Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Parris N. Glendening
MSA SC 3520-11536
Governor of Maryland, 1995-2003 (Democrat)


Newspaper articles -

"Glendening's Long March Against Political Tradition." The Washington Post, 2 May 1993.

"Glendening makes it official." The Baltimore Sun, 26 April 1994.

"Glendening emerging as front-runner." The Baltimore Sun, 29 May 1994.

"Glendening picks Townsend as No. 2."  The Baltimore Sun, 19 June 1994.

"Gubernatorial must be decided by up to 50,000 absentee ballots." The Baltimore Sun, 9 November 1994.

"Glendening declares victory." The Baltimore Sun, 15 November 1994.

"11,000 votes challenged." The Baltimore Sun, 28 December 1994.

"Glendening seeks dismissal of Sauerbrey suit." The Baltimore Sun, 31 December 1994.

"Sauerbrey lawsuit to go to trial." The Baltimore Sun, 5 January 1995.

"Sauerbrey election suit trial opens." The Baltimore Sun, 10 January 1995.

"Judge rejects vote challenge by Sauerbrey." The Baltimore Sun, 14 January 1995.

"From high energy to steely deliberation." The Baltimore Sun, 16 January 1995.

"It's Governor Glendening at last." The Baltimore Sun, 19 January 1995.

"Then as Now, Glendening a Pragmatist." The Washington Post, 14 June 1998.

"Voters get the final word." The Baltimore Sun, 3 November 1998.

"Glendening rides to victory on big Democratic turnout." The Baltimore Sun, 4 November 1998.

"What's in Store for Maryland?" The Washington Post, 5 November 1998.

"Governor sets goals for 2nd term." The Baltimore Sun, 21 January 1999.

"The Words Taken Out of Governor's Mouth." The Washington Post, 7 April 1999.

"Drought is emergency; conserve, governor says." The Baltimore Sun, 30 July 1999.

"Md. Under Drought Emergency." The Washington Post, 30 July 1999.

"Glendening's son given 120-day suspension of driver's license." The Baltimore Sun, 5 August 1999.

"Glendening positioned to lead governor's group." The Baltimore Sun, 7 August 1999.

"Their Grass Is No Greener." The Washington Post, 7 August 1999.

"Glendening to govern governors next year." The Baltimore Sun, 10 August 1999.

"Maryland Sticking To Water Limits." the Washington Post, 11 August 1999.

"Nation's Governors Elect Glendening." The Washington Post, 12 August 1999.

"Governor's 1st namesake is born in Western Md." The Baltimore Sun, 19 October 1999.

"Governor's Son Pleads Guilty to DUI." The Washington Post, 31 December 1999.

"Glendening focuses on education." The Baltimore Sun, 20 January 2000.

"Glendening's vision for Maryland in 2000..." The Baltimore Sun, 20 January 2000.

"Glendening Assails Gun Manufacturers." The Washington Post, 20 January 2000.

"Poll 'Impressive' for Glendening." The Washington Post, 20 January 2000.

"Glendening has grand vision for Maryland." The Washington Times, 20 January 2000.

"Glendening offers slate of 16 bills in Assembly." The Baltimore Sun, 25 January 2000.

"Glendening's tax accounting." The Baltimore Sun, 25 January 2000.

"After five years, Mr. Governor is Mr. Popularity." The Baltimore Sun, 7 March 2000.

"Glendening gaining higher profile." The Baltimore Sun, 8 July 2000.

"Glendening to lead Democratic governors association in 2002." The Baltimore Sun, 11 July 2000.

"Glendening becomes head of national governors group." The Baltimore Sun, 12 July 2000.

"Glendening Puts 'Smarth Growth' On Top of Agenda for Governors." The Washington Post, 12 July 2000.

"Glendening tries to sound Democratic message." The Prince George's County Journal, 1 August 2000.

"Glendening sets 'green' goals." The Baltimore Sun, 13 March 2001.

"Glendening's year as NGA head ending." The Daily Record, 3 August 2001.

"Glendening And Staff Aide Have Personal Relationship." The Washington Post, 31 August 2001.

"Glendenings granted immediate divorce." The Baltimore Sun, 20 November 2001.

"Chancellor deadline extended." The Capital, 7 December 2001.

"Governor looks to create 'ripples of hope'." The Baltimore Sun, 17 January 2002.

"Governor weds longtime aide." The Baltimore Sun, 29 January 2002.

"Gov. threepeats, marries former dep. staff chief." The Daily Record, 29 January 2002.

"Glendening, Aide Marry." The Washington Post, 29 January 2002.

"Glendening ex-staffer now governor's wife." The Washington Times, 29 January 2002.

"Glendening Resumes Work After 4-Day Honeymoon." The Washington Post, 1 February 2002.

"Glendening undergoes operation." The Capital, 9 February 2002.

"Governor and wife expecting a baby." The Baltimore Sun, 2 March 2002.

"New Md. First Lady Expecting Baby in September." The Washington Post, 2 March 2002.

"Glendening halts executions." The Baltimore Sun, 10 May 2002.

"Court revises political map." The Baltimore Sun, 22 June 2002.

"Maryland's first family welcomes new daughter, 'Bri'." The Baltimore Sun, 19 August 2002.

"Baby Glendening Arrives." The Washington Post, 19 August 2002.

"Once a slow burn, it's now a wildfire." The Baltimore Sun, 5 September 2002.

"Glendening's shadow darkens several races." The Baltimore Sun, 6 September 2002.

"College names building for Glendening." The Baltimore Sun, 24 October 2002.

"Glendening gets casual in official portrait." The Baltimore Sun, 3 January 2003.

"Room isn't big enough for all 60 governors." The Baltimore Sun, 10 January 2003.

"Glendening's portrait has outdoorsy look." The Capital, 10 January 2003.

"Environmental Governor, Caught in Oil." The Washington Post, 10 January 2003.

"Glendening Achieved Much, Alienated Many." The Washington Post, 10 January 2003.

"Glendening won votes but failed to win friends." The Baltimore Sun, 12 January 2003.

"'Parris Island' marked in red." The Baltimore Sun, 12 January 2003.

"Glendening plans no last-minutes surprises, aides say." The Baltimore Sun, 14 January 2003.

"Glendening plans to advocate for environmental community." The Baltimore Sun, 16 January 2003.

"In his first job out of office, Glendening to fight sprawl." The Baltimore Sun, 11 February 2003.

"Glendening Named Head Of Smart Growth Institute." The Washington Post, 11 February 2003.

"Family man: Glendening's new focus on parenting, not politics." The Sunday Capital, 20 April 2003.

"Former governor breaks his silence." The Baltimore Sun, 21 September 2003.

Other sources -

Text of First Inaugural address, 18 January 1995 (as printed in The Baltimore Sun, 19 January 1995.)

Text of 1999 State of the State address (as printed in The Baltimore Sun, 22 January 1999.)


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