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2016 in Review: Most Read Stories by Month

Red Maryland was all over the stories that mattered in 2016. Here are the most read stories from each month of the past year:

January
In Memory of Stephen Reynolds: An obituary for the late conservative candidate from Carroll County.

February
Harford Democrat Goes on Unhinged Rant During Funerals for Sheriff’s Deputies: Harford County Central Committee Member, Ripken Baseball employee and “Comedian” Tom Myers acted like a bit of a jerk.

March
The Democrats New Class Warfare: The Road Kill Bill was the start of Democrats declaring war on the middle class

April
The Buying of District 6: Part of our extensive coverage of the 6th District Congressional Primary

May
Left, Behind: Maryland’s Democrats are moving further to the left and further behind the times.

June
Maryland Democrats Back Donald Trump: It was a surprise to all of us

July
Cheap Journalism: The Trump Distraction became easy fodder for local journalists

August
This is Huge: Democrats stayed home to work in Maryland in 2016, costing Hillary Clinton the Presidency and without any positive effect on races here.

September
A Self-Defeating Argument on Guns: The Baltimore Sun accidentally made a case against gun control

October
Vote No on Question 1: The first of many stories about ballot questions that got significant readership in 2016

November
Vote NO on ALL Prince George’s Ballot Questions: Same as above

December
The Delusions of Kevin Kamenetz on the Road Kill Bill: Kamenetz blames the Governor for a bill Kamenetz supported.






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