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.
In the first televised debate of election season, eight Democrats running for Maryland governor swiped at popular Republican incumbent Larry Hogan, but highlighted their differences on whether they would raise taxes if elected.
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz has selected former Montgomery County Councilwoman Valerie Ervin as his running mate in the race for governor, bringing a progressive voice from the Washington suburbs to his effort to win the Democratic nomination.
Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker tapped Elizabeth Embry to join his campaign for governor, bringing criminal justice expert with deep city ties into the race for the Democratic nomination.
Alec Ross, a Democratic candidate for Maryland governor, announced Monday that he has chosen Julie Verratti, a craft beer brewer who worked to support small businesses for the Obama administration, as his running mate.
Seven of the Democrats hoping for a chance to unseat Gov. Larry Hogan took their message to students at Goucher College Friday afternoon, promising to work to make college more affordable and create better job opportunities for young Marylanders.
When Harford County Executive Barry Glassman delivers his second State of the County Address on Tuesday evening, he's expected to talk a lot about the county's heroin epidemic, the fight against which he made a cornerstone of his first address nearly one year ago.