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A collection of stories from The Baltimore Sun regarding the Nov. 4 election for all of Maryland's 47 districts in the General Assembly.

Republican Michael Anthony Peroutka and Democrat Patrick Armstrong are competing to represent Severna Park, Arnold and Broadneck on the Anne Arundel County Council.
Capitalizing on a GOP surge nationally, Maryland Republicans picked up several seats in the General Assembly where they have been the minority party for years.
After seven years of representing Harford County in the Maryland House of Delegates, Republican Del. Wayne Norman is seeking support from the voters of Harford and Cecil counties in his bid for state senator.
Both House of Delegate seats are up for grabs in legislative Subdistrict 35B, created since the last election, that covers part of northern Harford County and western and northern Cecil County.
Five Baltimore Democrats who lost to state Del. Frank M. Conaway Jr. in this year's primary election are asking voters to support a write-in candidate after Conaway posted a series of rambling videos online
The issue of gun regulation, which has already made news at the state level in the race for governor and locally in the Howard County executive campaign, has made its way to Ellicott City.
A Baltimore County candidate for the House of Delegates paid a $2,500 fine for writing checks from his campaign account, which is against the law.
Howard County politics took a less-than-civil turn over the weekend, when signs for Republican state Senate candidate Jody Venkatesan and sheriff candidate Jim Fitzgerald, a Democrat, were defaced by graffiti.
Three Democratic candidates have challenged the three sitting Republican legislators in a bid for their District 7 Maryland House of Delegates seats, accusing the incumbents of creating gridlock in Annapolis similar to the ongoing partisan gridlock among Democrats and Republicans in Congress.
Republican state Sen. J.B. Jennings of Joppa, who has spent more than a decade in the Maryland General Assembly, is being challenged for his Senate seat by Democrat Kim Letke of Joppa, a former police officer and current government contractor.
Who will be the last woman standing in the District 34B race, representing Harford County in the House of Delegates?
While it may seem unusual to see 1st District Councilman Quirk's campaign signs attached to those of Joseph Hooe's, a Republican running for state delegate in District 12, both candidates said it's a display of bipartisanship.
Candidates running for two seats representing District 42B in the House of Delegates cite rain tax, a friendly business climate and property rights of farmers as key issues in the newly redistricted district that stretches from Joppa Road to North Baltimore County.
Katherine Butcher, 58, is the only Republican running in District 21, a carat-shaped district that skims the Prince George's-Montgomery County line before crossing into Anne Arundel County, encompassing parts of Laurel, College Park, Gambrills and Odenton.
Laura Hussey of UMBC discusses District 12 race for state delegate
Incumbent Stephen Lafferty, a Democrat, faces Rebublican Michael McAllister in the race for House of Delegates seat representing District 42A.
Democratic Del. David Rudolph, a 20-year veteran representative of Cecil County in the Maryland General Assembly, is facing two challengers going into next week's general election as he seeks a sixth term in Annapolis.
Harford voters in District 34A, which covers most of the area east of I-95, will get a chance to pick two delegates in the race for the House of Delegates this upcoming election.
A Maryland State Board of Elections official ruled Wednesday to dismiss a campaign finance complaint brought against County Council candidate Jon Weinstein.
Republican Corey Stottlemyer, an economist, is taking on veteran Democrat Ron Young in a Frederick County state Senate race.
A Republican state Senate candidate from Annapolis has admitted he falsely claimed to hold a college degree, saying he hasn't yet graduated.
In Anne Arundel County, longtime state Sen. John Astle, a conservative Democrat, is facing a challenge from Republican Don Quinn, a political newcomer, to represent the Annapolis area and south county.
Lansdowne resident Brian S. Bailey, a former candidate for state delegate in District 12, receives fine, and supervised probation for failing to provide authority line for campaign material.
Campaigns on Baltimore County's east side are still in full swing, but one outcome is already certain: For the first time in nearly half a century, voters get a new state senator.
The Hershey Company is accusing a state senator from Queen Anne's County of using chocolate-colored campaign signs to draw on its sugary "fame and equity" to drum up votes.
Political consultant Julius Henson, convicted in connection with a 2010 robocall, is running a largely negative campaign against Sen. Nathaniel J. McFadden in East Baltimore's 45th District.
State Sen. Jim Brochin of Baltimore County says he's independent. His challenger, Connie DeJuliis, says she's more in tune with Democrats.
Advocates seeking to increase tax on pack of cigarettes from $2 to $3
A week before Maryland's primary elections, prosecutors in Texas are seeking to extradite a Baltimore candidate for state Senate on a felony charge of theft.
Three delegates — Keiffer Mitchell Jr., Keith Haynes and Melvin Stukes – are competing for a single seat in the Maryland House, the result of redistricting. District 44A is the smallest in the city, but the race is perhaps the most fiercely contested.
In Pasadena, Republican voters have a dizzying array of choices for state delegate this year. Six challengers are up against two incumbents in the two-delegate District 31B. Most of the challengers are gunning for one of those incumbents: Del. Don Dwyer Jr.
Baltimore City Councilman Bill Henry is challenging state Sen. Joan Carter Conway in North Baltimore's 43rd legislative district. He says her power has gone to her head. She says she uses it to help the citizens of Baltimore.
Chairwoman of Baltimore's senate delegation to step down after redistricting
For the first time in 12 years, Sen. Ulysses S. Currie of Prince George's County is facing a challenger in the Democratic primary, state Del. Melony Griffith, who describes Currie as a friend.
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