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  • Ulman clears first hurdle to State House

    Ulman clears first hurdle to State House
    Howard County Executive Ken Ulman cleared the first hurdle to the State House on Tuesday night, June 24, as he and gubernatorial running mate Anthony Brown clinched the Democratic nomination with about 50 percent of the vote, according to unofficial results.
  • Incumbents lead the pack in campaign funds

    In the 2014 political campaign, Laurel's representatives running for re-election hold an advantage that is often held by incumbents. District 1 County Council member Mary Lehman is eligible to run for another term, and all the members of the District 21...

    In uncertain Howard races, finance reports may provide clue to competitiveness

    In uncertain Howard races, finance reports may provide clue to competitiveness
    With four state House representatives retiring, two delegates hoping to move up to positions in the state Senate and a County Council member and state senator campaigning to become the next county executive, Howard voters have a lot to take in this...

    Howard executive campaigns collect bulk of donations from businesses, PACs

    Howard executive campaigns collect bulk of donations from businesses, PACs
    Political observers got a first glimpse of the 2014 electoral landscape Jan. 15 as candidates from state and local races filed their first campaign finance reports of 2014. It's bound to be a transitional year for Howard County politics — newly...

    Brown's victory reinforces Prince George's political clout

    Brown's victory reinforces Prince George's political clout
    Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown’s victory in the primary election not only means Maryland could see its first African-American governor, but it also reinforces the power the heavily Democratic and majority African-American Prince George’s County has...