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Kathy Szeliga

Kathy Szeliga

Harris ally says he is not afraid to be ‘cancelled.’ Mizeur’s backers say she is focused on ‘results.’

The fate of several lawmakers could be determined over the next few days by the pending count of mail-in ballots.

These aren’t the only lawmakers who are potentially vulnerable — and of course, not everybody on this list is going to lose.

Opponents of Maryland’s legislative redistricting plan filed challenges on Friday to a high court adviser’s recommendation to keep the boundaries drawn by the General…

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) signed the state’s new congressional district map into law on Monday afternoon. On Tuesday morning, Yuripzy Morgan, a…

The report from Special Magistrate Alan M. Wilner will serve as a recommendation to the Court of Appeals, which has original jurisdiction over challenges to state legislative maps.

Voters will decide the issue in November. Possible veto showdown set for next week.

House Majority Leader Eric G. Luedtke (D-Montgomery) likened the amendment to the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ legislation that was recently passed in Florida.

The Maryland General Assembly advanced bills on Friday that would ban the sale and ownership of unserialized firearms, or “ghost guns.” The Senate preliminarily…

A person fills a car with gasoline from a green pump

Maryland’s budget surplus is expected to grow by another $1.6 billion, totaling about $7.5 billion over the next two years.