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.
It’s a founding principle of our country–you only get one vote. But election groups say they’ve found dozens of voters casting ballots in the last presidential elections in both Maryland and Virginia.
A Washington attorney who’s spent most of her career doing legislative and public policy work is the latest candidate to enter the race for District of Columbia attorney general.
Major upset. City State’s Attorney Gregg Bernstein loses his bid for re-election to a former prosecutor, who, at one time, briefly worked for Bernstein.
Several Maryland candidates are trying to make political comebacks as they face off in primary matchups after ethical and legal problems.
These are the last hours of early voting for the Maryland primary election. For the past seven days, voters have been casting ballots for the June 24 election.
Thousands cast their ballots in Maryland’s early voting.
Voters in Maryland head to the polls in the first step toward deciding who Maryland’s next governor will be. But there is concern that the primary could see a record-low voter turnout.
Early voting starts this week.
The three leading contenders for Maryland’s Democratic gubernatorial nomination are pitching their platforms to the party’s western Maryland members in Hagerstown.
Former Montgomery County Executive Doug Duncan has filed to run to get his old job back.
Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler is proposing to expand early voting to open all polls on the Saturday before Election Day.