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Editor-in-chief

Danielle Gaines covered government and politics for Maryland Matters for two years before moving into an editing position. Previously, she spent six years at The Frederick News-Post ― as the paper’s principal government and politics reporter for half that time, covering courts and legal affairs before that. She also reported for the now-defunct The Gazette of Politics and Business in Maryland and previously worked as a county government and education reporter at The Merced Sun-Star in California’s Central Valley.

A Maryland General Assembly committee is digging into concerns about whether politics are playing a role in state hiring. The Joint Committee on Fair Practices…

With echoes of the past, the crowd at a rally for Benjamin T. Jealous in Bethesda on Tuesday night held out hope that late…

The Maryland State Education Association and Service Employees international Union have launched a $75,000 campaign targeting likely voters in Anne Arundel County in a…

Maryland’s seven largest counties will elect – or reelect – county executives next week, and five of those races are highly competitive. At least…

The Jealous for governor campaign, which has struggled to raise money, showed signs of life in the just-concluded fundraising period, raising more than $1.4…

Kathy Afzali and Jan Gardner

The changing demographics of Frederick County are at the heart of the race to lead county government there. In the last two decades, the…

Tens of thousands of Marylanders shuffled through early voting centers Thursday at a rate far outpacing four years ago ― and a few voters…

A group of lawmakers from different corners of Maryland are coming together in solidarity ― before a commission is set to recommend changes to…

Sarah Elfreth and Ron George

In one of Maryland’s true swing districts, the race to represent District 30 in the state Senate could be decided by predicted trends in…

voter registration graph

With the close of voter registration last week, the gap between Republicans and Democrats has grown smaller since the last gubernatorial election in several…