Dr. John LaFerla has formally filed his candidacy for the Democratic primary next year to run in Maryland’s 1st District congressional race.
A former Maryland congressional candidate was fined $5,000 and ordered to perform 500 hours of community service after she admitted to illegally voting in two states during the same general election, a state prosecutor announced Friday.
A former congressional candidate from Maryland is facing charges that she illegally voted in the state in prior elections.
The Maryland Democratic Party is officially endorsing Dr. John LaFerla to run as a write-in candidate in the 1st district congressional race.
Because his Democratic opponent has dropped out, Rep. Andy Harris is planning to hold town hall meetings in place of debates.
John LaFerla, who barely lost the Democratic primary to run in Maryland’s 1st District congressional race, said Friday he will run as a write-in candidate.
Flabbergasted voters on Maryland’s Eastern Shore expressed a mix of surprise and disappointment on Tuesday that a Democratic candidate for Congress dropped out of the race after voting in two states at the same time.
A Democratic congressional candidate from Maryland dropped out of the race Monday after that state’s Democratic party said she had voted in both Maryland and Florida in the 2006 general election and the 2008 presidential primaries.
Maryland congressional candidate Wendy Rosen is focusing on the general election after her opponent conceded the race for the Democratic nomination in the 1st District.
A new tally has narrowed Wendy Rosen’s lead over John LaFerla in the Democratic primary in Maryland’s 1st Congressional District.
Democrat John LaFerla says he’s not conceding to apparent nominee Wendy Rosen in the primary election in Maryland’s 1st Congressional District.