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Ex-Delegate’s Treasurer Accused of Stealing Campaign Funds

State Prosecutor Emmit C. Davitt announced Tuesday that the former campaign treasurer of the late Del. Joseph J. "Sonny" Minnick (D-Baltimore County) has been...

The Hogan Campaign’s Quiet, Relentless Pursuit of Democratic Women

As they entered 2018, operatives for Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.’s reelection campaign were blessed to have a candidate with durable popularity, unrivaled political...

Quotations from Chairman Paul

State Sen. Paul G. Pinsky (D-Prince George's), a progressive leader in Maryland and incoming chairman of the Education, Health and Environmental Affairs Committee, has...

With Absentee Ballots Counted, Democrats Run Up Their House Majority

Anne Arundel County Democrat Heather Bagnall had to wait 10 days after the election for it to become final, but with the last absentee...

Maryland Matters on the Air

Maryland Matters' Editor Josh Kurtz will be joining Sheilah Kast for a discussion of congressional redistricting in Maryland on WYPR's "On the Record" Monday...

Frosh Appeals Federal Court’s Redistricting Ruling, Seeks Supreme Court Guidance

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) and the state’s top lawyer appear to be at odds again, after Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh...

Analysts: Surplus Expected in 2020 Budget — But Good Fortune May Not Last

General Assembly budget builders will convene in Annapolis in January with a surplus and plenty of options for spending it.The outlook for the 2020...

2 Consulting Firms Announce Changes

Two companies that are players in the Maryland political world are undergoing some changes.The Hatcher Group, a leading communications and public affairs firm that...

Keeping an Eye on Close Races

A week after Election Day, some races in Maryland are narrowing as election boards continue the process of counting absentee and provisional ballots.In Anne...

Elrich Kicks Off MoCo Transition Process: ‘Not the Usual Suspects’

There’s a fine line between inclusive and an unruly mob. But somehow Montgomery County Executive-elect Marc B. Elrich (D) and his top lieutenants managed...