sole shareholder Stephen Mumblow. Sinclair will control the station through operations contracts with Deerfield. Sinclair will also owe an additional $25 million to Fox, unless Fox exercises an option to acquire certain stations from Sinclair’s current portfolio. WUTB is the third Sinclair controlled station in Baltimore, as they also control the CW station, WNUV, owned by Cunningham Broadcasting- which is owned by the children of Sinclair’s shareholders. 
Fox Owned and Operated Stations Receive Uniform Graphics and Music Update The Fox owned and operated stations (17 stations) rolled out a uniform graphics update for locally produced programming during the first week of November, 2012. The changes are for show and segment openings, as well as lower third graphics. The Fox rectangular logo has largely been replaced with the Fox name, and appears with 3D and circular elements. The standard music package has also been slightly adjusted. Finally, Fox owned stations have standardized the practice of showing reporter’s Twitter handles, rather than email addresses under their name on air. 
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Maryland's Washington beltway is covered by the Washington Post just as central Maryland is covered by the Baltimore Media Group. It has all of the gazettes in multiple counties and it excluded Cindy Walsh for Governor of Maryland just as the other media groups. Voter's Guides are considered places that must give equal protection and in this case The Gazette invited me to complete the questionnaire and then took it on themselves to pretend I did not submit it. NO RESPONSE was the only mention of Cindy Walsh in this media outlet's Voter's Guide.
The Gazette covers a wide area of Maryland reaching many essential voting blocks in any state-wide democratic race such as Governor of Maryland. The Montgomery County/Prince Georges County voting block is large and it is without a doubt that many voters in this area wanted to see the platform offered by Cindy Walsh for Governor of Maryland. I received 1% of Montgomery County votes while completely censured with Anthony Brown not much further ahead. When it deliberately and willfully alters a Maryland Election list to exclude a candidate as it did with Cindy Walsh for Governor of Maryland it knows it does damage to the plaintiff’s campaign. Several attempts by the plaintiff to correct false statements went without response and therefore shows malice on the part of The Gazette. The Gazette not only excluded Cindy Walsh from any election coverage, it deliberately misrepresented the fact that the plaintiff completed and returned an election questionnaire for its Voters Guide and posted in the place of my questionnaire responses a ‘did not respond’ that made my campaign look disengaged. Whereas print and internet news journals may not fall under FCC regulation and therefore subject to election laws protecting candidates for elected office and the citizens who choose to vote, they are held accountable to laws forbidding False Statements of Fact and defamation caused by violating this statute.
The Washington Post is now owned by Jeff Bezos and with these community newspapers will control all of the Washington Beltway news distribution. The community newspaper group publishes ten Montgomery County editions (Germantown, Silver Spring/Takoma Park, Gaithersburg, Bethesda, Potomac, Burtonsville, Wheaton, Rockville, Olney and Damascus), two Carroll County editions (Mount Airy and Sykesville/Eldersburg) and eight Prince George's County editions (Largo, Hyattsville, College Park, Upper Marlboro, Bowie, Landover, Laurel and Clinton). This consolidation requires a strong ruling with penalties that will keep a billion dollar corporation ready to meet Rule of Law as regards all elections.