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Del. McCray Poll Shows He’s ‘Strongly Positioned’ for Upset Vs. Sen. McFadden

 By Josh KurtzA recent poll conducted for state Del. Cory McCray shows the freshman lawmaker “is strongly positioned for an upset” if he takes...

Blazers and Heels for a Montgomery County Summer Celebration

By Ana FaguyMontgomery County, in all its guises, came out for the 58th annual Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce dinner at the Bethesda North...

Maryland Congressional Delegation Reacts to Colleague’s Shooting

The following are statements and tweets from Maryland's senators and House members after the shooting Wednesday morning of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.),...

Scoop: Gov. Hogan Hires Campaign Manager and General Consultant

By Josh KurtzGov. Larry Hogan (R) has hired a campaign manager and a general consultant for his 2018 re-election bid, Maryland Matters has learned.The...

Trump Lawsuit: Made Possible by the Maryland General Assembly

By Bruce DePuytMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh (D) and his Washington, D.C., counterpart Karl Racine (D) made international news with their lawsuit against President...

Freshman Delegates Move Closer to Taking on Veteran State Senators

By Josh KurtzAs many as five freshman members of the House of Delegates could challenge incumbent state senators in 2018 – and several should...

Gov. Hogan’s Top 5 Cabinet Members

By Josh KurtzMaryland Commerce Secretary Mike Gill stood in front a roomful of business leaders the other day and urged them to chant for...

Republicans Get Their Miele Ticket

By Josh KurtzSetting up one of the marquee state Senate contests of the 2018 election cycle, Del. Christian Miele (R) announced Thursday night that...

Kathleen Matthews Hires New Executive Director for State Democratic Party

By Ana Faguy and Josh KurtzThe Maryland Democratic Party has hired Stephanie Potter, a national Democratic strategist, to be its executive director, Chairwoman Kathleen...

What Virginia’s Upcoming Primary May Tell Us About Maryland in 2018

By Bruce DePuytFifty-five weeks from now, Maryland Democrats will decide who should be their standard-bearer against Gov. Larry Hogan (R). Next week’s balloting in...