GOFFSTOWN, New Hampshire – As Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan weighs whether to mount a primary challenge to Donald Trump for the Republican nomination for president in 2020, he might want to look to young voters to boost his chances. Among…
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While Maryland voted for the Democratic candidate in 2016 for the seventh straight presidential election, a deepening Republican loyalty in more rural areas of the state indicates increased polarization throughout Maryland
Hoyer says that if Trump or Cruz win the GOP nomination, they could hurt Republicans running for reelection. The Democrats could take the majority of the House of Representatives if they gain 30 seats in 2016.
Justice Antonin Scalia’s death this past weekend has thrown the Supreme Court into a state of flux. Mark Graber explains some of the political and legal ramifications of Scalia’s passing.
Visitors to the domain “ChrisVanHollen.org” are not taken to Van Hollen’s campaign website, but instead redirected to “Donna Edwards for Senate.”
New presidential campaign fundraising totals were released last week that show Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders continue to dominate former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley in the money race. The third quarter numbers revealed some trends – most of them discouraging – of the O’Malley campaign.