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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…

Former Attorney General Doug Gansler (D) fares better in a head-to-head matchup with Gov. Larry Hogan (R) than four other Democrats who are also…

By Bruce DePuyt Second of two articles So what’s the mood of the electorate in Montgomery County, less than a year after term limits…

By Bruce DePuyt First of two stories Doug Duncan spends the better part of his day in a small corner office in a nondescript…

Emerge Maryland, the group that trains Democratic women to run for political office and has established itself as a major player in state politics,…

By Josh Kurtz Today’s political potpourri: Behind a mysterious “help wanted” ad; Hogan gets closer to Trump; Muslims mobilize. MANNO MYSTERY SOLVED: This “help…

Wherein your intrepid correspondent tries to hit three big political events taking place at the same time Wednesday night – and misses every speech….

Two likely Democratic candidates for governor – Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker and state Sen. Rich Madaleno – have addressed friendly, home-based audiences…

By Josh Kurtz As Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker (D) teased a friendly crowd of the county’s political, business, civic and nonprofit leaders…