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By Bruce DePuyt Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh (D) and his Washington, D.C., counterpart Karl Racine (D) made international news with their lawsuit against…

By Josh Kurtz As many as five freshman members of the House of Delegates could challenge incumbent state senators in 2018 – and several…

By Josh Kurtz Maryland Commerce Secretary Mike Gill stood in front a roomful of business leaders the other day and urged them to chant…

By Josh Kurtz Setting up one of the marquee state Senate contests of the 2018 election cycle, Del. Christian Miele (R) announced Thursday night…

By Ana Faguy and Josh Kurtz The Maryland Democratic Party has hired Stephanie Potter, a national Democratic strategist, to be its executive director, Chairwoman…

By Bruce DePuyt Fifty-five weeks from now, Maryland Democrats will decide who should be their standard-bearer against Gov. Larry Hogan (R). Next week’s balloting…

By Ana Faguy After 10 years in the state Senate, freshman Congressman Jamie Raskin (D) is adjusting to Capitol Hill but is occasionally thinking…

By Josh Kurtz Several Democratic state senators that Republicans are targeting for defeat in 2018 fared significantly better on a business group scorecard released…

By Josh Kurtz As Maryland Republicans sketch out their strategy for capturing five Democratic-held state Senate districts in 2018, the seat now occupied by…

Gov. Larry Hogan (R) had three doors he could walk through after the Democratic-led General Assembly passed a version of paid sick leave legislation…