A failed amendment breaking the link between inflation and increases in the gas tax is similar to bills stalled in House and Senate committees.
What better way for special interest groups to curry favor with policymakers than to pony up during the run-up to the first session of the legislative term?
Democrats ‘spent a lot of time educating voters on how easy it was to do mail-in voting,’ party leader says.
Mail-in ballots favored Democrats by an average of about 70% throughout the state.
Mail-in votes are propelling several Democrats to victory while other races seem too close to call.
While Saab’s lawsuit targets Gile, the mailers in question were sent out by the Maryland Democratic Senate Caucus Committee, not Gile’s campaign.
Political notes: New ads, a new designation for Dan Cox, new gigs for Dereck Davis and Sheila McDonald, and more
Yuripzy Morgan’s new TV ad seeks to contrast her humble beginnings as the daughter of an immigrant with Sarbanes’ status as the son of a U.S. senator (who himself was the son of immigrants).
Senate Republicans said they would spotlight Democratic policies and proposals on the campaign trail in an attempt to argue that Democrats are out of step with average Marylanders.
With an eye toward the next four years, Ferguson raises money aggressively for himself and his colleagues
In his first election cycle as the upper chamber’s leader, Senate president Bill Ferguson (D) is proving that he’s no slouch on the fundraising front.
Political Notes: Hoyer Endorses Wes Moore for Governor, Plus Legislative Candidates Backed by CASA in Action, Sierra Club
Gubernatorial hopeful Wes Moore pulled in a coveted Democratic endorsement Friday, when U.S. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer announced his support for the former…