Democrat Ben Jealous' campaign says he will win the election for Maryland governor because Donald Trump will motivate Democrats to go to the polls in a wave that incumbent Republican Gov. Larry Hogan can’t stop.
The Republican Governors Association is pounding Ben Jealous with attack ads — and has no plans to stop. if Jealous is hoping the Democratic Governors Association will return fire, he might be waiting a while.
A week after Gov. Larry Hogan and Pennsylvania leaders publicly sparred over Chesapeake Bay pollution, they are scheduled to discuss bay cleanup at a meeting Tuesday in Baltimore, along with representatives from other states
Even as Conowingo Dam owner Exelon Corp. is suing Maryland, denying responsibility for pollution that flows down the Susquehanna River, state environmental officials on Monday appealed directly to the company in a letter asking for help in "a critical moment" for the Chesapeake Bay.
As Secretaries of the Maryland Departments of the Environment (MOE) and Natural Resources (DNR), implementing Governor Larry Hogan's vision for a cleaner, healthier Chesapeake Bay that will be preserved for future generations is our shared guiding principle and top priority.
Democratic candidate for governor Ben Jealous boarded a Maryland Transit Administration bus Friday in downtown Baltimore to prove a point, arguing that the state-run bus system is "broken" and Republican Gov. Larry Hogan has “set us back.”
Gov. Larry Hogan has used Maryland’s suites at sports stadiums to entertain family, reward state employees and honor charities — especially those focused on fighting cancer. The Republican governor also has invited executives of his private real estate business.
Gov. Larry Hogan is popular, but so was former Gov. Bob Ehrlich when he lost his bid for reelection. So goes the favorite anecdote of voters certain to have previously lived our current gubernatorial contest. But are Marylanders really experiencing a case of electoral déjà vu?
The heavy rains over the past week and a half have washed millions of gallons of sewage into Chesapeake Bay waterways, including Baltimore's Inner Harbor, along with unknown amounts of nitrogen and sediment pollution.
Is Maryland following in New Jersey’s footsteps, ensnared by the false promises and belligerent bravado of a “kindred” Republican governor? It’s hard not to draw that parallel when you look at how closely aligned Messrs. Christie and Hogan are.
Andy Harris is not a patriot. Andy Harris is a menacing and cynical actor whose unyielding support for President Trump endangers my family and the families of all other Marylanders. It is in this spirit that I beseech my fellow members of Maryland District 1 to vote their consciences this Novemb
Federal energy regulators have approved a natural gas pipeline that Maryland environmentalists had called on Gov. Larry Hogan to block. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Thursday signed off on a Columbia Gas line planned to pass through a sliver of Maryland near Hancock.
When did it become the normal for us to expect — and demand no less — that elected officials at all levels denounce every single detestable act that happens in our backyard, county, state, country or even the world?
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan was among those critical of President Trump's comments in Helsinki, and this has reignited a debate between some Republicans as to whether or not the governor should be supported (“Never Hogan”). But the debate misses many important points.