Officials: 1,650 Primary Ballots Improperly HandledJust how messed up is it? The State Board of Elections continues its review of the primary election.
Excuses Abound For Md. Campaign Report FailingsWhen it comes to getting out of late fines, Jared DeMarinis has nearly heard them all.
More Than 141,000 Ballots Cast In Early VotingThe Maryland State Board of Elections is reporting a record-high turnout of early voters in the state's primary election.
Annapolis Street Reopened After Suspicious Package Found To Be HarmlessAuthorities have reopened a small portion of a West Street in Annapolis after it had been closed to investigate a suspicious package.
Md. Court Rejects Redistricting Map AppealThe state's highest court on Friday rejected an appeal by Maryland Democrats to stop a referendum on the state's congressional redistricting map, paving the way for another question to be decided by voters in November.
Redistricting Map Foes Say They Are Confident In ReferendumRepublican opponents of Maryland's congressional redistricting map expressed confidence Monday that they have submitted enough valid signatures to give voters a chance to reject it in November. Democrats questioned whether the GOP had reached its goal.
Group Seeking Third Party Candidate In MarylandA nonpartisan group seeking a third-party candidate in the presidential race is coming to Maryland to file a petition for a line on the state ballot.
Board Set To Certify Petition On Tuition BillThe Maryland State Board of Elections is scheduled to certify that opponents to allowing in-state tuition for certain illegal immigrants have enough signatures to put the measure on next year's ballot.
Immigrant Tuition Plan Seems Headed For 2012 VoteOpponents of a recently approved measure that would allow certain illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition at Maryland colleges have collected enough signatures to put the matter before state voters in November 2012, officials said Thursday.
Maryland Judge Puts Third Parties Back On Ballot A judge has ruled the Libertarian and Green political parties have enough signatures from registered voters to be recognized on Maryland ballots.