The debate will aired on Oct. 7.
Former President Bill Clinton took his wife’s place at a fundraiser for Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown on Tuesday, helping to raise more than $1 million for Brown’s campaign for governor.
Governor Martin O’Malley isn’t the only Marylander looking at a 2016 presidential run. Former Johns Hopkins head of neurosurgery Ben Carson says it’s a strong likelihood he’ll be in the race.
A Democratic primary race between two well-funded candidates propelled Maryland to the sixth-highest amount of spending on political television ads in state races in the 2014 election cycle through Sept. 8, according to a state-by-state survey by the Center for Public Integrity.
Republican Larry Hogan held challenged his opponent’s campaign ads at a Thursday morning news conference held at his campaign headquarters in Annapolis–calling Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown a liar.
Montgomery County officials have launched a new campaign aimed at cutting down on pedestrian crashes involving distracted teens.
A former D.C. Council candidate who served as driver for District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray during his 2010 campaign has pleaded guilty to conspiring to violate campaign finance laws.
Three people dead in just one year. All of them were college students who were hit by cars as they walked on Route 1 in College Park.
The Maryland Democratic Party has filed a complaint against Republican Larry Hogan’s campaign for governor, but the campaign says it’s groundless.
A federal judge says a political candidate whose last name is Hershey must stop using campaign materials that mimic the look of the famous chocolate bar.
The western Maryland town of Hancock is rescinding an ordinance that put time limits on front-yard campaign signs after the American Civil Liberties Union objected on First Amendment grounds.
A judge has decided not to grant a restraining order to stop the distribution of campaign handouts that the state’s largest teachers’ union says misrepresent their trademarked ballots shaped like apples.