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Mackenzie Boughey isn’t old enough to vote yet, but she spent the first couple weeks of March writing letters to all 188 state senators and delegates, asking them to listen to people her age.

“I’m doing all I can now, but it’s hard when you can’t actually vote,” said Ma...

October 8, 2017

Recent articles in the Capital regarding the primary elections lamented the low turnout of Annapolis voters on September 19 with just 26.3%.  On September 27, the Capital commented, “Ward 4 did see a slight bump from 2013 when just 10.2 percent of voters went to the po...

August 29, 2017

It was a great day for food, music...and politicians!  The 2017 Unity Day Picnic held on Saturday, August 26, at Harbour House/Eastport Terrace was a resounding success, judging from the approximately 150 attendees who feasted on hot dogs, fried chicken,  baked macaron...

August 16, 2017

Guess how many registered voters actually voted in the 2013 primary election for mayor and aldermen? You probably guessed too high. According to the city’s website, out of approximately 38,546 Annapolis residents, only 19,095 were registered voters and just 22.6% voted...

June 26, 2017

Action Annapolis is committed to advocating for high quality, comprehensive, confidential, nondiscriminatory health care coverage. We want affordable and accessible healthcare for everyone. We support meaningful healthcare reform that meets the needs for all Americans...

May 26, 2017

If you’re an Annapolis resident, you’ve probably heard of Housing Authority of Annapolis but don’t really understand its function.   HACA, as it is more commonly known, was created from a hybrid of federal and city laws and regulations to provide public housing.


May 9, 2017

In the wake of Mayor Mike Pantiledes’ appointment of a panel of five men, four of whom are not City residents, to select the next Chief of Police, Action Annapolis wondered just how many women have been appointed by the Mayor Board and Commissions and Department Heads....

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