Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Clarence W. Blount (1921-2003)
MSA SC 3520-2219


Newspaper articles -

"Senate primary brewing in 41st." The Baltimore Sun, 9 June 1998.

"Blount runs in the city's interest." The Baltimore Sun, 5 July 1998.

"Taking Blount off ballot seen as threat to voting." The Baltimore Sun, 26 August 1998.

"Blount ordered off Sept. primary ballot." The Baltimore Sun, 27 August 1998.

"Powerful Md. Senator Taken Off Ballot." The Washington Post, 27 August 1998.

"Senate majority leader Blount appeals ruling." The Baltimore Sun, 28 August 1998.

"Blount gets court's OK to run." The Baltimore Sun, 2 September 1998.

"Md.'s Blount Restored to Ballot." The Washington Post, 2 September 1998.

"Blount holding off challenge by Boston." The Baltimore Sun, 16 September 1998.

"Clarence Blount's 'Domicile' in City, Despite County Condominium." The Daily Record, 7 October 1998.

"Blount said to decide he won't run in 2002." The Baltimore Sun, 17 August 2000.

"Blount not saying if he'll run again." The Baltimore Sun, 30 March 2002.

"Blount says, 'That's enough'." The Afro, 29 June 2002.

"Blount declares end to a 32-year political career." The Baltimore Sun, 6 July 2002.

"Blount's retiring termed big 'loss'." The Washington Times, 7 July 2002.

"Townsend takes on Blount as advisor." The Baltimore Sun, 14 August 2002.

"Blount, 'conscience of the Senate,' dies at 81." The Baltimore Sun, 13 April 2003.

"Senator Clarence Blount dies at age 81." The Baltimore Times, 18 April 2003.

"Senator, legend warrior, mourned." The Afro, 19 April 2003.

"The lion in winter." The Afro, 19 April 2003.

"Colleagues remember Blount's quiet strength." The Baltimore Sun, 19 April 2003.

"A man of power, grace." The Baltimore Sun, 20 April 2003.

Other sources -

Maryland Manual On-Line.  "Former Senator Clarence W. Blount."

1994 Vita

1994 First Citizen Award Recipient - Remarks by Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr., Senate President, on the occasion of the award presentation, January 12, 1994

Return to Clarence Blount's Introductory Page

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