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Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker continues to rack up establishment endorsements in his bid for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination. Baker has scheduled a…

Last fall, Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh (D) was one of several Democratic state officials from around the country who asked the Environmental Protection…

Happy New Year! And happy election year! After months — even years — of shadow campaigning, we can drop all pretense. This is an…

The invitations keep coming, fast and furious. We can now count close to 80 fundraisers on tap for incumbent lawmakers before the start of…

Montgomery County homeowners will be allowed to pre-pay their 2018 property taxes in 2017, thanks to a provision approved by the county council on Tuesday.

Gov. Larry Hogan (R) on Wednesday said his forthcoming bill to offset any negative impacts from the massive federal tax measure that Congress passed…

By Hoan Dang Editor’s note: This is the ninth in a series. At least 30 candidates are running for four at-large seats on the…

Maryland House Speaker Mike Busch (D) and Senate President Mike Miller (D) will be on Capitol Hill in early January, raising money with the…

Dozens of Maryland lawmakers will begin the new year with their palms extended. About 70 legislators and other state officials, who are banned from…

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….