Campaign 2014 picks up steam as Maryland’s candidates for governor step up the attack in television ad campaigns.
Maryland’s gubernatorial candidates outlined their plans for the state in a forum in Annapolis Friday.
The Maryland Municipal League is holding a forum for candidates in the governor’s race.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is scheduled to attend a fundraiser this month for Republican Larry Hogan, who is running for governor of Maryland.
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.
Republican gubernatorial nominee Larry Hogan has more than three times as much campaign cash on hand than his Democratic rival, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown — but it’s an edge that’s almost certain to evaporate.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown reports raising about $1.5 million dollars in the latest reporting period in his run for governor of Maryland.
Maryland Democratic gubernatorial nominee Anthony Brown is getting some fundraising help from Vice President Joe Biden.
As Marylanders make plans for the last holiday of the summer, the candidates for governor are calling attention to their campaigns.
Republican Larry Hogan pledged Saturday that if he’s elected governor, he would fully restore money to local governments to fix roads in his first budget, while Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown said he would work with counties to develop a new formula for local highway user funds.
Republican Larry Hogan is scheduled to talk about restoring the state’s economy.
Republican Larry Hogan is pledging to eliminate the state income tax on law-enforcement pensions, if he is elected governor.