Gubernatorial Candidate Rushern Baker Pledges To Live, Work Most Of The Year In Baltimore City If ElectedFormer Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker said Friday that if he's elected governor, he would spend most of the year living and working in Baltimore City.
The Economy And Jobs Are Top Issues Heading Into 2022 Governor's Race, Poll SaysHeading into the 2022 gubernatorial election, the economy and jobs remain a top priority for Maryland voters, according to the new Goucher Poll released Thursday.
Peter Franchot Outlines Equity Plan In Campaign For GovernorComptroller Peter Franchot outlined a plan Monday to increase equity and inclusion for Black Maryland residents as part of his campaign for governor, including a pledge to name a Black woman as his running mate.
Comptroller Peter Franchot Launches 2022 Run For Maryland GovernorComptroller Peter Franchot has thrown his hat into the race to become the next governor of the State of Maryland.
Buzz Builds Around Gov. Hogan As He Takes More 'National Role' In Second TermHogan said the plan at this point is to serve his four years as governor, adding he believes he can play a role in charting a different path for the Republican Party- as he criticized Washington politics.
Hogan Moves Cabinet Member In Confirmation DisputeGov. Larry Hogan has moved a Cabinet secretary to another job to restore her pay, after a dispute with the state Senate over her ability to serve without confirmation.
Kevin Kamenetz Announces Candidacy For GovernorBaltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz has officially announced his candidacy for the 2018 race for Maryland governor. 
Maryland Governor Offers $500M To DC Area Transit SystemMaryland's governor has offered to give an extra $500 million to help fund the D.C. region's public transportation system if Virginia, Washington and the federal government do the same.
Gov. Hogan Proposes 'Truth In Sentencing;' Calls For Repeat Offenders To Serve Majority Of SentenceGov. Larry Hogan is pushing for what he calls "Truth in Sentencing," an attempt to make sure repeat, violent offenders actually serve most of their sentences behind bars.
Md. Senate President Criticized Following Letter About Controversial Statue RemovalLocal religious and business leaders are criticizing Maryland Senate President Mike Miller after he wrote a letter that suggested Gov. Larry Hogan acted too fast in removing the Roger B. Taney statue.
Md. Gubernatorial Candidate Ben Jealous Arrested During Rally Near White HouseMaryland Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ben Jealous was arrested in Washington D.C. Tuesday during a rally, according to a spokesperson.