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Ferguson Announces Key Hires, Will Retain Miller’s Chief of Staff

State Sen. Bill Ferguson (D-Baltimore City), the presumptive next Senate president, told his colleagues in a memo Tuesday that he intends to keep his...

Hogan Announces Search for New State Center Developer

Looking to jump-start a redevelopment process that has been mired in lawsuits and inactivity for years, Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) announced on...

Political Fundraising Notes From All Over

The lobbying firm Cornerstone Government Affairs continues to attract top-ranking Maryland politicians to its waterfront Washington, D.C., headquarters for political fundraisers.On Dec. 5, the...

State Senate Makes History With First Woman Secretary

State Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. (D-Calvert) and Sen. Bill Ferguson (D-Baltimore City), his presumed successor, announced Monday that Nicole M. Xander...

Union Policy Analyst Joining Annapolis Lobbying Shop

More movement in the Annapolis lobbying world:Matt Mullin, president and CEO of the firm High Street Strategies, announced Friday that Jen Brock-Cancellieri will be...

Union Poll Shows Wide Open Race in Baltimore

A two-month-old poll on the Baltimore mayoral election showed City Council President Brandon M. Scott leading his potential Democratic primary rivals in hypothetical matchups...
Hoyer and Pelosi

Hoyer Guides Moderate Dems as Impeachment Heats Up

U.S. House Majority Leader Steny H. Hoyer is a main player in the impeachment inquiry against President Trump, but much of his work is...

Congress Awaits IG Report on Cancellation of FBI Headquarters Move

By Julianne HeberleinWith parts of the FBI headquarters building crumbling on Pennsylvania Avenue NW in Washington, D.C., there had been plans to relocate the...

GOP Lawmaker Crosses State to Announce Congressional Bid in Gerrymandered District

State Del. Neil C. Parrott (R-Washington) traveled nearly 200 miles Thursday, stopping in five counties along the way, to announce his candidacy for the...

At Filing Deadline, Lawmaker Reprimanded by Colleagues Joins Congressional Race

State Del. Hasan M. "Jay" Jalisi (D), reprimanded by his colleagues earlier this year for mistreating and overworking his legislative staff, just beat Wednesday's...