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Chris Van Hollen

Chris Van Hollen

A view of the Maryland House of Delegates chamber from the gallery.

Both Democrats were 25 when they were elected to the House of Delegates on Election Day.

‘The protection of the Chesapeake Bay has proved far more difficult and much more of a long reach than I ever expected,’ Ann Swanson says.

Proposal would unite a series of park areas and visitor centers operated by the National Park Service as well as privately owned properties along the Bay.

The mood of Maryland voters as they went to the polls in several key jurisdictions.

For 50 years, Democrats have imagined that a high turnout of young voters will help their candidates. But the enthusiasm and turnout they desire is often illusory.

Incumbents continue to have strong fundraising advantages over their challengers.

Heather Mizeur returns to her old stomping grounds next week for a fundraiser.

Charles County leaders to press MDOT officials at annual meeting, set for Wednesday.

The Clean Water Act of 1972 pushed for nationwide change to pollutants discharged into America’s waters, cleaning up various watersheds and tightening other environmental…

Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy (D) will participate in a symposium next week in Washington, D.C., featuring nationally known Black activists, community…