Larry Hogan’s recent decision to run for U.S. Senate comes as a shock to many of the state’s lawmakers — especially Democrats who worked with the former Republican governor and think he wasn’t all that cooperative with the legislature.Read More
Having covered the man closely for the last decade, I took him at his word two years ago when he said he was not interested in being a U.S. senator. That was fully consistent with the Larry Hogan I had come to know since he launched Change Maryland in 2011.Read More
Former Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan will run for a seat in the U.S. Senate.
Hogan, a Republican, announced his campaign on Friday via social media, releasing a video just nine hours before Maryland’s candidacy deadline and surprising a lot of political observers.
A handful of pro-Palestinian protesters shouting “Ceasefire now” briefly disrupted a campaign event for U.S. Senate candidate Angela Alsobrooks in Columbia on Saturday.Read More
As was easily predictable, Gov. Wes Moore gave his full-throated backing to Prince George’s County...Read More
The Alsobrooks campaign is not bashful about boasting of her 100+ endorsements from current and former officials across Maryland. That was underscored at a press conference in Baltimore Friday where she picked up the backing of yet another one of the state’s most important Democrats, Senate President Bill Ferguson.Read More
The race to succeed Ben Cardin in the U.S. Senate next year may not have heated up for the average...Read More
For most of the 21st century – 12 out of 22 years – Maryland has been governed at the top by two...Read More
An earlier version of this column appears in the December issue of The Business Monthly serving...Read More
Most Maryland Democrats won the House races they were expected to win. The exception could be Rep. David Trone, who on Wednesday was trailing Republican challenger Neil Parrott in the 6th District, which stretches from Montgomery County into western Maryland.Read More
Wes Moore, a best-selling author, Rhodes Scholar and Afghan war veteran who has never held elected office, was chosen Tuesday as the 63rd governor of Maryland and the first African American to hold the state’s highest office.Read More
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