Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Robert R. Neall
MSA SC 3520-11605


Newspaper Articles -

Gulliver, Dave.  "Neall to lobby legislature for business," The Capital.  24 August 1995.

Johnson, Tom.  "Neall Says He Will Accept Nomination To Fill Out Remainder of Cade's Term," Daily Record.  20 November 1996.

Wilson, Scott.  "Candidates for Cade seat interviewed," Baltimore Sun.  6 December 1996.

Wilson, Scott.  "Neall picked to fill Cade's Senate term," Baltimore Sun.  8 December 1996.

"Governor OKs Neall selection to replace Cade," Baltimore Sun.  12 December 1996.

Roche, Walter, Jr.  "Unethical and inevitable, experts say of Neall's decision,"  Baltimore Sun.  17 January 1997.

Wilson, Scott.  "Arundel senator registers to lobby,"  Baltimore Sun.  17 January 1997.

Wilson, Scott.  "Neall ends role as county lobbyist," Baltimore Sun.  28 January 1997.

Kurtz, Josh.  "Will he stay or will he go?," The Gazette.  15 October 1999.

Marsh, Sara.  "Neall may switch to Democrat," The Capital.  28 October 1999.

Waldron, Thomas W.  "Neall poised to switch to Democratic Party," Baltimore Sun.  11 November 1999.

Dresser, Michael.  "Robert Neall makes switch,"  Baltimore Sun.  13 November 1999.

Rascovar, Barry.  "Neall's defection underscores state GOP's quandary," Baltimore Sun.  14 November 1999.

LeDuc, Daniel.  "Anne Arundel State Senator Switches to Democrats," Washington Post.  13 November 1999.

Marsh, Sara.  "Neall gets lead post,"  The Capital.  13 January 2000.

Stuckey, Tom.  "Change of Party Gets Democrat Neall Better Seat, New Title," Daily Record.  4 April 2000.

"Doris Neall."  The Baltimore Sun. 1 August 2000.

"Neall to leave budget panel." The Capital, 4 April 2001.

"Then and Now, Senator Decries Budget's Shortfalls." The Washington Post, 8 November 2001.

"Respect for 'a great fiscal mind'." The Baltimore Sun, 18 March 2002.

"Geenip defeats Neall, wins Senate seat." The Baltimore Sun, 6 November 2002.

"Out of the game." The Sunday Capital, 9 February 2003.

"Neall resigns; school rescue in jeopardy." The Baltimore Sun, 24 February 2004.

"Annapolis respects Neall on difficult fiscal matters." The Baltimore Sun, 24 February 2004.

"For Neall, handwriting is personal." The Baltimore Sun, 22 March 2004.

Other Materials -

Maryland Manual On-line

2001 First Citizen Award Recipient - Remarks by Dr. Edward C. Papenfuse, State Archivist, on the occasion of the award presentation, January 11, 2001.

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