Election 2022

Here’s a Different Way to Get to Know the Democratic Candidates for Governor

It's often said that in an election, voters gravitate toward the candidate they would most like to have a beer with.With that in mind,...

Redistricting Commissioners Allied With Hogan Don’t See Eye-to-Eye on Single-Member Districts

Members of the Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission debated whether to include single- or multi-member delegate districts in their legislative maps at a Monday evening...

Sen. Young Becomes First Elected Official to Back Gansler for Governor

State Sen. Ronald N. Young (D-Frederick) on Friday became the first elected official to endorse former Maryland attorney general Douglas F. Gansler (D) for...

Moore Campaign Poll Confirms Wide Open Race, But Suggests He Has a Path to...

A month-old poll conducted for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wes Moore shows a wide-open race for the nomination in 2022 — though with plenty of...

Western Md. Shows Partisan Divide Over Congressional District Boundaries

Maryland’s 6th Congressional District was the subject of a lawsuit that made it all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, and members of...

In Formal Response to Campaign Finance Allegation, Steele Says He’s Complying With Md. Law

A lawyer representing former Republican National Committee chair Michael Steele has filed a formal response to a complaint regarding his gubernatorial exploratory committee, rejecting...

Dist. 46 Legislators to Run as a Team, But Leave One Slot Open For...

Things sure have changed in the four years since lawmakers in the District 46 legislative delegation last announced that they would run together as...
LGBT+

Opinion: Priorities for Maryland’s Commission on LGBTQ Affairs

Maryland needs to establish an LGBT+ affairs commission, says one Baltimore candidate for the House of Delegates.

Democratic Candidates for Governor Roll Out Endorsements

Two Democratic candidates for governor rolled out endorsements Monday — in one case, a roster of elected officials from Baltimore City, and in the...

Analysis: Some Takeaways From the First Democratic Gubernatorial Forum

If a gubernatorial candidate forum — the first of the 2022 election cycle — takes place and very few people watch it, did it...