Senators of both parties worked Wednesday to revive trade legislation that’s a top priority for President Barack Obama, a day after Obama’s fellow Democrats repudiated him nearly unanimously on the issue.
Two Democratic senators want to terminate legislation approving the use of military force against perpetrators of the Sept. 11 attacks — effective in three years.
Maryland lawmakers will be wrestling not only with spending proposals from the new governor, but also tax cuts.
President Barack Obama is in Baltimore for a meeting with Senate Democrats, but he also made time to talk to three working women about working families.
Congressional Maryland Democrats met Monday to discuss the political aftershocks of the election that resulted in the party losing control of the U.S. Senate and the Maryland governor’s office.
We are now less than two weeks away from election day. Early voting starts Thursday, and the state’s congressional delegation is encouraging Maryland voters to protect their rights.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is set to visit Iowa this weekend to help Democratic candidates.
Maryland Democrats and Republicans were equally unenthusiastic about voting in June’s primary, a fact that has the gubernatorial campaigns of Democratic Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and Republican Larry Hogan focusing on boosting turnout in November.
A Maryland congressman makes a case for suing the president. Republican Andy Harris talked to WJZ about his vote in favor of taking President Obama to court.
The Maryland Democratic Party has filed a complaint against Republican Larry Hogan’s campaign for governor, but the campaign says it’s groundless.
D. Bruce Poole, a Hagerstown attorney and former Democratic majority leader in the Maryland General Assembly, is leading a statewide fundraising effort to help Democrats get elected to the House of Delegates.
When Republican Larry Hogan served as former Gov. Robert Ehrlich’s appointments secretary, a big part of his job involved working with Democrats in the Maryland General Assembly on executive branch appointments. He wants to do it again — this time, as governor.