Tag: Kelly Schulz
Gansler says his primary-election defeat would ben...
By Bryan Renbaum | November 15, 2021 | Election | 1 |
Schulz: ‘I am not in support of vaccine mand...
By Bryan Renbaum | November 8, 2021 | Election, News | 0 |
Long-shot candidates make their case for the Democ...
By Bryan Renbaum | June 10, 2021 | Election | 0 |
Gansler says he opposes defunding the police
By Bryan Renbaum | May 27, 2021 | Election | 0 |
Maryland’s GOP lawmakers say they would back...
By Bryan Renbaum | May 11, 2021 | Election | 0 |
Top 5 stories that could dominate Maryland’s political headlines in 2022
by Bryan Renbaum | January 1, 2022 | News | 0 |
This year saw COVID-19 restrictions being lifted at the state level and later being reimposed in several local jurisdictions in response to rising hospitalization and positivity rates.Read More
Gansler says his primary-election defeat would benefit Republicans
by Bryan Renbaum | November 15, 2021 | Election | 1 |
Gansler emphasized that he has proven progressive bonafides, such as having been an early supporter of same-sex marriage and having embraced police reform before it was fashionable. However, Gansler noted that the nomination does not always go to the candidate who is most ideologically pure.Read More
Schulz: ‘I am not in support of vaccine mandates’
by Bryan Renbaum | November 8, 2021 | Election, News | 0 |
Schulz’s opposition to vaccine mandates seemingly conforms with standard Republican orthodoxy but is in stark contrast with that of several of the nine Democrats running for governor.Read More
Long-shot candidates make their case for the Democratic nomination for governor
by Bryan Renbaum | June 10, 2021 | Election | 0 |
Can a long-shot candidate win the Democratic nomination for governor?
Five of them are hoping to pull an upset over more well-known candidates such as Comptroller Peter Franchot, former Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker, and former state Attorney General Doug Gansler.
Gansler says he opposes defunding the police
by Bryan Renbaum | May 27, 2021 | Election | 0 |
Former state attorney general and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Doug Gansler said Thursday that he opposes efforts to defund the police because doing so would have a negative impact on public safety in some of Maryland’s most vulnerable communities.Read More
Maryland’s GOP lawmakers say they would back Schulz over Steele
by Bryan Renbaum | May 11, 2021 | Election | 0 |
Several of Maryland’s Republican lawmakers said that they would back state Commerce Secretary Kelly Schulz’s campaign for governor in a prospective primary contest between Schulz and former Lt. Gov. and former Republican National Committee (RNC) chairman Michael Steele.Read More
Buckel: Republicans need to do a ‘better job’ of communicating to voters in the Baltimore-D.C. metro area
by Bryan Renbaum | April 26, 2021 | General Assembly | 0 |
Newly-elected House Minority Leader Jason Buckel (R-Allegany) said Republicans “need to do a better job” of communicating their party’s message on key issues to voters in the predominantly Democratic Baltimore-Washington, D.C. metropolitan area if they are to remain competitive in statewide elections.Read More
Schulz garners bipartisan praise following gubernatorial campaign announcement
by Bryan Renbaum | April 14, 2021 | Election | 0 |
Maryland’s lawmakers on both sides of the political aisle offered praise for state Commerce Secretary Kelly Schulz following her Wednesday morning announced that she is running for governor in 2022.Read More
All non-essential businesses must close by 5 p.m. today, Hogan orders
by Bryan Renbaum | March 23, 2020 | Governor | 0 |
The government emphasized that he did not issue a “shelter-in-place” directive and is not forcing Marylanders to stay home.Read More
Bipartisan support for Md. businesses on full display at Chamber event
by Bryan Renbaum | January 22, 2020 | General Assembly | 0 |
Bipartisan support for Maryland’s business community was on full display Wednesday in Annapolis at a conference hosted by the Maryland Chamber of Commerce where lawmakers and members of the Hogan administration touted plans to make the state more business-friendly.Read More
Hogan administration commits to get more jobs for ex-offenders to keep them from returning to prison
by Len Lazarick | December 17, 2015 | News | 0 |
The Hogan administration is jumping with both feet into efforts to reduce the prison population and make re-entry of ex-convicts into society easier by getting them jobs. Simultaneously with a release from Gov. Larry Hogan, Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford announced the formation of a new task force to review the legal barriers that people with a criminal record face when re-entering the community after time in prison.Read More
Hogan wants more openness, more names in filling legislative seats
by Len Lazarick | January 15, 2015 | General Assembly, News | 14 |
In filling the three legislative vacancies he has created in building his new administration, Gov.-elect Larry Hogan said he’d like to see a more open nominating process used by the Republican central committees and more candidate names for him to fill the seats. Hogan told reporters: “We’d like to encourage them to make the process more transparent.”Read More
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