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Robert Cassilly

November’s election results are going to necessitate a lot of soul-searching among GOP activists about the kind of candidates and messages the party needs to be advancing in this blue state.

Several competitive open-seat Senate primaries are now in the process of being called.

Nobody knows exactly who’s voting — or when we’ll finally know the official outcome of all the races.

Some of the most hard-fought elections in Maryland this year will be races for county executive in the state’s largest jurisdictions.

Senate President Bill Ferguson (D-Baltimore City) on Friday called on Dr. Robert Redfield, a senior health adviser to Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R),…

Drunk Driving

In 2019, 167 people died in drunk-driving crashes in Maryland, representing nearly a third of all traffic deaths. That’s 167 of our mothers, fathers,…

The Maryland Senate passed what would be the state’s most ambitious climate action plan on Friday with some bipartisan support. The vote was 34-11….

The Maryland Senate began preliminary discussions Friday on a sweeping climate action plan that calls for net-zero statewide greenhouse gas emissions by 2045. The…

Republicans on the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee cried partisanship Thursday as their Democratic counterparts consistently shot down their amendments to two major pieces of…

Senate Finance Committee Chairwoman Delores G. Kelley (D-Baltimore County) presented a bill Tuesday that would prohibit judges from sentencing juvenile offenders to life without…