Tag: Parris Glendening
With Democrats having a solid vet0-proof majority in the General Assembly, the state’s voters might be better served by electing another Republican to succeed two-term incumbent Gov. Larry Hogan next year, according to state Commerce Secretary and GOP gubernatorial candidate Kelly Schulz.Read More
Del. Neil Parrott (R-Washington) said he is disappointed by a recent Supreme Court decision that affirmed anti-discrimination protections for members of the LGBTQ community in the workplace.Read More
A MarylandReporter poll found that 40% of the respondents said Hogan has demonstrated stronger leadership than New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, President Donald Trump and Dr. Anthony Fauci during the pandemic.Read More
Our current battle with coronavirus, and its multiple layers of impacts on our lives, takes me back to the dramatic challenges our state faced during my two tours of duty in the governor’s press office in the 1990s.Read More
Sen. Jill Carter (D-Baltimore City) also praised Hogan’s leadership as well as all of the top political leaders in Maryland, but she said the state’s response to the coronavirus has not been perfect.Read More
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders leads in new Goucher poll as Maryland support for Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren dives; while leading Republican lawmakers are wary of $372.9 million deal to keep Preakness in Baltimore, bipartisan support possible; Goucher poll also finds Marylanders lukewarm over legalized sports betting; taxing services when there is no where else to turn; lawmakers ready to OK task force to oversee new JHU police; $15 million in state aid proposed to boost BSO; and Howard professor, family quarantined in Wuhan, U.S. over coronavirus.Read More
A recent study ranked Maryland No. 13 for the states with the highest African American political engagement. Former Maryland Gov. Parris Glendening said: “Being number thirteen is good but it’s certainly not great. I think it illustrates the opportunity for us to expand participation significantly.”Read More
Sen. Carter says progressive grassroots support could help her win Cummings’ seat, despite Mfume’s win
Sen. Jill Carter, D-Baltimore City, came in third place in last week’s Democratic special congressional primary but she said progressive grassroots support may be enough to put her over the top in her quest to succeed late Rep. Elijah Cummings.Read More
“All of the bills you will be considering over the next 61 days are important and worthy of debate and discussion. But none of them are nearly as important as addressing the out-of-control violent crime, the shootings, and murders that are destroying Baltimore City,” Gov.Larry Hogan said Wednesday in a 25-minute speech to a joint session of the House and Senate at the State House in Annapolis.Read More
Gansler credits Marylanders — not Hogan or O’Malley — with Md.’s inclusion on list of the most gay-friendly states
An annual report released by the Human Rights Campaign Federation Institute on Thursday said Maryland has some of the strongest laws in the nation protecting the rights of LGBTQ Americans. Former Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler says the state’s residents deserve credit for the boost in ranking, rather than the current governor or his immediate predecessor.Read More
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