"It was unbelievable. His reaction, his smile on his face. That's by far the best part of it all. He was just happy, excited, pumped up. Both teams were excited for him. It was just a great experience."
A new lawsuit against the Frederick County Board of Elections and Maryland State Board of Elections alleges that non-U.S. citizens in Frederick County are registered to vote, and it could affect next week's election.
"They start off by stealing grandma's OxyContin, things along those lines. Become addicted to it, then look for a cheaper way, easier way to get a hold of it and move to heroin. And that, unfortunately, is a trend that we're seeing happen."
With the economy, taxes, and health care taking up a lot of the election rhetoric, local candidates in Frederick got the opportunity to show where they stand on poverty - an issue that doesn't affect everyone, but impacts the county as a whole.