It’s still a ways out, but the governor’s race is heating up as candidates begin throwing their names in the ring.
A day after announcing his plan to run for the State House, Lieutenant Governor Anthony Brown is getting a big endorsement.
The 2014 race for governor of Maryland begins now. Lieutenant Governor Anthony Brown announces his candidacy at a picnic in Prince George’s County.
Lt. Governor Anthony Brown will host a free campaign kickoff cookout this Friday to formally announce his plans for 2014. He is expected to announce his run for governor.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown met Monday with federal transportation officials to reaffirm Maryland’s commitment to pursing two light rail projects that would cost about $1.5 billion each after lawmakers approved legislation this session to raise the state’s gas tax to boost transportation revenues and enhance opportunities for public-private partnerships in the state.
Three Maryland lawyers are being honored for their prosecution of a tobacco farmer who was charged in the death of a Baltimore waitress 50 years ago.
Maryland needs a more clearly defined framework for creating public-private partnerships to address the state’s infrastructure needs, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and others testified Friday.
The Young Democrats of Maryland are attracting some high-profile officials to their annual convention.
Maryland officials will be announcing where Maryland’s first five health enterprise zones will be.
Two new services will be available for veterans through the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration.
Maryland has received conditional approval by the federal government to operate a state-based health insurance exchange in 2014.
Officials will be announcing grants for two capital projects in Baltimore.