Gubernatorial candidates Ben Jealous and Larry Hogan again spent a day touting dueling endorsements on Thursday. Jealous picked up support from the Democratic leaders in the General Assembly, while Hogan, the Republican governor, was endorsed by the statewide Fraternal Order of Police.
Rep. Anthony G. Brown, Maryland’s former lieutenant governor, said Tuesday he is supporting businessman David Trone in the state’s 6th Congressional District, marking the first time a member of the state’s congressional delegation has weighed in on the competitive race.
Rep. Anthony G. Brown is slowly making progress paying back the $500,000 he borrowed from a union in the waning weeks of his unsuccessful 2014 run for governor — but he is doing so in an unexpected way.
Rep. Anthony G. Brown on Monday became the first Maryland congressman to say he will not attend the inauguration of Donald J. Trump Friday, pointing to the president-elect's Twitter war with a civil rights hero.
Elections were probably the second-most messed up parts of the Constitution, right next to counting slaves as three-fifths of a person. The defects in the original presidential election rules were so great that it took just 16 years and the formation of political parties before the 12th amendment was passed to fix them.
Democratic former Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown on Tuesday won a seat in the House of Representatives from the state's 4th Congressional District — and a measure of political redemption after his upset loss to Republican Larry Hogan in the 2014 gubernatorial election.
Former Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown, the Democratic nominee in Maryland's 4th Congressional District, declined to say Friday whether he met a key deadline this month to pay back $120,000 on a loan his campaign took out weeks before he lost the 2014 election for governor.
Speaking at one of the first debates in the race for Maryland's open 4th Congressional District, former Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown on Tuesday pointed to his loss in the 2014 gubernatorial election and described his House campaign as an effort to pick up the pieces from that defeat.
Democratic congressional candidate Glenn Ivey is focusing on the emerging battle to fill Justice Antonin Scalia's seat on the Supreme Court in the first radio ad of his campaign for Maryland's 4th Congressional District, his campaign said Wednesday.
Democratic congressional candidate Anthony Brown acknowledged in an email to supporters over the weekend that he did not have authority to use the NAACP's logo in an earlier email to mark the organization's anniversary.
to the a poll released over the weekend,, a whopping 63 percent of Marylanders approve of the job Hogan's doing, even exceeding the job approval ratings for Democratic Sen. Barbara Mikulski who picked up a 61 percent rating.
Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker III endorsed Glenn Ivey's bid for the 4th Congressional District on Friday, backing a longtime family friend over a former lieutenant governor and a half dozen other Democratic candidates.
Former Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown will report raising $122,000 since the beginning of April in his bid for Maryland's 4th Congressional District, a relatively small figure for a politician who held statewide office as recently as this year.
Former lieutenant governor Anthony G. Brown has a wide lead over lesser known opponents in the contest for Maryland's 4th Congressional District, according to poll summary released by his campaign Monday -- the first such survey made public in the crowded race for the Prince George's County-based district.
Former lieutenant governor Anthony G. Brown will announce he is running for the House seat that will be left open by Rep. Donna F. Edwards' run for Senate, according to multiple sources with knowledge of the Democrat's plans.