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Steele Creates Exploratory Committee for Possible Gubernatorial Bid

Michael S. Steele, the former lieutenant governor and one-time chairman of the Republican National Committee, has created an exploratory committee ahead of a possible...

Montgomery County Residents Debate Multi-Member Districts At Redistricting Hearing

Several Montgomery County residents at a public hearing Wednesday evening urged members of the Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission to keep multi-member districts in their...

In High-Stakes Vote, Transportation Board Revives Hogan Highway Plan

A month-long campaign by Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) to revive his signature transportation project paid dividends on Wednesday, when a regional panel...

District 18, District 12 Slates File for Re-Election

Montgomery County lawmakers from District 18 filed for re-election to the General Assembly on Wednesday and plan to campaign together as the District 18...

Former Congressman Barnes Takes Over Ethics Panel on Capitol Hill

Former Maryland congressman Michael D. Barnes has taken over leadership of a bipartisan ethics panel on Capitol Hill.Barnes on Friday became board chairman of...

Mia Mason Endorses Mizeur In 1st District Race

Mia Mason, the veteran who challenged Rep. Andrew P. Harris (R) in 2020, endorsed former Del. Heather R. Mizeur (D) to take on Maryland's...

GOP Race to Replace Sen. Edwards Quickly Taking Shape

One week after veteran state Sen. George C. Edwards (R-Garrett) announced plans to retire next year, a competitive Republican primary is shaping up to...

Del. Szeliga: Democrats Wary of a Potential Hogan U.S. Senate Run With Good Reason

In a recent opinion piece offering advice to Gov. Larry Hogan on a possible U.S. Senate bid, Tiffany Muller of End Citizens United and...

White Oak Among Locations Being Considered for Montgomery County Early Voting Centers in 2022

The White Oak Community Recreation Center is among 19 potential locations being considered for early voting centers in the 2022 elections, Montgomery County Board...

With or Without Hogan as a Foe, Van Hollen Builds $3 Million War Chest

With his re-election campaign looming and at least the distant prospect that Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) could take him on in 2022,...