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Rachel Jones

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 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.

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

Following nearly 2 1/2 hours of debate, the Senate gave preliminary approval Friday to the Abortion Care Access Act, which would allow nurse practitioners,…

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) railed against Democratic lawmakers Thursday afternoon for not passing his crime bills for the third year in a…

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) will choose between two Democrats to fill a House of Delegates vacancy in District 27B. The Calvert County…