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Ashanti Martinez

The fate of several lawmakers could be determined over the next few days by the pending count of mail-in ballots.

These aren’t the only lawmakers who are potentially vulnerable — and of course, not everybody on this list is going to lose.

The 2020 census revealed that Latinos grew from 8% of the Maryland population to 12% in the last decade, making representation in government more…

The Maryland General Assembly’s redistricting commission convened its first public hearing in Prince George’s County on Monday night, where residents urged commission members to…

Nicole A. Williams, a lawyer with a gold-plated resume of civic and political activism, is throwing her hat into the ring to replace departed…

The Prince George’s County Democratic Central Committee will hold a public hearing on Oct. 29 to hear from people interested in replacing former Del….

A senior member of the House of Delegates who resigned abruptly Friday faces a federal corruption charge for allegedly pocketing more than $22,000 in…