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Biden Hires Two Staffers for Md. Campaign

The outcome of the presidential election in Maryland is hardly in doubt, but former vice president Joe Biden has hired two professional political operatives...

Hogan Cuts Digital Ads for Embattled Maine Senator

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) has cut two digital ads for one of the most embattled U.S. senators on the ballot this fall,...

Md. Democratic Party: Single Early Voting Site in St. Mary’s Is ‘Extraordinary Obstacle’

Maryland Democratic Party officials condemned a decision to only have one early voting center in St. Mary’s County as “voter suppression” in a Friday...

Hogan Staffer Fired for Social Media Posts Hires Attorney Representing Kenosha Shooter

The former Hogan administration official who was fired for posting social media memes supporting the teenager arrested for firing into a crowd of protesters...

Travails of Wicomico’s Search for New Exec May Offer Lessons for Other Charter Counties

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...

Josh Kurtz: Can’t Tell the Players (or the Year) Without a Scorecard

It took 38 minutes to ride my bicycle from home to a news conference in front of the Dennis Avenue Health Center in Silver...

Hogan Weighs in on Hill Funding Fight in Meeting With Bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus

Staying on brand, Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) met Thursday with members of the bipartisan congressional Problem Solvers Caucus, An America United, his...

In Impromptu Appearance, Jones and Ferguson Close Door on Special Session

In dramatic fashion, the presiding officers of the Maryland General Assembly slammed the door Wednesday night on holding a special legislative session this fall.House...

Lack of Second Early Voting Site in St. Mary’s County Is Voter Suppression, Lawmaker...

A plan to have just one early voting center for all of St. Mary’s County in the upcoming election is voter suppression, a local...

ACLU Analysis of AG Opinion Says Lawmakers Have Legal Grounds to Convene Virtually

The American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland sent a letter to General Assembly leadership Wednesday morning asserting that the state legislature has the legal...