Md. Gubernatorial Candidates Vie For The Support Of Women VotersAs the campaign for governor heats up, the candidates are vying for every vote, and now it appears both Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and Larry Hogan are focusing on women.
Report: Votes Split On Replacement For PipkinThe person who will fill a vacant state Senate seat on the Eastern Shore will likely be chosen by Maryland's governor because votes for a replacement are split.
Md. House Still Short On Same-Sex Marriage VotesIn search of the votes to solidify the legalization of gay marriage, advocates rallied Monday night hoping to sway delegates who have not yet committed their support.
Gay Marriage Returns To The Political SpotlightWith a flurry of coast-to-coast developments this week, same-sex marriage is back in the political spotlight and likely to remain there through Election Day as a half-dozen states face potentially wrenching votes on the issue.
Incumbent Rawlings-Blake Wins Democratic PrimaryBaltimore Democrats choose Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to run in the Nov. 8 general election. Tuesday's primary gave the currently appointed mayor a runaway victory.
City Lawyer: Mayor Didn't Violate Ethics LawMayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake did not violate city ethics laws by voting on contracts involving Johns Hopkins University, despite her husband's employment with a Hopkins subsidiary, Baltimore's top lawyer reported Thursday.