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Cory McCray
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Today, I had the opportunity to see one of my old teachers from Northern High school after 13 years. It was an amazing feeling to see Ms. Tutt knowing that she always wanted to see the best out of her students. Ms. Tutt never counted me out, even when I was at one of the lowest points in my life. Shout out to all the teachers that care!
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Thank you for this opportunity to serve the people of Baltimore. The right to vote is the foundation of our ability to bring the change we want to see to our community. I am proud to have had the chance to fight to make sure that my community’s voice is heard, every vote is counted, and every eligible voter has the opportunity to cast their vote without interference. http://corymccray.com/2013/05/mccray-announces-his-resignation-from-board-of-elections-in-letter-to-governor-o’malley-plans-to-serve-baltimore-community-in-another-capacity/

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Great breakdown on the legislative districts in the State of Maryland, here is a quote about the 45th Legislative District: "45: Will Sen. Nathaniel McFadden (D) retire? Will Del. Cheryl Glenn (D) run for Senate regardless of what McFadden does? Will newly appointed Del. Nina Harper (D) be able to run a competitive race for a full term. Already Cory McCrary (D), an aggressive and impressive union and community activist, is seeking a House seat in this East Baltimore district." - Josh Kurtz http://articles.centermaryland.org/?p=4933

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Real Transformation Calls on Baltimore City Liquor Stores to Follow Laws on Book http://tiny.cc/i5emuw

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Thinking about this five year journey and 2013 will be the year I receive my Bachelors in Business Administration. The Spring semester begins tomorrow with 6 more classes to go until completion. #highereducation

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Last month, I was asked by my good friend Rodney Foxworth to share my story with growing up in Baltimore City, going through the IBEW Apprenticeship, becoming an entrepreneur, and serving on the Baltimore City Board of Elections. The program is dedicated to a new initiative called BMe which is to raise the standards for Black Males in the City of Baltimore. Keep pushing Foxworth, we need more leaders such as yourself. Check out the video Cory McCray BMe Baltimore
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