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Libertarian Nicholas taking on Hoyer in Maryland

Maryland’s Calvert Recorder profiles U.S. House candidate Darlene Nicholas, who “faces long odds as a virtually unknown Libertarian Party nominee, let alone the fact that she’s running against Rep. Steny H. Hoyer, the godfather of Maryland politics.” Nicholas, a program analyst for General Dynamics Information Technology, said, “I’m kind of like David against Goliath, but I am someone who always takes the positive views of things, [even if it is] tilting at windmills.” Nicholas “has only lived in Maryland for three years, but is no political novice. She fought against eminent domain in the landmark Kelo v. City of New London case that the Supreme Court upheld in June 2005, which led to her bid for the Connecticut House of Representatives in 1998. She also ran for Secretary of State in 2002, but received less than 2 percent of the vote both times.”

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