Cheap Cigarettes,Newport Cigarettes Website: Newport Regular Cigarettes with 3 Cartons ($33 per carton)
27A delegate seeks re After 36 years of representing District 27A in the Maryland House of Delegates, Del. Joseph F. Vallario Jr. (D) said he is running for re election because more to be done. longtime resident of Upper Marlboro and practicing attorney for the last 46 years, Vallario, 73, said that if re elected for a 10th term, his priorities would include finding ways to pay teachers more so they stay in local schools and pushing for progress on stalled road improvement projects. a lawyer and legislator, I tried to be responsive, he said. just want to make sure I do right. is running for re election to District 27A, which includes southeastern Prince George's County and a portion of northwest Calvert County. Nine other Democrats have filed to run for the two seats: Barry A. Adams of Aquasco; Percel O. Alston of Upper Marlboro; Sheri Beach, whose campaign filing lists an Upper Marlboro address; Jeffery L. Brockington of Clinton; Russell P. Butler of Dunkirk; Theron Green of Accokeek; Joe Harris of Upper Marlboro; fellow incumbent Del. James E. Proctor Jr. of Accokeek; and James Woods of Upper Marlboro. Two Republicans, Mike Hethmon of Upper Marlboro and Antoinette Jarboe Duley of Upper Marlboro, also have filed. The filing deadline was July 6. Primary elections are scheduled for Sept. 14, and the general election is scheduled for Nov. 2. Vallario, who has served as the chairman of the Judiciary Committee since 1993, said he doesn have specific policies on his agenda yet for the next legislative session if he is re elected, preferring to seek input first from members of the community. However, he said that working on domestic violence issues, from strengthening protection for victims to ensuring judicial processes are fair to all parties involved, has been and will continue to be one of his top priorities. He also said he plans to follow up on several planned road improvements in southern Prince George County, such as the interchange at Route 4 and Suitland Parkway. Although the state has frozen spending on most new road improvement projects, Vallario pledged to make sure any available funds are directed to south county. He touted his successes over the last few decades in securing major projects for the district, such as the equestrian center in Upper Marlboro during the late 1980s. More recently, he pointed to a piece of legislation he sponsored and helped pass during the 2010 session, House Bill 1389, that alters the surcharge policy for the District Court and will generate an estimated $6.3 million annually in additional funds for volunteer fire companies. The legislation, he said, is little single bill that comes from being in touch with the world. resident Welton Holland, 68, said he is supporting Vallario candidacy because of how easily he has been able to reach Vallario in the past when there were problems in his community. He cited one occasion when a bridge collapsed several years ago near Woodyard Road. called him at home and he responded right away, Holland said. doing something for the community and the state; he not just there to be a politician. Marlboro resident Steve Proctor, 46, who has also worked with Vallario during legislative sessions as a registered lobbyist, said he is supporting Vallario because of his commitment to advocate on behalf of south county. For example, he cited occasions when Vallario helped local churches secure funds and other resources for expansion projects. is in leadership, so he is in a position to be very influential [for] Prince George County, Proctor said, referring to Vallario post as Judiciary Committee chairman. Community associations, involvement: Chief sponsor of legislation for the Stephanie Roper Committee, fighting for victims rights; recipient of the Victims Rights Award for the Most Valuable Politician, 1994; The Maryland Network Domestic Violence Legislative Award, 1999; 2006 inductee to the University of Baltimore School of Law: Legacy of Excellence in Litigation; 2010 recipient of the Maryland State Bar Association Criminal Law Section Robert Heeney Award; member, Sons of Italy.