Md. Doctor From Ghana Pleads Guilty To Passport Fraud, Reportedly Voted Illegally In 10 Federal ElectionsA Ghana-born doctor living in Maryland pleaded guilty Wednesday to a federal passport fraud charge, the justice department said.
Maryland Voter Forms To Provide Third Gender OptionVoters in Maryland will no longer be required to identify themselves as male or female when they register to vote.
Bill Aims To Block Foreign Ownership Of Election SystemsTwo congressmen are introducing legislation requiring that election systems vendors are owned and controlled by domestic companies.
Twin Sisters Are Both Running For Office, But In Opposite PartiesTwin sisters Monica Sparks and Jessica Ann Tyson are so much alike that both running for public office in Michigan.
Maryland Primary: Power Outages, Delays Reported At PollsDelays, power outages, machines glitching and last-minute polling location changes are just some of the issues voters faced Tuesday morning as they went to the polls for Maryland's primary.
Maryland To Post Voting Notices About Candidate's DeathMaryland election officials will post notices about the death of a Democratic candidate for governor and his replacement during the state's primary.
Should The Voting Age Be Lowered? Parkland Students Show Examples Of Civic EngagementShould the voting age in America be lowered so that politically active high school students, like those in Parkland, can make their voices count?
City Of Annapolis Holding Primary For Mayor, City CouncilThe city of Annapolis is holding its primary for voters to choose candidates for mayor and city council.
Kaepernick Stands Behind Decision Not To Vote In ElectionColin Kaepernick is standing behind his decision not to vote in the presidential election or even register to take part in the democratic process, saying he can effect change in other ways besides through a ballot.
Election 2016: What You Should Know Before You Vote TodayVoters head to the polls today to decide whether Democrat Hillary Clinton or Republican Donald Trump will win Maryland's 10 electoral votes, and they'll also pick the replacement for one of the state's most popular politicians: Barbara Mikulski, who is retiring after 30 years in the U.S. Senate.
As Election Day Nears Voter Fraud Remains A Top ConcernWith less than a week until Election Day federal and state working overtime to safeguard voting results, but some are still worried about the potential of voter fraud.