Decision 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.
In less than 24 hours, Maryland voters will head to the polls to decide our next governor. The race is turning out a lot closer than many once thought.
It is day two of early voting in Maryland and the race for governor is getting national attention as the Democrat and Republican parties compete for your votes.
Early voting is underway in Maryland. This Thursday and for the next seven days, voters are casting ballots in the 2014 election, most notably the governor’s race.
Maryland residents who haven’t registered to vote are running out of time to do so for November’s election. The deadline is 9 p.m. Tuesday.
The D.C. Council is poised to make further changes to marijuana laws in the nation’s capital as residents weigh whether to legalize pot.
Both sides in the gay marriage debate agree on one thing: It’s time for the Supreme Court to settle the matter.
A Maryland panel has given provisional approval to new protections against smog, but some environmental groups are not happy that a final vote has been delayed for a month.
A panel of Prince George’s County officials will vote next week on the site plan for a casino at National Harbor.
Members of a union representing 2,000 hospital workers have approved a labor contract with Johns Hopkins Hospital after months of contentious negotiations.
Maryland Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger is urging leaders in the U.S. House of Representatives to allow a vote to extend emergency unemployment insurance.
Maryland’s legislature apparently won’t eliminate criminal policies for marijuana possession this year, but it will likely take a step in that direction.