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State Teachers’ Union Gets New Executive Director

The Maryland State Education Association announced Thursday that Sean Johnson, who currently serves as the union's legislative and political director, will take over as...

Ex-Mayoral Contender T.J. Smith Is Advising Independent’s City Hall Bid

T.J. Smith, who ran unsuccessfully for Baltimore mayor in the Democratic primary this year, has signed on as an adviser to Robert Wallace, a...

Del. Anderton Among Four Seeking Appointment to Vacant Wicomico Co. Executive Post

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...

‘Too Much at Stake’ to Wait Till January, Special Session Advocates Say

Groups representing workers, tenants, immigrants, parents, students and others pledged on Wednesday to ramp up their campaign to bring the Maryland General Assembly back...

State Elections Board Sets Dates for Early Voting

Early voting in Maryland will take place between Oct. 26 and Nov. 2 -- one day before Election Day -- State Board of Elections...

Montgomery County Chief Administrative Officer Resigns Under Fire

After weeks of withering criticism from County Council members over an ethics complaint, Montgomery County Chief Administrative Officer Andrew Kleine resigned late Tuesday.County Executive...

Cecil County Exec Sues to Boot Opponent, Claims Fraud

The Republican nominee for Cecil County executive won her primary in June by a wide margin, but the incumbent she ousted contends she should...

Maryland Matters on the Air

Maryland Matters Editor Josh Kurtz will be a guest on WAMU's Kojo Nnamdi Show Wednesday afternoon, discussing Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.'s new memoir,...

With Voting on the Rise, Poor Voters Could Be Pivotal in November

Low-income voters are less likely to participate in national elections than voters with higher incomes – but a new report says voting rates are...

Md. Democratic Women Hail Harris Selection as ‘Monumental’ Moment

Growing up in the suburbs of New York City, as a young girl interested in politics, Del. Wanika B. Fisher (D-Prince George's) never imagined...