Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is scheduled to make his third trip this year to New Hampshire as he mulls running for president in 2016.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley says the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, shows divisions in the country that will require more than just government policies to repair.
Baltimore’s City state’s attorney race could be an attention-grabber this fall. A Democrat-turned Independent waits for the Board of Elections to determine if he has enough valid signatures to appear on the November ballot.
State flags throughout Maryland will fly at half-staff Thursday in honor of former Prince George’s County Executive Wayne Curry.
Maryland goes to the polls. The Democrats dominate in sheer numbers of voters statewide, but because this is the Primary Election, all that means is the candidates for governor get to divvy up a bigger pie.
Down to the wire. Republican candidates hoping to snag the governor’s seat are making their final push as voters get ready to cast their ballots.
A new poll in the Maryland governor’s race shows Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown with a big lead over his Democratic primary rivals.
A 96-year-old Korean War veteran is being recognized as Maryland’s last living member of a segregated, Spanish-speaking U.S. Army unit nicknamed the Borinqueneers.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, who is considering a White House bid in 2016, is headed to Iowa next month.
Maryland’s Democratic race for governor continues to be the biggest attention-getter in the Maryland primary. But even the big draw is falling short in voter interest.
Attorney General Doug Gansler, a gubernatorial candidate in the Democratic primary, says Maryland should do away with the state prosecutor’s office, an independent unit that investigates public corruption.
Probation Violation: Robocall Conspirator Julius Henson Sentenced 4 Months For Filing For Senate Seat
Julius Henson, who was convicted in a case involving robocalls on Election Day in 2010, violated his probation when filing for candidacy for the Maryland Senate. He was sentenced Thursday to four months, pending appeal.