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Annapolis Lobbying Shop Adds Ex-Schuh Aide

The upset defeat of outgoing Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh (R) is an Annapolis lobbying firm's gain. Cornerstone Government Affairs on Monday announced the...

Josh Kurtz: What the Heck Just Happened?

The Maryland Democratic Establishment has taken it on the chin quite a few times in the last few months.There was Benjamin T. Jealous’ victory...

Leggett Reflects: ‘I’m a Very Faithful Person’

Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett (D) steps down Monday after 12 years in office, ending a political career that goes back more than 30 years.County...

Frank DeFilippo: Get Ready for Larrymandering

There’s a new political game in town. It’s called Larrymandering. Redistricting is legalized bodysnatching. Most politicians understand this. Both parties play the game. Gov....

Maryland Leaders Remember President Bush

Maryland Republicans who knew President George H.W. Bush reflected on their interactions with the nation’s 41st president this weekend as the nation mourned his passing at the age...

Looking for a Change, Democrats Elect Rockeymoore Cummings as Party Chair

Following a tense Saturday morning balloting session, Maryland Democrats elected a new party leader, Maya Rockeymoore Cummings -- rebuking the favorite of the party...

More News From the State Senate

While there was absolutely zero drama in the race for the top position, Senate Democrats unanimously renominated Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr....

Running in the Footsteps of George H.W. Bush

In the Where Are They Now Department:Probably very few Marylanders remember a guy named Tom DeVor. In 2002, as a 28-year-old Bethesda resident and...

Miller Announces Senate Committee Assignments

Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. (D-Calvert) on Friday announced the full committee lineup for his chamber, and other key assignments, for the...

Leggett: I Was the Right Man for Tough Times

Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett (D) leaves office on Monday, after 12 years on the job. Councilman Marc B. Elrich (D) takes the oath...