President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden sparred for more than an hour-and-a-half on Thursday evening during the second and final presidential debate of the 2020 election season.Read More
Republicans may be outnumbered 2-1 in Maryland but the GOP has a good opportunity to boost its standing in the state by focusing on those voters who live outside of the most heavily Democratic jurisdictions and who may be on the fence, the newly-elected No. 2. Republican in the state Senate said.Read More
By Philip Van Slooten Capital News Service ANNAPOLIS, Maryland — Mail-in voting is underway as...Read More
Two members of the Senate Budget and Taxation Committee who sit on opposites sides of the aisle emphasized their support for an initiative on the November 3 ballot that would legalize sports betting in Maryland-highlighting potential economic gains and downplaying potential negative consequences.Read More
President Donald Trump tested positive for coronavirus, along with first lady Melania Trump, the first couple tweeted early Friday morning. Senior adviser Hope Hicks tested positive hours earlier.Read More
With confusion looming over voting amid the coronavirus pandemic, several states have announced their plans to make it easier to vote in the upcoming general and local elections on Nov. 3.Read More
Maryland’s Republican lawmakers urged the state’s voters to cast their ballots in-person rather than by mail in November’s general election-saying that the former better ensures a more accurate count than the latter.Read More
Being elected to office as a Republican in deep-blue Maryland is a challenging endeavor. That challenge is further complicated by a down-ballot association with President Donald Trump’s often inflammatory rhetoric.Read More
Maryland’s Republican lawmakers praise long-shot congressional candidate’s controversial campaign video
Maryland’s Republican lawmakers heaped praise on GOP congressional candidate Kimberly Klacik’s recent campaign video in which she said Democrats have mismanaged Baltimore and have taken the city’s majority Black constituency for granted.Read More
Democrats outnumber Republicans nearly 10-1 in Baltimore City, but Shannon Wright has convinced herself that she has a decent shot at defying those odds and becoming the city’s first GOP mayor since the 1960s.Read More
UPDATED 7/10: Sitting judges in five counties face challengers in the fall, while others win both primaries
The protracted counting of mail-in ballots led to reversals of early leads by sitting judges in the Democratic primaries of five counties. Six white male judges appointed by Gov. Larry Hogan lost the primaries to mostly women and Black challengers.Read More
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