Former Secretary of State Rallies for Brown in the Last Days of the Campaign

With just five days left in Maryland’s election campaign, former first lady, New York senator and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton came to support Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown’s gubernatorial bid.

Brown Attempts to Become Maryland’s First Lieutenant Governor to Gain a Promotion

In the last leg of the race to Government House, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and his running mate, Howard County Executive Ken Ulman plan to welcome Hillary Rodham Clinton to Maryland.

Gansler Received Campaign Funding From Attorney General’s Office Affiliates

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Attorney General Doug Gansler received campaign funding last year from individuals and businesses who have done work with the Attorney General’s Office.

Gov. O’Malley Celebrates the Completion of Better, Faster Internet

Gov. O’Malley, Sen. Mikulski and Howard County Executive Ken Ulman celebrated the completion of the One Maryland Broadband Network at Kent Island High School Tuesday, touting the benefits of the faster, more reliable internet at the school.

Love Trumps Politics for Some Maryland Officeholders

Valentine’s Day is a special time for Maryland’s politicians; a chance to sneak away from the office and spend time with loved ones.

County Executives Meet With Voters Outside Poll In Laurel

After months of campaigning, voters make decisions on key ballot issues.

Comptroller Franchot Among Potential Candidates in 2014 Gubernatorial Race

His role as, “a fiscally responsible, progressive Democrat,” will give him an advantage should he choose to run in 2014, Franchot said.

Howard County Executive Ulman a Possible Contender for Governor in 2014

Howard County Executive Ken Ulman is one of four Maryland Democrats whose names are swirling around the rumor mill of potential gubernatorial candidates in the 2014 race.

County Execs Tout Gambling’s Benefits to Economic Development, Education

Three county executives lent their support Thursday to an expansion of gambling in Maryland that goes before voters in November.

Storify: Maryland Delegation Responds to Michelle Obama’s Speech

Michelle Obama spoke Tuesday night at the Democratic National Convention. Her speech was mentioned, at its peak, more than 28,000 times per minute on Twitter.