The major-party congressional candidates in Maryland’s 6th District favor different approaches to containing Ebola in the United States.
Republican challenger Dan Bongino said Thursday that he’ll never vote to raise taxes if elected to the Congress — just the sort of uncompromising position that freshman Rep. John Delaney said causes congressional gridlock.
Maryland’s eight members of Congress were nominated to serve new terms after facing mostly little-known and poorly funded challengers in Tuesday’s primary.
A former Maryland first lady is expected to appear at a forum for candidates seeking to replace former Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold.
Marylanders are also electing a U.S. Senator. Incumbent Democrat Ben Cardin faced Republican Dan Bongino, Independent candidate Rob Sobhani and Libertarian Dean Ahmad. CBS News called the race for Senator Ben Cardin almost immediately.
Four candidates for U.S. Senate in Maryland debated on Wednesday about how to improve the economy and health care during their first such meeting.
A newspaper is reporting that Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley’s brother, Patrick, is apparently going against the governor on two election points.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin and his Republican opponent Dan Bongino face an unusual challenge this year: Rob Sobhani, a self-funded independent who has elbowed his way into the Maryland Senate race by spending more than $4 million of his own money in a contest he entered just last month.
The managing director of the Salisbury University’s Institute for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement says a debate has been scheduled with five candidates in Maryland’s Senate race.
Sarah Palin’s political action committee spent nearly three-quarters of a million dollars during the latest fundraising period, with about $55,000 donated to candidates.
A new voice enters the Maryland U.S. Senate race. Rob Sobhani is challenging Democrat incumbent Ben Cardin.
Maryland Republican Senate candidate Dan Bongino is announcing he has been endorsed by former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.