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.
Maryland’s gubernatorial candidates outlined their plans for the state in a forum in Annapolis Friday.
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.
It’s a founding principle of our country–you only get one vote. But election groups say they’ve found dozens of voters casting ballots in the last presidential elections in both Maryland and Virginia.
Rob Manfred was elected baseball’s 10th commissioner Thursday and will succeed Bud Selig in January.
Maryland elections officials say a watchdog group founded by Republican gubernatorial nominee Larry Hogan engaged in exploratory activities for his benefit as he mulled a run for office.
A Washington attorney who’s spent most of her career doing legislative and public policy work is the latest candidate to enter the race for District of Columbia attorney general.
Major upset. City State’s Attorney Gregg Bernstein loses his bid for re-election to a former prosecutor, who, at one time, briefly worked for Bernstein.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown won the Democratic primary for governor of Maryland on Tuesday, defeating Attorney General Doug Gansler and Del. Heather Mizeur for the nomination. Larry Hogan won the Republican race.
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.
Will voters show up to cast their ballots for the primary election? There is growing concern that a very small number of people could determine some of the top jobs in Maryland, including nominations for governor.