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Republican Polling Memo Sees Klausmeier as Highly Vulnerable

Maryland Republicans are questioning a recent Democratic poll that showed Baltimore County state Sen. Katherine A. Klausmeier (D) with a substantial lead over her...

Madaleno Touts Ticket’s Experience With Choice of Jenkins as Running Mate

Standing in the cold drizzle outside of her high school alma mater in North Baltimore, Luwanda W. Jenkins went from one-time bureaucrat to political...

Women’s Caucus Issues Recommendations for Fighting Harassment

As the Maryland General Assembly attempts to find new ways to police itself – and all the people who work on the legislative campus...

Alec Ross Brews Unconventional Pick for Running Mate

Alec Ross, the contender who is running the most unconventional campaign for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination, has chosen a most unconventional running mate.Ross’ candidate...

Women’s Caucus Issues Recommendations for Fighting Harassment

By Josh KurtzAs the Maryland General Assembly attempts to find new ways to police itself – and all the people who work on the...

Kirwan Responds to Media Reports on Commission’s Work and Timetable

To clarify some of the reporting following Thursday's release of the Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education’s Preliminary Report, Commission Chairman William E....

Shea’s Pick for LG Says He’s Not Thinking Beyond June Primary

By William F. ZorziBaltimore Councilman Brandon M. Scott, who at 33 is already considered a rising star in the city, stepped up onto the...

Political Notebook: Klausmeier Leads Miele in State Senate Poll – And More!

By Josh KurtzBaltimore County state Sen. Katherine A. Klausmeier (D), a top Republican target this year, has opened up a 16-point lead over her...

House Panel Kills Senate Bill Extending Effective Date of Sick Leave Law

The House Economic Matters Committee killed a Senate bill Thursday that would have pushed back the effective date of the state’s new sick-leave legislation...

Kirwan Commission Won’t Release Final Report on Education Until After Elections

A state commission has released preliminary recommendations on how to improve education in Maryland but won’t issue its final report — or its price...