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Mileah Kromer discusses power of polling in politics

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Assessing the paths that bring Baltimore and Pittsburgh together again

The Steelers and Ravens will meet again on Thanksgiving Night but this game on Sunday will set the path for the remainder of the season in the AFC North.

What happens in Annapolis in January once we see COVID effect on budgets?

Every municipality in America will be seeing massive shortfalls in 2021. We asked Josh Kurtz of Maryland Matters to assess the aftermath of this election and what it means for Larry Hogan and the State Assembly during this cold winter of a pandemic and national unrest.

An education and civic primer on the electoral college in America

Let our political scientist take you through the math – and the people – who will represent The States in selecting the next President. Ted Venetoulis gives takes us to school on the electoral college.

Our second sitdown in the new #BaltimorePositive podcast series stars Goucher pollster Dr. Mileah Kromer.

Nestor’s fascination and skepticism with polling and surveys and a lifetime of fake Arbitron ratings lead to a fabulous debate about the science of polling. As our current events and unfolding course on civics continues, Professor Don Mohler continues to bring great guests to Baltimore Positive!

This is Part 2 of three segments with Mileah recorded at State Fare in Catonsville.

Our third conversation will feature longtime Congresswoman Barbara Mikulski. And we sat with Damian O’Doherty of KO Public Affairs as well. Plenty of great chats in the pipeline and we’re adding summer shows and locations soon!

Our next two publicly scheduled #BaltimorePositive chats will be on Thursday, May 30th at State Fare in Catonsville with Dr. Freeman Hrabowski of UMBC.

We are actively seeking locations throughout the community area to host Baltimore Positive chats during the summer and fall.

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Assessing the paths that bring Baltimore and Pittsburgh together again

The Steelers and Ravens will meet again on Thanksgiving Night but this game on Sunday will set the path for the remainder of the season in the AFC North.

What happens in Annapolis in January once we see COVID effect on budgets?

Every municipality in America will be seeing massive shortfalls in 2021. We asked Josh Kurtz of Maryland Matters to assess the aftermath of this election and what it means for Larry Hogan and the State Assembly during this cold winter of a pandemic and national unrest.

An education and civic primer on the electoral college in America

Let our political scientist take you through the math – and the people – who will represent The States in selecting the next President. Ted Venetoulis gives takes us to school on the electoral college.

No one should be surprised to see Roethlisberger back to form in Pittsburgh

Former Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch returns to Baltimore Positive for some insights into his former teammate and the undefeated leader of the enemies of The Steel City.

What makes Pittsburgh vs. Baltimore so great? Matchups like this one…

Garrett Downing of Ravens.com resets a busy bye week in Owings Mills as the Ravens prep to allow a few local fans in to intimidate the undefeated Steelers and rejuvenated Ben Roethlisberger.

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