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Businessman David Trone continues to spend freely from his own pocket in his bid to win a congressional seat – but is also raising…

Maryland’s two U.S. senators, a former U.S. senator, two former governors, Attorney General Brian Frosh (D) and U.S. Rep. Jamie Raskin (D) have penned…

Democratic legislators waiting by the phone for an invitation to join a gubernatorial ticket may not want to get their hopes up too high….

Beleaguered Maryland Democrats may yet have some cause for optimism. On a day when hundreds of people came together to pay tribute to venerated…

By Charlie Gerow Most Americans agree that tax reform and significant tax cuts are badly needed. The keys to successfully reinventing our tax system…

After months of rumors and speculation, Heather Mizeur has finally answered the “What’s Heather Mizeur Up to?” question. On Wednesday, Mizeur, the former state…

How much cash on hand did the candidates for governor have the last time campaign committees had to file finance reports, in mid-January? Gov….

Elevate Maryland, the excellent new podcast hosted by Howard County stalwarts Candace Dodson Reed and Tom Coale, invited Josh Kurtz of Maryland Matters on …

A message from Maryland Matters co-founder and editor Josh Kurtz: Please join us on Tuesday, October 17 for a Maryland Matters fundraiser in Annapolis….

State Sen. Cheryl Kagan (D), who has pondered running for Montgomery County executive over the past several months, will announce Thursday afternoon that she…