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Louis Peck

Co-founder

Co-founder Louis Peck is the founding editor of National Journal’s Congress Daily, who, over nearly two decades, built the publication into essential reading for members of Congress and their staffs, along with lawyers, lobbyists, businesses, advocates and federal officials. He is now a contributing editor for Bethesda Magazine, providing comprehensive and sophisticated coverage of Montgomery County politics, and is a contributor to the Almanac of American Politics.

Creation of the workgroup follows years of debate in Annapolis over the wisdom of requiring circuit court judges to run in partisan elections after being appointed.

In contrast to two years ago — when appointed circuit court judges in three major jurisdictions around the state failed to survive the process…

Acting Wicomico County Executive John D. Psota — appointed on an interim basis to fill the position following the July 2020 death of County…

The Democratic Attorneys General Association announced Tuesday that it was “thrilled” to endorse Rep. Anthony Brown to be the next attorney general for the…

If you were looking for a Democratic elected official or high-profile candidate Thursday night, chances are you would have found them at the Maryland…

Paul Sarbanes holds up newspaper during Capitol Hill hearing

Sixteen months after his death, more than 200 family members, associates and friends of the late Sen. Paul Sarbanes gathered for an affectionate tribute…

Anderton indicated he remains very interested in a run for county executive in the future — as soon as four years from now.

Acting County Executive John D. Psota — chosen by the Wicomico County Council more than a year ago to fill the term of the…

U.S. Rep. Jamie B. Raskin (D-Md.) spent last summer’s congressional recess focused on notes rather than votes –musical notes, that is. At the outset…

One of the incumbents on the Prince George’s County Circuit Court has lost his bid for a full 15-year term after being appointed last…