Capital Article

Pacella, Rachael, In first Board of Education election, Anne Arundel candidates forge a novel campaign, June 25, 2018.

Snider Comment

“If either wins the School Board Appointment Commission will need to reconvene to find someone to fill their current seat. And if they lose, they’ll still be on the board another two years.

‘That takes some explaining,’ he said.”

Yes, this and other ongoing activities of the new School Board Appointment Commission have been explained numerous times to the Capital’s staff, but if you review the Capital’s coverage (or, perhaps to be more precise, its LACK of coverage) of the Commission, you won’t see it. No wonder people are confused. But that is less important than the institutional corruption and culture of deception that this lack of coverage has fostered within the School Board Appointment Commission.