Rep. Elijah Cummings: President Trump, his administration and Republicans in Congress are trying to take America back to a time when insurance companies were allowed to discriminate against people just for getting sick, being a woman or getting older.
The same three candidates in the primary election race for two Harford County Circuit Court judgeships will square off again in the November general election, with a fourth candidate added to the mix in a race that is being closely watched locally for its political and judicial implications.
It's a simple job: He just needs to make sure that progressives feel welcome, that African-American voters aren’t taken for granted, and that everyone learns from — rather than broods over — the 2016 presidential election.
Maryland Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ben Jealous says the state can generate more than enough money from taxing pot to pay for his universal pre-K, but Republican Gov. Larry Hogan’s campaign says even if marijuana were legalized the taxes generated would fall well short.
As we gear up toward midterms in November, Americans have resumed a perennial conversation about political division and parties. A casual scroll through Facebook or Instagram will highlight the level of animosity and cruelty between some who are politically inclined.
In demanding that Baltimore TV stations stop running a Republican Governors Association he considers deceptive, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ben Jealous is fighting a battle he's unlikely to win.
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.
Women are shut out of Maryland's congressional delegation. None are running for governor or attorney general, and the Republican woman running for comptroller is a major underdog. But on down ballot races, women are poised to make some major gains.
Where do today's extreme politics leave those of us that consider ourselves to be common sense middle? The answer seems to be emerging in a national movement called “Unite America.” This group has come a long way in a short time.
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?
Together, Democrats and Independents outnumber Republicans by more than 31,000 voters in Harford County. The local Republican machine can be beaten, but only if Democrats and Independents go out and vote.