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Poll: Hogan Popular But No Shoo-in For Re-election

Gov. Larry Hogan (R) faces a tough race for re-election even as he remains popular with the voters, according to an independent poll released...

Harford County Democrats Fighting to Get Out of the Wilderness

As the 2018 election approaches, Harford County Democrats, who have already seen their fortunes tumble over the past few election cycles, are scrambling to...

Maryland Members of Congress React to Las Vegas Massacre

With national gun policy largely dictated by Capitol Hill, Maryland Matters on Monday compiled statements about Sunday night's Las Vegas shootings from Maryland's two U.S....

Big Changes Coming to the State Senate

There are 33 Democrats in the Maryland Senate. But how many will be back after the 2018 elections?That’s one of the most intriguing (and...

Political Notes from Baltimore to the Eastern Shore

Big Names for Johnny O. In an impressive display of unity, just about every leader of the House of Delegates is scheduled to come...

A Changing Political Terrain Through the Eyes of One Candidate

The early-morning crickets were still chirping when Will Jawando and his family, friends and supporters met in the parking lot of Paint Branch High...

Melony Griffith Forms Ticket With Dels. Davis and Barnes in Prince George’s

Former Del. Melony Griffith (D), who is running to replace state Sen. Ulysses Currie (D) in Prince George’s County’s 25th District, is teaming up...

Podcast on Maryland Politics, Anyone?

Maryland Matters' co-founder and editor, Josh Kurtz, taped an episode of Jordan Cooper's "Public Interest Podcast" earlier this week. Listen to a freewheeling, half-hour...

Poll Shows Wide Open Democratic Contest for Governor

Maryland Democrats are a largely liberal lot looking to nominate a like-minded candidate to take on Gov. Larry Hogan (R) in 2018.But Democratic voters...

Will Redistricting Panel Issue New Recommendations?

The Maryland Redistricting Reform Commission held its first public meeting since November 2016 in Baltimore Monday, updating a small audience on the status of...