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Former Baltimore County Exec Ted Venetoulis Dies at 87

Theodore G. "Ted" Venetoulis, a former Baltimore County executive who was a power player in Maryland politics and civic life for more than half...

Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission Remains Split On Single- Vs. Multi-Member Districts

Members of the Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission remained split over the issue of single- vs. multi-member districts as their final round of public hearings...

Mizeur Raised $1 Million So Far in 2021, Boasting Record for Early Fundraising, Campaign...

Heather Mizeur (D) has raised more than $1 million in her bid to represent the 1st Congressional District, a figure her campaign says is...

Josh Kurtz: Where the Buck Stops

About an hour after news circulated Tuesday that his former chief of staff, Roy McGrath, had been charged by federal and state prosecutors for...

Marylanders Urge Transparency at Legislative Redistricting Advisory Commission Hearing

Marylanders urged members of the General Assembly’s Legislative Redistricting Advisory Commission at a Tuesday hearing to make draft maps available for public comment before...

Don Mohler: An Unsettling Wake-up Call for Team Franchot

The race to represent the Democrats in the gubernatorial election next June should pretty much be a done deal. But as so often happens in politics, the voters seem to have other ideas.

Roy McGrath, Governor’s Former Chief of Staff, Faces Federal, State Criminal Charges

Roy McGrath, the former chief of staff to Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan, Jr. (R) and ex-head of the Maryland Environmental Service, faces more than...

Here’s a Different Way to Get to Know the Democratic Candidates for Governor

It's often said that in an election, voters gravitate toward the candidate they would most like to have a beer with.With that in mind,...

Redistricting Commissioners Allied With Hogan Don’t See Eye-to-Eye on Single-Member Districts

Members of the Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission debated whether to include single- or multi-member delegate districts in their legislative maps at a Monday evening...

Sen. Hough Steps Down as Minority Whip, as Political Moves Continue in District 4

Frederick County Sen. Michael R. Hough (R) announced Monday that he has stepped down as minority whip after one year in the leadership post.Hough...