Tag: Chris Van Hollen
Maryland Voters Guide: statewide candidates for go...
By Regina Holmes | September 14, 2022 | Election | 0 |
Lott: Hogan would make a ‘potentially strong...
By Bryan Renbaum | June 30, 2021 | National Politics, News | 0 |
Members of Maryland’s congressional delegati...
By Bryan Renbaum | September 8, 2020 | National Politics, News | 0 |
State Roundup: More heat on Hogan aide severance; ...
By Cynthia Prairie | August 17, 2020 | State Roundup | 0 |
Ehrlich: Trump’s threat to adjourn Congress ...
By Bryan Renbaum | April 16, 2020 | Annapolitics Blog, COVID-19, News | 1 |
Maryland Voters Guide: candidates for Congress
by Regina Holmes | September 14, 2022 | Election | 0 |
This is a voters guide for the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. It includes links to the...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
Lott: Hogan would make a ‘potentially strong’ candidate for U.S. Senate
by Bryan Renbaum | June 30, 2021 | National Politics, News | 0 |
Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott said Wednesday that a hypothetical Senate race between Gov. Larry Hogan and incumbent Democrat Chris Van Hollen could turn out to be quite competitive.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
State Roundup: More heat on Hogan aide severance; multiple mail problems
by Cynthia Prairie | August 17, 2020 | State Roundup | 0 |
Lawmakers set hearing on pricey ‘severance’ payout to Hogan aide.Read More
Ehrlich: Trump’s threat to adjourn Congress could be a negotiating tactic
by Bryan Renbaum | April 16, 2020 | Annapolitics Blog, COVID-19, News | 1 |
No U.S. president has ever exercised his authority to adjourn Congress.Read More
State Roundup: House of Delegates passes Kirwan education bill
by Cynthia Prairie | March 9, 2020 | State Roundup | 0 |
Fifth Maryland case of covid-19 announced, as local advocates push for more help for elderly and homeless; Gov. Hogan set to hold another presser on the illness this afternoon; ban against discrimination based on natural hair set to pass; Maryland’s child support system could look to Colorado reforms for blueprint to overhaul; verbal sparring by legislative committee, lobbyist for Hogan over governor’s toll plan; and lawmakers push for changes to disclosure rules on police discipline records.Read More
Maryland faces prospect of no women in Congress
by Capital News Service | November 3, 2016 | News | 1 |
Today, the number of women in Maryland’s congressional delegation is down to two – and after Tuesday’s balloting, it could be zero. Democratic Sen. Barbara Mikulski’s career as the longest-serving woman in Congress is set to be followed by Maryland’s first all-male congressional delegation since 1973.Read More
Szeliga, Van Hollen debate on TV for U.S. Senate seat; Green Party candidate ejected
by Len Lazarick | October 27, 2016 | Uncategorized | 0 |
The only TV debate between the two major party candidates for U.S. Senate Wednesday night was what campaign debates used to be in the good old days before 2015. In an hour of crisp questioning, Republican Kathy Szeliga, minority whip of the House of Delegates from Baltimore County, and Democrat Chris Van Hollen, a seven-term congressman from Montgomery County, discussed a dozen different issues without rancor, interruptions or personal insults.Read More
3 Senate candidates together for first forum and maybe last time
by Len Lazarick | October 10, 2016 | News | 2 |
They are equal on the November ballot, but the three candidates for U.S. Senate sat together on the same stage for the first and possibly last time Saturday at a forum in Columbia sponsored by an African American coalition. Dr. Margaret Flowers, a physician representing the Green Party, appeared with Republican nominee Kathy Szeliga, the House of Delegates minority whip, and Rep. Chris Van Hollen, the Democratic nominee to replace retiring U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski.Read More
Maryland GOP Senate candidate backs Trump, but skips his convention
by Capital News Service | July 19, 2016 | News | 0 |
Instead of traveling to her party’s gathering where Donald Trump claimed the GOP’s presidential nomination Wednesday, Maryland House Minority Whip Kathy Szeliga decided to remain in her own state to focus on her campaign against Rep. Chris Van Hollen of Montgomery County for the open U.S. Senate seat. “I am a little sorry I couldn’t be there,” said Szeliga, who represents Baltimore County in the Maryland House of Delegates. “But I should be here (in Maryland) meeting voters.”Read More
Stakes are high in U.S. Senate race, Van Hollen says
by Len Lazarick | January 18, 2016 | Uncategorized | 0 |
“The stakes are very high” in this race for the seat Sen. Barbara Mikulski is retiring from, Van Hollen told the Columbia Democratic Club. “There is no way Democrats win back the U.S. Senate without winning the Maryland senate seat. We cannot take anything for granted.”Read More
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