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Sources: Cummings’ Wife Eyes Bid for Governor

Ever since Gov. Larry Hogan (R) pulled off the upset of 2014, several Democratic strategists and stalwarts have argued that Rep. Elijah Cummings (D)...

Where Seafood and Politicians Collide

By Ana FaguyOn the third Wednesday of every July elected officials, lobbyists, political activists and seafood lovers come together on the Eastern Shore...

Waiting for Delaney

Rep. John Delaney (D), a.k.a. “Hamlet on the Potomac,” says he will announce later this month whether he plans to run for governor in...

Redemption Song

Mathew Mossburg was a prince of Annapolis – a young, ambitious, scrappy member of the Maryland House of Delegates in the mid 1990’s, gregarious...

Another Lucrative Session for Maryland Lobbyists

The American Petroleum Institute spent more money on lobbying during the recent General Assembly session than any other entity, according to a summary of...

The Kid Prepares for Her Close-up

If you’ve been around Maryland Democratic politics for the last several years – especially Young Democratic circles and women’s groups – you know Sarah...

Son of Ex-Councilman Seeking House Seat

Lost in Monday’s news that state Sen. C. Anthony Muse (D) will run for Prince George’s County executive in 2018 was another Prince George’s...

Political Notes: Dist. 39 Incumbents’ Decision to Anoint a Candidate Ruffles Feathers

The three incumbents in legislative district 39 who are seeking re-election next year – state Sen. Nancy King (D) and Dels. Kirill Reznik (D)...

Turnout in Va. Primaries Emboldens Md. Dems Looking Ahead to 2018

Maryland Democrats will run a fierce campaign next year against an incumbent whose name sounds familiar, though he's never actually run for office.This fellow’s...

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...