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Rushern Baker Hires a Campaign Manager For His Gubernatorial Bid

By Josh KurtzAs Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker (D) teased a friendly crowd of the county’s political, business, civic and nonprofit leaders Wednesday...

Hogan Set to Hit the Fundraising Circuit Hard

By Josh KurtzFresh off the General Assembly session – and its 90-day ban on state officials raising money – Gov. Larry Hogan (R) is...

Political Notes From All Over

By Josh KurtzToday we feature reports on the fledgling gubernatorial campaign of Alec Ross, the beer task force organized by Comptroller Peter Franchot, developments...

Recruiting Score for GOP: Anne Arundel Councilman to Challenge Sen. DeGrange

Anne Arundel County Council Chairman John Grasso (R) tells Maryland Matters that he plans to challenge state Sen. Ed DeGrange (D), a top Republican...

Commentary: Endlessly Jealous

By Josh KurtzFormer state Del. Heather Mizeur (D) must regret that the 2014 election cycle -- when she ran a scrappy, progressive, low-budget campaign...

Sine Die: The Winners and Losers

By Josh KurtzIt’s all over but the Monday morning quarterbacking -- or perhaps more precisely, the Tuesday morning quarterbacking.The 90-day General Assembly session ended...

Scoop: Franchot Bellying Up to the Bar

State Comptroller Peter Franchot (D) will announce Tuesday that he is creating a commission to take “a comprehensive, top-to-bottom look at Maryland’s beer industry,”...

Political tidbits for the last day of session

By Josh KurtzJaws in Annapolis are still dropped over Del. Charles Barkley’s interview late last week with the Naptown Pint blog over the controversial...

Analysis: General Assembly session ends, but questions abound

By Josh KurtzThe Maryland General Assembly session began in January with legislators being indicted. It’s ending in April with another legislator indicted.What have we...

Jealous Guy: Seasoned Maryland Operative Aids Ex-NAACP Chief’s Exploratory Bid

By Josh KurtzAs he ponders whether to run for governor in 2018, former NAACP President Ben Jealous has turned to a well-known state Democratic...