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 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.
WASHINGTON — Glenn F. Ivey, a former Prince George's County state's attorney, said Wednesday that he will run for the House seat being left open by Rep. Donna F. Edwards — the latest shuffle to result from Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski's retirement.
Glenn F. Ivey, the former Prince George's County State's Attorney who is seeking the House seat being left open by Rep. Donna F. Edwards, said Friday his name recognition after two countywide campaigns and his background on Capitol Hill will allow him to "hit the ground running" in what may be one of the state's mostly closely watched primaries next year.
WASHINGTON -- Former Prince George's County State's Attorney Glenn F. Ivey is likely to seek the House seat that will be left open by Rep. Donna Edwards' decision to run Senate, a source close to the Democrat told The Baltimore Sun.
Changes in Congress, a new governor and the resignation of the man who oversees the federal government's real estate portfolio will not endanger Maryland's quest to become the new home for the FBI and its 11,000 employees, state leaders say.
A group of east-side political activists is reinventing the Baltimore political club, with the goal of getting more young people involved in politics. They've formed the BEST Democratic Club, which has been sponsoring events from happy hours for young adults to General Assembly trips for students as it reaches out for members.
Turnout was low for Tuesday's primary election at polling places in Laurel, as expected. With so few contested races, and what experts say is the usual apathy found in a nonpresidential election cycle, the turnout wasn't a surprise.
Doug Gansler calls himself a "fighter" for Marylanders on jobs, education and the environment. In his biggest fight, he says he's taking on the Democratic establishment as he seeks the Democratic nomination for governor.
Democrat Douglas F. Gansler's running mate came out swinging at front-runner Anthony G. Brown on health care Tuesday as the three Democratic candidates for lieutenant governor met in their only scheduled television debate.