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Here Are Maryland’s Potential Electors For 2020

The next president of the United States will ultimately be chosen by the 538-member Electoral College when it convenes in December, including 10 electors...

Former Maryland Electors Share Thoughts on Electoral College As General Election Approaches

Millions of Marylanders are expected to cast their ballots by mail and in-person for the upcoming general election ― but they won’t be the...

Opinion: Why Remove Confederate Statues But Keep Confederate Policies?

As statues of people who represent discrimination come down, residents of Montgomery County are reflecting on what that means to us.After all, we live...

In Montgomery, Officials Talk Federal Stimulus, Revenues, and Education Reform Veto

State and local officials say the economic hit brought on the pandemic might not be as bad as originally expected ― so long as...
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Analysis Finds Harris Is Part of Trump’s ‘Unbreakable Wall’ in Congress

President Trump probably views the Maryland congressional delegation as a vast wasteland of criticism and opposition.  But if he was only going to have one...

Hogan Taps Former Communications Guru as New Chief of Staff

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) announced Tuesday that he is bringing back Amelia Chassé Alcivar, a top aide in his first term communications...

A New Gig for Joel Rubin

Joel Rubin, the vice mayor of Chevy Chase who has run unsuccessfully for Congress and the House of Delegates in recent election cycles, has...

Marylanders’ Attitudes About Government’s COVID Response Vary By Demographic

Nearly half of all Marylanders have experienced financial hardship since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, and people remain concerned that they or a...

State Legislatures Have More Women and Racial Diversity, Compared to Five Years Ago

Gender and racial representation in Maryland’s State House continues to outpace most states, according to a new national census of state legislators.State legislatures overall...

Poll Shows Marylanders on Board With Police Reform

As Maryland legislative committees craft comprehensive police reform packages for the 2021 General Assembly session, they appear to have significant support from voters, according...