WASHINGTON — Maryland voters, political groups and state elected officials all rallied together outside the Supreme Court Tuesday morning to support a case being heard on partisan gerrymandering in the state’s congressional districts. Held on the steps of the Supreme…
COLLEGE PARK, Maryland — Voters across Maryland braved rainy weather and, in some cases, long lines to cast ballots that appeared to heavily favor incumbent Democrats to represent the state in the U.S. House. Based on slow returns late Tuesday night,…
As the district’s boundaries have shifted south, suburban voters in Montgomery County have become an increasingly important voting bloc.
The battle for Maryland’s 6th Congressional District this fall will pit a millionaire corporate investor against a wealthy landowner — occupations that the new STOCK Act will allow voters to examine more deeply as they decide who will represent them.
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.
Maryland’s establishment Democrats — stung by the defeat of their favored 6th Congressional District candidate Rob Garagiola on Tuesday — began to make amends the day after the primary.
Bill Clinton has endorsed 6th District Congressional candidate John Delaney, proving the Democratic primary will be a fight.