Tag: Van Hollen
Most Maryland Democrats won the House races they were expected to win. The exception could be Rep. David Trone, who on Wednesday was trailing Republican challenger Neil Parrott in the 6th District, which stretches from Montgomery County into western Maryland.Read More
Fifty years ago, both U.S. Ssenators from Maryland were Republicans. In 1976, a Democratic congressman from Baltimore City named Paul Sarbanes took on incumbent Republican J. Glenn Beall and beat him with 59% of the vote. Sarbanes would hold on to that seat for 30 years, a record five terms for Maryland.Read More
With attention focused on three open statewide offices – governor, comptroller and attorney general – the race for a six-year term in U.S. Senate and for Maryland’s eight congressional seats registers barely a blip.
U.S. Sen. Chris Van HollenRead More
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