Maryland's Elections Board Plans To Mail Absentee Ballot Applications For Fall Election By End Of AugustMaryland Elections Board Administrator Linda Lamone said absentee ballot applications will be sent to all eligible voters by the end of August.
Hogan Gives State Board Of Elections 48 Hours To Provide Plans For Fall General ElectionGov. Larry Hogan on Monday gave the State Board of Elections two days to put forth its plans for how it will administer the general election in November amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: Gov. Hogan Discourages Marylanders From Traveling Out-Of-StateMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan is discouraging Marylanders from traveling out-of-state after other states are seeing spikes in coronavirus cases.
Baltimore City Council Calls For All Voters To Receive Mail-In Ballots For 2020 General ElectionThe Baltimore City Council is urging Gov. Larry Hogan to mail every eligible voter a mail-in ballot for the General Election this November.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan Says GOP Needs 'Bigger Tent' After President Trump Leaves OfficeHogan, who is rumored to be eyeing a run for the White House in 2024, said Sunday that the GOP needs to be a “bigger tent party" after President Donald Trump leaves office.
Hogan Directs Maryland Elections Board To Open All Polling Places For 2020 General Election, Send All Voters Absentee Ballot ApplicationsGov. Larry Hogan is directing the State Board of Elections to keep all polling places open for the general election in November despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Companies Tied To Governors, Including Hogan, Northam, Among Recipients Of Coronavirus Relief LoansThe governors of at least eight states have ties to companies that received loans through the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program.
Hogan: 'It's Absolutely Absurd' That Large Crowds Can Gather For Protests But Small Businesses In Baltimore Can't ReopenGov. Larry Hogan took aim at city leadership in Baltimore during a news conference Wednesday, blasting the city for not lifting some coronavirus-related restrictions like most counties in the state have done.
'It's Still Not Helping Everybody': Hogan Lays Part Of Blame For Unemployment Issues With Federal GovernmentGov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday addressed the continued hurdles some Marylanders have had trying to get unemployment benefits, saying that while the state has processed more than 400,000 unemployment claims, the system is "still not helping everybody."
Hogan's Approval Rating Up 8 Percent Amid Coronavirus Pandemic; Trump's Approval Rating In Maryland Drops To 40 PercentMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan's approval rating has surged amid the coronavirus, a new Gonzales poll released Tuesday found.
Group Appeals Order In Favor Of Maryland Coronavirus Lockdown RulesSeveral state lawmakers, religious leaders and other plaintiffs are appealing a federal judge’s refusal to strike down a stay-at-home order and other restrictions that Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan imposed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Orioles Legend Brooks Robinson Receives Virtual Surprise Birthday Party From Former Teammates, Current PlayersHall of Famer and Orioles great Brooks Robinson celebrated his 83rd birthday Monday!
Gov. Hogan: State Allowing For Flexible, Community-Based Approach To ReopeningGov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday that he will lift the state's stay-at-home order Friday, but said that he is allowing for a flexible community-based approach.
Coronavirus Response: Young, Leaders Of Maryland's Largest Counties Want 'Coordinated Response' To Reopening StateBaltimore Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young said the leaders of some of the state's largest jurisdictions want to see a "coordinated response" to the state's reopening plan.
'Not A Red State Or Blue State Crisis’: Hogan, Cuomo Renew Calls For Congress To Approve Coronavirus Financial Aid For StatesMaryland Governor Larry Hogan and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo are renewing their calls for the federal government to quickly approve financial aid to states amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.