“We are deeply sorry for what happened,” Moore said. “And look forward to the continued contribution that you are going to continue making to our society.”Read More
President Joe Biden on Thursday touted his economic policies and contrasted the results with what he called the Republicans’ “extreme” budget proposals to give more tax breaks to the wealthy and cut social programs.Read More
Gov. Wes Moore fended off questions Tuesday on whether he’ll run in the 2024 Democratic presidential primary during an interview with global news organization Semafor, saying he had no interest in higher office and turning the subject to his nontraditional political background.Read More
The Serving Every Region Through Vocational Exploration Act of 2023—its formal name—has been a priority of Democratic Gov. Wes Moore since the start of his term; he created the new department on his first full day in office. But it wasn’t until he named Monteiro on April 3 — just a week shy of the end of the MGA session — as the head of the department that things could really start.Read More
Gov. Wes Moore exits his first General Assembly session with all 10 items on his legislative agenda passing. And, despite the tweaks to those proposals from legislators, Moore laid the foundation for a strong working relationship with the legislative body, analysts say.Read More
“It’s a great day for our families and it’s a great day for our communities,” Moore said. “I’m proud because this session showed that we, as a state, can move differently. To show that we can move in partnership and show that once again Maryland can do big things and Maryland can lead.”Read More
Just a month into his first public office, the top media started asking Maryland Gov. Wes Moore if he’s running for president.Read More
After a final pitch meeting Wednesday with the General Services Administration to land the new FBI headquarters in Prince George’s County, Maryland Gov. Wes Moore and the state’s congressional delegation said they urged federal officials to equally weigh racial equity in making a final decision.Read More
By TIMOTHY DASHIELL BALTIMORE— Baltimore City officials announced a multi-tiered plan on Thursday...Read More
President Joe Biden, stomping here at a rally for the state’s Democratic candidates on the eve of Election Day, stressed the importance of voter turnout and the dangers of giving the power back to the Republican party.Read More
By ABBY ZIMMARDI AND SHANNON CLARK OWINGS MILLS – Gubernatorial candidates Dan Cox and Wes Moore...Read More
Democratic gubernatorial nominee Wes Moore and his opponent, Republican Dan Cox, shook hands and spoke with visitors from across the state Wednesday in between “all-you-can-eat” crabs, watermelon and corn at the J. Millard Tawes Crab & Clam Bake.Read More
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