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There’s been much speculation about what the current national political situation might mean for races in Maryland in 2018. Many political professionals believe Gov….

Democratic gubernatorial contender Ben Jealous continues to rack up union support. Jealous, the former NAACP president, will be endorsed Thursday morning in Baltimore by…

Senate President Mike Miller (D) is keeping it All in the Family. Maryland Matters has learned that Miller intends to hire Patrick Murray, a…

By David Trone President Trump recently reminded us that he was a “nice student” at an Ivy League school. He’s referring to his tenure…

When state Sen. Victor Ramirez (D) decided to run for Prince George’s County state’s attorney rather than seek a third term, it was initially…

When Warren Deschenaux, the Maryland General Assembly’s veteran fiscal guru and top staffer, announced earlier this year that he planned to retire, legislative leaders…

It’s funny, when you moderate a political debate and then read about it. As I write this, I’ve read four stories about Thursday morning’s…

The Democrats running for governor in Maryland are largely united in their disdain for Republican incumbent Larry Hogan, their belief that more money is…

One day after Roy Moore’s flameout in the Alabama special Senate election, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) said the outcome was no surprise. Talking…

The Maryland Association of Counties installed its new board of directors last week at the organization’s annual winter meeting in Cambridge. Gov. Larry Hogan…