Tag: Anthony Brown
Maryland Voters Guide: statewide candidates for go...
By Regina Holmes | September 14, 2022 | Election | 0 |
Hogan: State to provide 1 million COVID-19 tests t...
By Bryan Renbaum | February 11, 2021 | COVID-19, Governor | 0 |
State Roundup: Weekend COVID cases rise, but Hogan...
By Cynthia Prairie | October 19, 2020 | State Roundup | 0 |
Members of Maryland’s congressional delegati...
By Bryan Renbaum | September 8, 2020 | National Politics, News | 0 |
Hogan ‘Still Standing,’ but will he ru...
By Len Lazarick | July 28, 2020 | Governor | 0 |
Anthony Brown elected new Maryland attorney general
by Capital News Service | November 9, 2022 | Election | 0 |
Democratic Rep. Anthony Brown, a longtime Maryland political figure, was elected Tuesday as the state’s new attorney general, taking the place of Democrat Brian Frosh, who retired after holding the position for the past seven years.Read More
Maryland Voters Guide: statewide candidates for governor, comptroller, attorney general, U.S. Senate
by Regina Holmes | September 14, 2022 | Election | 0 |
MarylandReporter.com is publishing this comprehensive list of statewide candidates for Maryland...Read More
Hogan: State to provide 1 million COVID-19 tests to schools, $1 billion to help get kids back in the classroom
by Bryan Renbaum | February 11, 2021 | COVID-19, Governor | 0 |
In hopes of getting Maryland’s K-12 students safely back in their classrooms as soon as possible, the state will provide nearly 1 million COVID-19 tests to both public and private school systems-starting now and lasting through the end of June-Gov. Larry Hogan said Thursday.Read More
State Roundup: Weekend COVID cases rise, but Hogan to allow some in-person sports viewing
by Cynthia Prairie | October 19, 2020 | State Roundup | 0 |
Weekend covid cases up by 1,300 as Hogan to allow some in-person sports viewing.Read More
Members of Maryland’s congressional delegation urge passage of legislation to posthumously award Medal of Honor to African-American WWII veteran
by Bryan Renbaum | September 8, 2020 | National Politics, News | 0 |
Members of Maryland’s congressional delegation teamed up on Tuesday to emphasize their support for bipartisan legislation that would posthumously award the Medal of Honor to an African-American World War II veteran.Read More
Hogan ‘Still Standing,’ but will he run and can he win from the center?
by Len Lazarick | July 28, 2020 | Governor | 0 |
What can we learn about Gov. Larry Hogan Jr. from his new memoir, “Still Standing,” officially out Monday?Read More
State Roundup January 10, 2020
by Meg Tully | January 10, 2020 | State Roundup | 0 |
Former Senate President Mike Miller calls for addressing Baltimore’s crime problem in lengthy floor speech; Comptroller Peter Franchot confirms run for governor; Iran resolution passes house with all but one Maryland vote; online ad tax proposed; hospital op-ed praises state’s system; Hogan suggests retirement tax break for emergency responders; Morgan State University announces consideration of partnership for medical school; Baltimore youth fund under scrutiny; lawmakers from around the state discuss 2020 session and start meeting as delegations; judge rules against tenants in presidential son-in-law’s case; Brown picks a presidential candidate; Mia Mason will challenge Rep. Andy Harris; MVA working on REAL ID; tourism official calls for more CEOs to visit GarrettRead More
Anne Arundel Democratic primary votes up for grabs in congressional race
Tens of thousands of Democratic primary votes are up for grabs in the Anne Arundel portion of Maryland’s 4th Congressional District race. But it is up for debate whether those votes will play a major role in the outcome of the primary election next year.Read More
Larry Hogan’s improbable path
by Len Lazarick | January 20, 2015 | News | 0 |
What got Larry Hogan to the place where he raises his right hand for the oath as governor is what one Hogan insider concedes was a perfect storm. The right political environment, a message to match it hatched by the candidate himself, a campaigner disciplined enough to communicate it relentlessly, and a campaign that made few mistakes and profited from the lackluster campaigns and mistakes of his competitors.Read More
Analysis: Energized Republicans, disinterested Democrats helped Hogan win
by Len Lazarick | January 9, 2015 | News | 3 |
People are still debating how Republican Larry Hogan won his upset victory for governor over Democrat Anthony Brown. Political consultant Jim Burton offers a key factor in the win by analyzing voter turnout by legislative district. The enthusiasm among Republicans was real and measurable in November’s gubernatorial election.Read More
Rascovar: Maryland should abolish Lt. Governor post
by Maryland Reporter | November 30, 2014 | Commentary, News | 11 |
If we learned anything from Anthony Brown’s eight years as Maryland lieutenant governor it’s that the office isn’t worth the taxpayer dollars it consumes.
Indeed, there is no good reason to have a lieutenant governor. There are sound fiscal and management reasons to abolish it.Read More
The keys to the State House: Why Hogan won and Brown lost
by Len Lazarick | November 20, 2014 | News | 2 |
Professor Allan Lichtman has a wonderful predictive tool for presidential elections called the 13 Keys to the White House that he produced in various editions since he developed it decades ago. He has successfully predicted the winner of five presidential elections months and even years in advance, based on a century and a half of election results.
Lichtman has developed no such tools for gubernatorial races, but some of the “keys” provide guidance for another way to look at why Larry Hogan Jr. won this year.Read More
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