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Todd Eberly

Todd Eberly

Nearly a dozen counties have shared email systems and some council leaders are questioning the need to go it alone or impose limits on their executives.

Some suggestions for Gov.-elect Moore include community service and finding balance in his personal and public lives.

Brown will lead an office that will help guide and act as a legal advisor for various state agencies, offices and boards.

District 29B House seat considered one of the most competitive in Maryland.

Part of the kabuki dance of being a third party candidate for political office is having to convince skeptical voters and donors that you have even a slim shot at victory.

Without polling data, voters will have ‘no clue of who’s in the lead,’ an analyst says.

A lawyer representing former Republican National Committee chair Michael Steele has filed a formal response to a complaint regarding his gubernatorial exploratory committee, rejecting…

If a candidate holds an event to launch his gubernatorial campaign and no press is around to cover it, did it even launch at…

Hours after the news hit that Lt. Gov. Boyd K. Rutherford (R) will not run for governor in 2022, state Commerce Secretary Kelly M….


Twelve members of Congress — including Maryland’s Rep. Andrew P. Harris (R) — voted against a resolution to award Congressional Gold Medals to police…