Maryland votes: The Gingrich, Paul, Romney and Santorum campaigns have their say

Representatives of the Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum campaigns make their cases to Maryland primary voters in advance of Tuesday's election.

Gingrich's energy plan will work for Maryland

Gingrich's energy plan will work for Maryland

Our country and state face serious challenges. Too many people are unemployed. Gas prices are too high. And President Barack Obama is not helping to solve these problems — in fact, he's making them worse.  Read more ...

Paul would take on taxes, spending, regulation

Paul would take on taxes, spending, regulation

In less than 200 years, the free market and respect for individual liberty took this nation from a rough frontier to a global economic superpower. Today, however, state-level economies are clearly headed in the wrong direction, with the negative consequences of their actions being placed squarely on the backs of Americans.  Read more ...

Romney's private-sector expertise is unique

Romney's private-sector expertise is unique

Next Tuesday, Marylanders will cast their votes in the Republican presidential primary. Considering the critical challenges facing our nation — unchecked out-of-control spending, runaway entitlement programs, staggering unemployment numbers, skyrocketing gas prices, extremist threats, and a fragile-at-best economy — this may be the most important election of our lifetime.  Read more ...

For the clearest contrast, vote Santorum

For the clearest contrast, vote Santorum

Rick Santorum is the one viable candidate who can offer a true contrast to President Barack Obama and win back the White House. Republicans have a clear choice in the primary of this most important election, and Marylanders need Rick Santorum.  Read more ...

Editorial Poll


THE EDITORIAL BOARD


Andy Green, the opinion editor, has taken the "know a little bit about everything" approach in his time at The Sun. He was the city/state editor before coming to the editorial board, and prior to that he covered the State House and Baltimore County government.

Tricia Bishop, the deputy editorial page editor, was a reporter in the business and metro sections covering biotechnology, education and city and federal courts prior to joining the board.

Peter Jensen, former State House reporter and features writer, takes the lead on state government, transportation issues and the environment; he is the board's resident funny man and capital schmooze.

Glenn McNatt, who returned to editorial writing after serving as the newspaper's art critic, keeps an eye on the arts, culture, politics and the law for the editorial board.

Eric Holder successor [Poll]

Would Thomas E. Perez, Maryland's former labor secretary and the current U.S. labor secretary, make a good replacement for outgoing U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder?

  • Yes
  • No
  • Not sure

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