Elected officials in Washington and Prince George's County expressed shock and devastation that University of Maryland President Wallace Loh will retire in June while football coach DJ Durkin and athletic director Damon Evans will keep their jobs.
On Monday, Oct. 29th, I was very disappointed to read the article by former governor, Martin O’Malley (“Martin O'Malley: Larry Hogan's 'real estate racket”). I was also insulted that he assumes readers of The Baltimore Sun don’t have the intelligence to see through his Trumpian assault.
Officials from the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission continue to investigate Forwardgro, a grower, but declined to say if the probe is related to an allegation by former employees of illegal pesticide use.
Al Redmer Jr., the Republican candidate for Baltimore County executive, puts up a new ad up on TV in the final run-up to Election Day. The ad features Redmer’s friend, Gov. Larry Hogan, playing up their political alliance. It debuts on Facebook a day before it begins airing on TV.
Martin O'Malley: Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has sent a message to developers that Maryland is open for business — as long as you are using Larry Hogan’s business to get your development permits. Hire The Hogan Companies, and you get whatever state permits you need, the implication goes.
Democrat Ben Jealous’ campaign for governor said its models indicate that registered Democrats will make up just 57 percent of voters by Election Day. That would be slight bump from the last gubernatorial election four years ago but hardly a dramatic “blue wave” as Jealous has predicted.
Members of a state commission created to look into the Baltimore Police Gun Trace Task Force scandal convened their first meeting in Annapolis on Tuesday, with a state senator giving a sobering assessment of the state of the city to emphasize the importance of their work.
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan and Democratic challenger Ben Jealous made separate and far different appeals to Maryland's city and town officials as they briefly occupied the same room without interacting. They appeared at the Maryland Municipal League conference in Annapolis.
The campaigns of Republican Gov. Larry Hogan and Democratic challenger Ben Jealous traded accusations after a physical encounter between a Jealous security aide and video tracker for the governor. The Hogan campaign says the Jealous aide assaulted its videographer.
Despite polls gubernatorial nominee Ben Jealous trailing Republican Gov. Larry Hogan by double digits, Maryland Democrats say a surge in absentee ballot requests shows a “blue wave” will wash over the state on Election Day in November.
In poll after poll, Republican Gov. Larry Hogan has led by an average of 18 percentage points over his Democratic challenger, Ben Jealous. That's in Maryland, where Hillary Clinton easily defeated Donald Trump by nearly 30 points in 2016 and Democrats outnumber Republicans 2-to-1.
Democrats Emily Shank and Jaime O'Marr are running to represent Maryland's 5th Legislative District in the state House of Delegates and Senate. Republican incumbent Sen. Justin Ready is seeking reelection. The candidates discussed state and local issues at a Community Media Center candidate forum.
A new poll by The Washington Post and the University of Maryland finds Republican Gov. Larry Hogan has built up a 20-point lead over Democratic challenger Ben Jealous. Hogan leads his Democratic rival 58 percent to 38 percent. Hogan’s lead is 8 points greater than in the last Post poll in June.
A video from Republican Gov. Larry Hogan’s campaign mocks several instances in which his Democratic challenger Ben Jealous incorrectly said he was running for offices other than Maryland governor — including an instance in which Jealous said he was running for governor of Virginia.
Gov. Larry Hogan’s leadership is un-inspiring, akin to the record of a college senior who squeaks by with a 2.0 average, not that of a Rhodes Scholar. While some routinely say “it could be worse,” by the same token, we could and should expect much better.
The Republican Governors Association continues a multi-million-dollar campaign against the Democratic nominee for governor of Maryland, Ben Jealous. Its latest ad brings the RGA to around $3.2 million in spending to attack Jealous on voters' screens. GOP Gov. Larry Hogan is seeking re-election.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan denies that he would ever endorse fellow Republican John Grasso, an Anne Arundel County Councilman running for state senate who made headlines this week for posting anti-Muslim material on his Facebook page. Yet Hogan appears on a Grasso campaign flyer endorsing him.
While the discipline and focus of Team Hogan’s messaging during the campaign is impressive, the echo of that message with an infamous and racist ad used by George H.W. Bush to win the presidency in 1988 is troubling.
Republican Al Redmer Jr. is the first on the air with television ads in the Baltimore County executive’s race, with an ad that paints his Democratic opponent, Johnny Olszewski Jr. as a “big spending taxer.”
A Democratic staff report prepared at the request of U.S. Rep. Elijah E. Cummings finds that roughly 3.5 million Marylanders face skyrocketing premiums or losing coverage altogether because of pre-existing conditions, age or gender.