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Even with the COVID-19 pandemic, there are still political developments to report ahead of Maryland’s April 28 primaries — which could eventually be rescheduled…

The nation’s largest health care worker and property services unions, the Service Employees International (SEIU) Locals 1199 and 32BJ, issued endorsements in the Baltimore…

Caylin Young, who sought an appointment to the House of Delegates this week but placed second behind Chanel Branch in a controversial central committee…

An independent poll released Tuesday shows a wide open race in the Democratic primary for mayor of Baltimore. Former prosecutor Thiru Vignarajah topped the field…

A former top official at the U.S. Treasury Department during the Obama administration is poised to make a late entry into the Baltimore mayoral…

The Baltimore Sun editorial board had a simple, seasonal lament in an editorial that ran Saturday: “All we want for Christmas is a scandal…

If you hang around politics long enough, you’ll invariably hear a race described by the “lane” each candidate occupies. It’s a simplistic way of…

It’s hardly a secret that much of state Comptroller Peter V.R. Franchot’s political team is full of admirers of state Sen. Mary L. Washington…

Add state Del. Nick J. Mosby to the list of Democratic candidates for Baltimore City Council president in the April 2020 primary. Mosby announced…

The three building blocks of every successful political campaign are: money, media and organization. A combination of any two works as long as one…