An attorney and former legal aide to Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. told supporters in an email Wednesday he is considering a run for Senate in Maryland -- adding his name to a relatively short list of Republicans who are considering the contest.
It is more than 50 years since Emily Post, the guru of etiquette, passed away. Has civility passed away with her? When Speaker of the House John Boehner referred to the president's legislation as "crap," I began to wonder.
As early voting got underway Thursday in the primary race for governor, the four Republicans competing for the GOP nomination jockeyed to present themselves as the most qualified to take on a Democrat in November.
This segment of Chuck Todd's "The Daily Rundown" Monday got more media bounce than usual for the show thanks to MSNBC commentator Michael Steele sounding very serious about running for governor in Maryland.
Maryland's black communities overwhelmingly supported Barack Obama's historic rise to the presidency four years ago, but this time around, his support for same-sex marriage and the nation's continuing high unemployment are tempering African-American voters' enthusiasm for his re-election bid.
By By Julie Baughman and Matt Fleming and Capital News Service
Sen. Ben Cardin won the support of the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance on Monday in his bid for a second term, the latest in a series of endorsements the Democrat hopes will secure his support with black voters in the April primary election.
A Prince George's County state lawmaker and pastor, C. Anthony Muse, announced Thursday that he will seek the Democratic nomination for Senate in Maryland this year, challenging Sen. Ben Cardin's bid for a second term.
In the "relax" robocall trial against former Ehrlich aide Paul Schurick, the defense is focusing on character, but the real issues are what he knew and when, and whether jurors buy the defense claim that the call was meant to inspire Ehrlich supporters, not dissuade people from going to the polls.
An Iowa-based nonprofit that has defended Arizona's immigration control law is financing a lawsuit filed in federal court in Maryland Thursday challenging the state's new congressional map on the grounds that it unconstitutionally splits minority communities.