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Frank DeFilippo: In Lead-up to Campaigns for Governor, Candidates Galore Diddle and Dawdle

Eliot’s April is the cruelest month for Maryland voters. Politicians think about, ponder, pander, ruminate, consider and mull – the foreplay of campaigns. Occasionally...
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Alsobrooks Hints at Pitch to Keep Washington Football Team

Prince George’s County Executive Angela D. Alsobrooks (D) hinted this week that the county is in the planning stages of developing incentives to convince...

The Baltimore Riot, 160 Years Later: Shades of the Capitol Insurrection

An angry mob gathered in the streets, many armed with makeshift weapons, intent on inflicting harm on those in uniform.This deadly confrontation occurred 160...

Mizeur Collects $350K for Congressional Bid; Aruna Miller Raising Money for Possible House Run

Heather Mizeur, the former state delegate and Democratic gubernatorial contender whose decision to challenge U.S. Rep. Andrew P. Harris (R) has excited party activists...

Hogan’s Redistricting Commission Announces Members

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.’s redistricting commission — tasked with making recommendations on congressional and legislative maps that he will submit to the General...

Acknowledging ‘Uphill Climb,’ Glassman Launches Campaign for Comptroller

Standing in front of the fire house where he served as a volunteer EMT — the spot from which he has launched all his...

Chamber of Commerce Leader to Seek Montgomery Council Seat

Marilyn Balcombe, who ran one of the most consequential unsuccessful campaigns in the 30-plus candidate Democratic primary field for Montgomery County Council at-large in...

In Competitive District, Sen. West Gets First Democratic Challenger

Unless district lines change dramatically — which they could — there may at most be a handful of competitive state Senate races in next year's...

O’Malley Watch: EPA? Vatican? Trade Press Is Buzzing

Former Gov. Martin J. O'Malley (D) is being touted for a top job at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, a leading environmental publication reported...

Schulz Wastes No Time After Rutherford Bows Out; Glassman Expected to Run for Comptroller

Hours after the news hit that Lt. Gov. Boyd K. Rutherford (R) will not run for governor in 2022, state Commerce Secretary Kelly M....