On Tuesday’s primary, Maryland may help give Mitt Romney what he says he is: the nominee most likely to challenge President Barack Obama.
Campaign 2012 comes to Maryland. The front runner for the Republican presidential nomination holds a town hall forum in Baltimore County. Mitt Romney is gathering momentum less than two weeks before the primary here in Maryland.
There’s a delay in the trial against the campaign consultant accused in the 2010 Election Night robocall controversy. Julius Henson will have to wait to try to convince a jury of his innocence.
The First Amendment doesn’t protect fraud. That’s the ruling from a Baltimore judge against the man behind the controversial 2010 Election Night robocalls on behalf of Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Ehrlich.
Former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. used $168,000 in leftover campaign funds to pay for defense attorneys in his aide Paul Schurick’s election fraud trial.
Former Maryland Gov. Robert Ehrlich Jr. plans to write a weekly op-ed column for The Baltimore Sun, a newspaper with which he clashed while in office.
Governor Ehrlich will be signing books this Sunday.
Taking the stand in his own defense, the man at the center of the election day robocall scandal says he didn’t break any laws by authorizing the calls.
A former top aide to Republican Governor Bob Ehrlich will soon head to trial on charges he broke the law trying to get Ehrlich re-elected. It all has to do with those now infamous election night robocalls.
Painting a national picture with a Maryland brush. Former Governor Bob Ehrlich has written a book on today’s political and social culture.
Justice delayed. The trial for the man behind the controversial 2010 Election Night robocalls has been postponed.
The man at the center of the 2010 election robocall controversy prepares to fight for his freedom Tuesday. That’s when the election fraud trial gets underway for political operative Julius Henson.