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The race for comptroller appears to be the closest of the statewide contests, according to a recent poll from the Sarah T. Hughes Center for Politics at Goucher College.

As the primary election season unfolds, Maryland Matters is committed to illuminating the policy priorities — and policy differences — among the candidates for governor.

By IAN DECKER Capital News Service It’s 2:05 p.m. on a Monday in April when Robin Ficker, one of four declared Republican candidates running…

Maryland Matters invited the 2022 candidates for governor to answer the following question:  In 300 words or less, please share your vision for your…

Ten candidates for governor laid out their plans to tackle climate change at a Tuesday night forum, a number of them supporting mass transit…

Comptroller Peter Franchot’s gubernatorial campaign insisted on Friday that his decision to pass on a high-profile candidate forum was not part of an orchestrated…

The Maryland Libertarians chose David Lashar, an IT policy professional and former Hogan administration official, to be their nominee for governor.

Editor’s Note: This story was updated to remove an incorrect quote from Del. Daniel L. Cox. Maryland Matters regrets the error.  Black policymakers challenged…

A year ago, David Lashar was a high-ranking bureaucrat at the Maryland Department of Health, a faceless if important cog in the Hogan administration…

A high-ranking official of the Maryland Health Department is seeking the nomination of the Libertarian Party to challenge U.S. Rep. John Sarbanes (D). J….