The Maryland Democratic Party on Friday urged their GOP counterparts to donate $100,000 raised at a 2015 Trump fundraiser to a nonprofit that reunites migrant families separated at the southwest border.
The closure of North Baltimore’s Social Security office, as well as the recent closures of offices in other locations including Milwaukee, Wisc., and Arlington, Va., exemplifies the callous disregard Republican elites have for the rest of us.
Just shy of 5,000 eligible Harford County voters have cast ballots during the first five days of early voting from Thursday through Monday, according to the Maryland Board of Elections. “It’s a little low,” Kevin Keene, Harford County’s elections director, acknowledged Tuesday.
Jason Gallion, selected by the Maryland Republican Party to run for the District 35 Senate seat after Sen. Wayne Norman died in March, says he will remain a candidate after the primary, despite reports of a "switch" that involves him running for delegate and Del. Teresa Reilly for Senate.
Ah, the sweet smell of the end of an election campaign. Less whiff of barnyard in the air as the votes are counted Tuesday, June 26, at the end of a long slog to — oh, wait a beat: This vote is only the primary election. We have another four months plus until the general election.
As former Republican House Speaker, John Boehner, stated during a recent GOP meeting in Michigan, “There is no Republican Party. There’s a Trump Party. The Republican Party is kind of taking a nap somewhere.”
Democrats in deep blue Maryland like Republican Gov. Larry Hogan, even though they don't believe he has changed the state for the better, a new poll for the Baltimore Sun and the University of Baltimore shows.
Popular Republican Gov. Larry Hogan launched his 2018 reelection campaign with a rally in Annapolis Saturday, telling supporters that if his job approval rating is so high among Maryland residents voters should give him a second term.
The most recent primaries continue to uphold the trend that the Republicans, unlike previously predicted by Democrats, have far better chances in November of holding the U.S. House, and other offices nationwide.
The face of the Catholic Church is changing and these changes are influencing politics. According to the Public Religion Research Institute, “in 1991, fully 87 percent of U.S. Catholics were white. Today, just 55 percent of U.S. Catholics are white, while 36 percent are Hispanic."
If you think this country is in impossible turmoil today with a president at war with his own Justice Department and FBI over Russian meddling in our affairs, just look back to where we were a half-century ago.
Gee, getting to vote for someone from my district on the board of commissioners sounds like a good idea, right? Vote for Five, said the campaign signs. What the signs did not say that while you used to vote for three, all three perhaps, under the new plan you get to vote for only one.
County Councilman Tom Quirk had $62,116.44 in his campaign war chest as of May 15, compared with $7,024.68 for his County Councilman Tom Quirk had $62,116.44 in his campaign war chest as of May 15, compared with $7,024.68 for his primary opponent, self-descried progressive Sheila Ruth.