Wednesday night, the Maryland Democratic Party sent out an email blast with the subject line: “FYI: Hidin' Hogan Afraid To Debate and Defend His Record.” C’mon now – this is the big Democratic strategy? To try to paint Mr. Hogan as being Trump-like by acting like Donald Trump?
Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman stepped into the governor’s race politics this week when criticized democratic gubernatorial candidate Ben Jealous for his mention of the May 27 Ellicott Flood in a fundraising email.
On Monday, Gov. Larry Hogan announced several initiatives aimed at both relieving student debt and making getting a college education more affordable. The expansion of the SmartBuy housing program caught our attention.
Two historic sites in Anne Arundel County, the Hammond-Harwood house in Annapolis and the Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse, will each receive state-funded grants of $100,000 to help with preservation efforts.
State-sponsored health insurance for all Marylanders such as the single-payer plan proposed by Democratic gubernatorial nominee Ben Jealous could cost $24 billion a year, forcing lawmakers to significantly raise taxes, according to a nonpartisan analysis.
The FBI investigates whether a Maryland "computer glitch" that might have wiped as many as 80,000 voters off election rolls for last month's primary was part of Russia's alleged hacking of U.S. elections.
Gov. Larry Hogan's business dealings have drawn criticism from Democrats, who have sought to tie Hogan to President Donald Trump, and renewed a debate about the lengths to which businessmen-turned-politicians should wall themselves off from their private enterprises.
Several thousand voters who were affected by a Motor Vehicle Administration computer glitch discovered just before the June 26 primary may have skipped voting rather than cast provisional ballots, state elections statistics show.
Gov. Larry Hogan has appointed Alice Sophocleus, the widow of Ted Sophocleus, a longtime Anne Arundel County delegate who died last month, to serve out the remainder of his term, the governor announced Monday.
Maryland’s 2018 primary election has come and gone, and what an election it was! Democrats selected Bernie Sanders-lite, Ben Jealous, to challenge Gov. Larry Hogan. While these were shocking developments, some of the most exciting action occurred right here in Carroll County.
BaltimoreLink, Gov. Larry Hogan’s overhaul of the Maryland Transit Administration regional bus system, has fallen short of delivering the “transformational” transit the governor promised, according to an analysis released Thursday by a rider advocacy group.
The media war this election season is going to be ugly, thanks to Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy — both because of the upheaval caused by his retirement and because of his decision in Citizens United.
Abortion — an issue that has been muted in Maryland politics — resurfaced Tuesday as Democrat Ben Jealous questioned Republican Gov. Larry Hogan’s commitment to women’s reproductive rights as President Donald J. Trump prepares to nominate a Supreme Court justice who could threaten Roe v. Wade.
Gov. Larry Hogan has ordered the Maryland flag lowered to half-staff Friday, and a pair of candlelight vigils are planned for Friday night in Annapolis to honor the victims of the mass shooting at the Capital Gazette.
Hours after his campaign launched its first general election campaign attack ad Wednesday, Gov. Larry Hogan said he thinks his race against Democrat Ben Jealous will “come down to whether people are happy with the direction the state is heading.”
There were few surprises in local Carroll County races in the primary election, as many incumbents easily turned away primary challenges. But what else did we learn? Here are our five key takeways from the Carroll County primary results.
All of the 188 seats in the Maryland General Assembly — 47 in the Senate, 141 in the House of Delegates — were on the ballot Tuesday, forcing many veteran incumbents in the Baltimore region and elsewhere to face possible ouster as voters decided whether to make sweeping changes in Annapolis.
The race to represent Maryland’s fifth legislative district — which encapsulates most of Carroll County — is on. Four Republican candidates are running for three District 5 seats in the Maryland House of Delegates. Three of those candidates are incumbents, with a lone newcomer.
Former NAACP chief Ben Jealous won Maryland’s Democratic primary for governor Tuesday, promising to deliver a progressive agenda that makes college free, legalizes marijuana and raises the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Today is primary day for Maryland, and the most important day for Carroll County voters. Our Republican voters will, essentially, decide who our county commissioners will be. All primary voters will have a say in which candidates for the Carroll Board of Education will appear on November's ballot.
Harford County voters turned out to polling places around the county Tuesday to cast ballots for Republican and Democratic nominees for governor, state legislative seats and county offices, including state's attorney, county executive and county council.