Marylanders Get A Jump Start In Election 2014 With Early VotingEarly 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.
Federal Case Continues For Online Ballot ToolTestimony is in its last scheduled day in a federal lawsuit over Maryland's refusal to implement an online ballot-marking tool for the blind.
Manfred Elected Next MLB CommissionerRob Manfred was elected baseball's 10th commissioner Thursday and will succeed Bud Selig in January.
Judge Rules Case On Blind Ballot Tool To ContinueA federal judge says he has heard enough evidence that disabled residents can't take full advantage of absentee voting to press ahead with a lawsuit filed by the National Federation of the Blind against the state of Maryland.
Md. Voter Turnout Lowest In Years For Primary Some incumbents from both parties in the Maryland General Assembly lost primary races amid low voter turnout.
Thousands Of Marylanders Take Advantage Of Early VotingThousands cast their ballots in Maryland's early voting.
Effort To Repeal Md. Transgender Bill Falls ShortAn effort to repeal a bill banning discrimination against transgender people in Maryland has fallen short.
Elections Officials Let D.C. Pot Initiative Go ForwardElections officials in the District of Columbia are allowing a ballot initiative to go forward that would let the city's voters decide whether possession of up to two ounces of pot should be legal in the city.
Filing Deadline Approaches For Md. Candidacies The deadline to file a candidacy for elected office in Maryland is approaching.
Pot Legalization Ballot Initiative Filed In D.C.Advocates for marijuana legalization want District of Columbia voters to decide whether possession of up to two ounces of pot should be legal in the city.
Bill Could Make It Tougher For Md. Ballot MeasuresLaws in 2012 prompted Maryland's first statewide ballot referendum in 20 years, allowing marriage equality, the Dream Act and congressional redistricting to be upheld by voters.