Trump to take office with historically low approval ratings

Maryland – When President-elect Donald Trump is inaugurated Friday, he will have a lower personal favorability rating than any of his four predecessors at the same time in their careers.

Trump presidency could have implications for Hogan reelection

The polls had Donald Trump down, but he pulled out the win on election day. Todd Eberly, the Coordinator of Public Policy Studies at St. Mary’s College says it’s because of assumptions pollsters made, and he says the election could have implications for Larry Hogan’s reelection chances.

MD. U.S. Senate candidate Cong. Chris Van Hollen promises to keep women’s issues in focus

Maryland’s likely next Senator discusses succeeding Sen. Mikulski, and the changes he hopes to bring forth in the Senate.

Senator-elect Chris Van Hollen joins with other democrats to prepare changes in Washington

While Maryland legislators are happy that Chris Van Hollen was elected to replace Barbara Mikulski in the senate, they remain wary about a Donald Trump presidency

In liberal Washington suburbs, Trump supporters feel isolated

This quiet suburb on the outskirts of Washington, D.C., is one of tree-lined streets, well-manicured lawns — and Hillary Clinton yard signs.

Souls to the Polls encourage early voting

Nearly three dozen churches in Anne Arundel county are teaming up on Sunday, October 30th to get their congregations out to the polls. “Souls to the Polls” is an initiative to encourage early voting to impact both the local and national results.

Marylanders react to Trump’s rigged election claims

For the past few weeks Donald Trump has been claiming the election is rigged if he doesn’t win citing voter fraud. According to one Loyola University study, since 2000 there has been only 31 cases of voter fraud.

UMD students react to Trump assault allegations

COLLEGE PARK – The discourse on the campaign trail is heating up, and students are beginning to gain interest as well. With the new allegations against Donald Trump coming out this week, the Prevent Sexual Assault club on campus is trying to start a new dialogue.

Maryland activist find ways to participate in early primaries

Maryland’s presidential primary isn’t until April 26th. But, instead of remaining on the sideline, Maryland activists from both parties are doing everything they can to impact the election.

Edwards Gets Montgomery County Endorsements

Rep. Donna Edwards, D-Fort Washington, earned endorsements from former Montgomery County Executive Doug Duncan and State Sen. Karen Montgomery, D-Montgomery, on Tuesday, her first from Maryland’s most populous county.