When Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler arrived at a house party of teenagers in June, he pushed through the crowd, past youngsters dancing on a table and a smattering of red plastic cups. One of the revelers snapped a photo.
Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler said Thursday that showing up at a "beach week" party of teenagers and not investigating whether there was underage drinking was "a mistake that I made."
From Instagram to Miley Cyrus, a day of truly bad optics for gubernatorial candidate.
Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler's comments about how parents of daughters may respond differently to underage drinking drew a sharp rebuke Monday from a political rival.
A Delaware beach resort town that was the scene last June of a teenage party visited by Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler issued a statement Monday criticizing parents who rent homes there for "senior week" celebrations.
Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler's running mate said Friday she believed "it's obvious on its face" that an opponent in the Democratic race for governor is "trying to throw dirt every time we're making progress."
At a Silver Spring diner last week, as Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler sat with reporters and considered a photo of himself standing amid a teenage party, one of the diner’s owners approached the table.
Here's a roundup of commentary on Maryland attorney general and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Doug Gansler, who said he "made a mistake" by not intervening at a beach week party in Delaware where there was underage drinking.
I guess the only thing worse for Doug Gansler would be the revelation that he ordered his Maryland State Police driver to run red lights to get the attorney general to his son's senior week party on the Delaware shore.
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In an interview with The Baltimore Sun, Attorney General Gregory F. Gansler talks about events surrounding a party in June at a Delaware beach house. A picture shows the gubernatorial candidate surrounded by young people.
Sun reporter Erin Cox talks about the Gansler story on CNN
This police document details a reported break-in at beach house where Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate Doug Gansler was photographed during a Beach Week party where attendees said there was underage drinking. According to minutes of a South Bethany Town Council meeting, the house sustained about $50,000 in damage, which police said was likely from the alleged burglary.
Give him credit for this: Maryland's top lawyer knows how to articulate the crucial question. Asked by The Baltimore Sun's Erin Cox and Michael Dresser about a photo showing him standing in the middle of a wild high school party in a rented Delaware house this summer, he said, "Assume for the purposes of discussion that there was widespread drinking at the party. How is that relevant to me? ... The question is, do I have any moral authority over other people's children at beach week in another...
Planning documents for a Beach Week stay at a South Bethany rental house where Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate Doug Gansler was photographed during a party where attendees said there was underage drinking.
Local and national media outlets are abuzz over the news that Maryland Attorney General Douglas Gansler was briefly at a party where underage drinking occurred, and I still can't decide if I'm outraged or nonplussed.
Should Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler have shut down a house party he visited where teens were drinking?
Doug Gansler's truly bad day of TV optics started Thursday with a Sun story and accompanying picture off Instagram of a beach party the attorney general attended in Delaware.