On the eve of Election Day, Marylanders for and against expanded gambling are trying to garner support in their favor.
It’s a little more than a week away from Election Day, but the polls across the state will open this weekend.
Maryland voters are seeing numerous ads about high-profile ballot questions such as same-sex marriage and gambling, but they are not hearing much about whether to approve or reject the state’s congressional redistricting map.
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot is urging voters to reject the state’s congressional map, which will be on the ballot in November.
A gay rights group on Monday urged President Barack Obama to speak in support of same-sex marriage in four states that have ballot initiatives on it next month.
In the small town of Damascus, where grape juice substitutes for wine in the Communion chalice, an aversion to alcohol has created an anomaly many residents are proud of: It’s one of the last dry areas in Maryland.
An initiative to ban corporate donations to candidates for local office in the District of Columbia will not appear on the ballot this fall.
The country’s leading gay rights group is donating $1 million to campaigns in four states where gay marriage is on the ballot this fall.
Forget about traffic. Gamble at home. Maryland lawmakers will consider Internet gambling when they meet in a special session next week. It’s part of a plan to upgrade Maryland’s gambling program.
The Maryland State Board of Elections has certified that the state’s congressional redistricting map will be on the ballot in November for voters to approve or reject.
Gov. Martin O’Malley is planning to meet with local officials next week to talk about the potential for holding a special session to expand gambling in Maryland.
It’s official. The State Board of Elections has certified the petition to put same-sex marriage on the November ballot.