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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.

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…

Challengers were ahead of incumbent circuit court judges in contests in Charles and Howard counties and appeared on their way to upsets early Wednesday,…

Seeking to end a weeks-long standoff that at times bordered on political soap opera, the Wicomico County Council adopted a resolution Friday to keep…

First, the putative frontrunner for appointment as Wicomico County’s next executive, Del. Carl L. Anderton Jr. (R), came up a vote short in the…

A 30-minute session of the Wicomico County Council Friday evening yielded a majority consensus — without a formal vote — to restart the search…

Less than four days after his surprise appointment as the next Wicomico County executive stirred both consternation and controversy, Dr. Rene Desmarais – a…

Del. Carl L. Anderton Jr. (R) Thursday unexpectedly fell short of winning appointment as the next Wicomico County executive — losing out to Rene…

Del. Carl L. Anderton Jr. (R-Lower Shore) is hoping to be appointed the next Wicomico County executive, filling a post left vacant by the…