Pleading their case. The three Democratic candidates for governor try to win over undecided voters in their last televised debate before Election Day.
Maryland candidates running for governor released their latest campaign fundraising reports on Tuesday.
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.
Maryland U.S. Senator Ben Cardin is part of a congressional delegation that left for Ukraine Friday to monitor the country’s presidential election. It’s taking place amid the country’s tense standoff with Russia.
For Charles Lollar, the best thing the next governor of Maryland can do is cut taxes to make the state friendly for businesses and promote job growth.
Gov. Martin O’Malley is scheduled to sign a measure aimed at stopping discrimination against people who are transgender.
Reeling from allegations by federal prosecutors that he knew about the dirty tricks that helped him get elected four years ago, District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray tried to rally his base. But his core supporters weren’t nearly enough, as a scandal-weary electorate rallied behind a much-younger challenger who promised honest and ethical leadership.
The defining moment of a bizarre election season in the nation’s capital wasn’t provided by Mayor Vincent Gray or any of the seven Democrats trying to unseat him in next week’s primary. Instead, it came from the city’s top prosecutor.
Former Montgomery County Executive Doug Duncan has filed to run to get his old job back.
A political consultant who was convicted in a robocall conspiracy in the last Maryland governor’s election filed to run for a Baltimore state Senate seat on Thursday.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and his running mate, Ken Ulman, reported $7 million cash on hand in the Maryland governor’s race Wednesday night. Attorney General Doug Gansler and his running mate, Del. Jolene Ivey, reported $6.3 million.
The 2014 legislative session is officially underway in Annapolis. Lawmakers will have plenty on their plates to debate this year.