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What Gov. Hogan’s Ethics Disclosures Tell Us — And What They Don’t

By Edward Ericson Jr.Three years into his administration, a trust representing Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan (R) continues to invest in real estate projects, including...

Analysis: Where the Gubernatorial Election Stands, Part 1

 First of two parts The candidate filing deadline is just hours away. The Democratic candidates have selected their running mates -- with the exception, as...

Howard Co. Councilmember Sets Up Dem Primary for Kasemeyer’s Senate Seat

By Josh KurtzTerm-limited Howard County Councilwoman Mary Kay Sigaty has jumped into the race to replace retiring state Sen. Edward J. Kasemeyer (D), setting...

Gubernatorial Candidates Say Hogan’s Call for Unity ‘Misleading,’ Stance on Trump ‘Soft’

Maryland Democrats gave no quarter to Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. for his State of the State speech Wednesday, particularly candidates in attendance aiming...

Poll: One-Third of Dems Undecided on Gubernatorial Field; Baker Tops Pack

Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker III would lead his closest Democratic opponents by 10 points if the gubernatorial primary were held today,...

Ex-Mayor Dixon Won’t Run for State Senate

Former Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon (D) has opted against running for the state Senate this year.In a post on her Facebook page, Dixon said...

McIntosh, Davis Running Close in Contributions to House Colleagues

Speaker of the House Michael E. Busch (D) is looking and feeling better after receiving a liver transplant from his sister eight months ago....

Kamenetz-Ervin Team Debuts in Downtown Silver Spring

On their first day on the campaign trail together, Democratic gubernatorial contender Kevin B. Kamenetz and his just-announced running mate, Valerie Ervin, played up...

Hogan, Rutherford File for Reelection, Release Short Facebook Video

While the news will surprise no one, Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan (R) formally announced his intention to run for reelection on Thursday. In a Facebook...

‘Don’t Know’ Romps in Latest Democratic Primary Poll

Nearly half of the Maryland’s likely Democratic voters in this year’s primary election have not made up their minds about which candidate to pick...