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Dutch Ruppersberger

Dutch Ruppersberger

Maryland congressmen argue that Republicans have turned the earmarks process into ‘partisan politics.’

Baltimore County executive has been raising money for a possible congressional run.

A tribute to Maryland’s longest-serving member of Congress in history is more a rally to mobilize the troops for 2024 than a look back.

State officials are edging closer to an official start of a long-awaited effort to resurrect a canceled east-west transit line. Gov. Wes Moore (D)…

It’s like Christmas — or at least a minor holiday — for political junkies: The biennial release of the Cook Political Report’s Partisan Voting Index (PVI)….

Theft of SNAP benefits skyrocketed to more than $1 million last year in Maryland alone.

The $37 million project includes raising the height of the academy’s sea wall to address daily high tides and minor storms through the year 2100.

As results continued to trickle into a campaign watch party in downtown Frederick on Tuesday night, U.S. Rep David Trone acknowledged that his bid…

The governor’s victory tour includes a stop before one of his favorite organizations.

Incumbents continue to have strong fundraising advantages over their challengers.