If voters reject the casino, there is no telling what will happen to the venue. There is even a chance that the license will be rebid and and Cordish Cos. will lose their opportunity. The company will not just lay down and let that happen. They are involved in a door to door campaign up until voting day that informs residents of all the financial benefits that will come from the casino. It also informs them of the various groups in the community that are in support of the gambling venue. The campaign is being head up by none other than company preident David Cordish. There is something charming about the president getting in the community, this is a sign of a company that believes in what they are doing and willing to fight for what they want.
Door to Door
Well, if the Cordish Cos. loses their slot machine operators license in Anne Arundel County, it will not be for a lack of trying. Next week, voters will decide on the fate of a slots parlor that was supposed to be built by the Cordish Cos. at the Arundel Mills Mall. The issue is Question A on the ballot. If residents vote in favor of the measure it means that slot machines will operate in a venue built in the mall parking lot. But, not must any venue. Cordish Cos. is planning to build the biggest gambling venue in the entire state. The casino will have 4,750 slot machines. That is at very close to being one third of the 15,000 slot machines legalized in Maryland back in 2008.