Judge Dismisses Lawsuit That Wanted Baltimore Primary Election 'Redo'Months after Baltimore’s primary election a judge has dismissed a lawsuit that wanted a "redo."
Former Mayor Sheila Dixon Plans to Run As Write-In CandidateFormer Baltimore mayor, Sheila Dixon plans to run as a write-in candidate for mayor in the upcoming November election, WJZ has learned
McKinnon and Baldwin Face-off as Clinton, Trump in SNL Season PremiereSketch comedy show "Saturday Night Live" premieres tonight and is due to feature more of its popular satire on politics -- with focus on the recent debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Baltimore Takes Steps To Avoid Another Messy ElectionWith the general election looming, Baltimore leaders have taken steps to ensure less confusion at the polls after a messy primary in April.
FBI: U.S. Election Could Be Under Attack By HackersThe FBI is warning that the tradition of American voting could be under attack by computer hackers.
Maryland Governor Declines to Say if He'll Vote for TrumpMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan still won't say if he'll vote for Donald Trump.
In Business And Politics, Trump Stokes Internal Rivalries When Donald Trump acquired a pair of Atlantic City casinos in the mid-1980s, he pitted his managers against each other in a ferocious competition over everything from booking entertainers to attracting high-rolling game
Over 25% Of Precincts Have Been Checked In Election ReviewNew information about the state Board of Elections' review of the Baltimore primary results. More than a quarter of the city's precincts have been checked for discrepancies in the voter count.
Election Results Certified In Baltimore CityBaltimore is one step closer to having a new mayor. The votes from the mayoral primary nearly two weeks ago were certified as accurate Monday.
Sheila Dixon Officially Announces She's Running For Baltimore MayorFormer Mayor Sheila Dixon announced Wednesday she will be throwing her name into the ring for Baltimore city's mayoral election in 2016.
Governor-Elect Larry Hogan Launching A Thank-You TourMaryland's governor-elect is planning a tour to thank voters.
Voter Turnout Steady, 70 Complaints About MachinesDecision day. The polls have been open since 7 a.m. and a steady stream of voters have been making their way to the polls across the state.