Baker and PG political elite to take to media to push Question 7

The leadership of Prince George’s County today will take to their bully pulpit in the hopes of swaying weary county residents about the need to support Question 7 that has struggled in recent polls.

Prince George’s County Executive, County Council Members, Senators, Delegates and Municipal Leaders to Hold Press Conference on Question 7

Upper Marlboro, MD – Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker. III, will be joined by over 20 elected officials from Prince George’s County including  County Council Members, County Members of the Maryland House of Delegates and State Senate, along with municipal leaders from around the County to discuss Question 7, the expansion of gaming in Maryland ballot referendum today Thursday, October 11, at 6:00 p.m. at the Prince George’s County Administration Building (CAB) in the County Executive’s Office.

WHAT:                 Press conference on Question 7

WHO:                   Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III, Members of the Prince George’s County Council, Members of the House of Delegates from Prince George’s County, Members of the State Senate from Prince George’s County, Prince George’s County Municipal Leaders

WHEN:                 Thursday, October 11, 6:00 p.m.

WHERE:               Prince George’s County Administration Building

County Executive Office, 5th Floor 14741 Governor Oden Bowie Drive Upper Marlboro, MD


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One thought on “Baker and PG political elite to take to media to push Question 7

  1. Vote NO!!! to Question 7. Not only PG county but Maryland in general does not need the Casino Industry to produce or create jobs. We are a better state than that. There were Slots in MD at one time, the industry created crime and unwanted types of individuals. We don’t need to back down that path. That’s why they were done away with. We should be supporting In dusty like the Solar Panel company that went out of business due to the Chinese Industry Companies that we can sell products to the world and not just bleed out our own residents.

    What has the Gambling Industry done for Atlantic City after all they promised?
    Atlantic City was a novelty and once the novelty wears off look what we are stuck with. WVA is another novelty don’t let this happen here in MD.

    In reality what has it done for WVA? Have you seen any real improvements from the result of the Gambling Industry in WVA?

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