State Sen. Catherine Pugh filed as a candidate in the Baltimore Democratic mayoral primary, but Councilman Stokes is a no-show.
Almost as fast as a quick scene change, Yvette Lewis has suddenly found herself in a new role: head of the Maryland Democratic Party.
U.S. Rep. Andy Harris answers Medicare questions before his Maryland constituents even ask them. Clear across the country, fellow freshman GOP Rep. Paul Gosar does the asking, in very generic terms.
The dates of Maryland’s next governor and presidential primaries will be changed.
Maryland’s Democratic and Republican leaders want to rearrange the state’s presidential and
gubernatorial primaries amid pressure from national parties and a requirement to make it easier for members of the military to vote.
Confronting crushing budget woes, many of the nation’s governors are calling for painful spending cuts. But beyond that, their approaches are diverging drastically, from union-cramping proposals in Wisconsin and other states to higher taxes in Illinois and elsewhere.
Questions of who will run Maryland’s Senate have opened a rift in the Senate Democratic Caucus and spurred a rebuke from the longest-serving Senate president in state history.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown says Gov. Martin O’Malley is supporting his brother and political confidant Peter O’Malley to be the next chairman of the Maryland Democratic Party.
The head of Maryland’s Democratic Party says she’s stepping down.