Lawsuit Attempts to Nullify Results of Gambling Referendum

A lawsuit filed Friday challenging the constitutionality of the expanded gaming referendum could nullify the results of the Question 7 if successful.

Redistricting Referendum Seeks to Strengthen Democratic Control of State

Question 5 on Tuesday’s ballot asks Marylanders to approve a congressional redistricting map that both Republicans and Democrats say was drawn to weaken Republicans and protect Democrats in a Democratic state.

Independent Senate Candidate Subs News Conference for Canceled Debate

Monday night’s storm cancelled the final senatorial debates but that did not stop independent candidate Rob Sobhani from holding a news conference Thursday to deliver the closing remarks of his campaign.

O’Malley in 2016? D.C. Press Breakfast Keeps Speculation Circulating

In a move sure to stoke rumors he will be a candidate for president in 2016, Gov. Martin O’Malley appeared at a press breakfast in Washington, D.C., fielding questions from reporters and bolstering Democrats’ election-year message.

Democrats Deadlocked in 1st District; No Concession in Sight

Wendy Rosen leads John LaFerla in the race for the Democratic nomination in Maryland’s 1st Congressional District, which spans the Eastern Shore and some Baltimore suburbs, but LaFerla says uncounted absentee ballots could put him over the top.

Candidates’ Religious Appeals May be Losing Sway with Voters

The 2012 presidential candidates are discussing their religiosity like never before, and an increasing number of voters don’t seem to like it.