GREENBELT, Maryland – House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Mechanicsville, doesn’t seem especially concerned about his reelection next year. “My strategy for reelection is to continue to do a job everyday that people will see and appreciate,” he told Capital News…
CHESAPEAKE BEACH, Maryland – The clean, white living room of Paul Zeitz’s summer house looked out at the vast expanse of the Chesapeake Bay’s choppy waves Saturday. Twelve guests sat on a white L-shaped couch and chairs dispersed on the…
Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Baltimore, joined other House Democrats in a letter Wednesday urging the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to review the status of voting machine technology and the potential problems posed by using outdated equipment.
BALTIMORE – The Maryland State Board of Elections, required to find a new voting system that provides a voter-verfiable record, recently sponsored a hands-on demonstration to help the Board determine what will be used for the 2016 presidential primary election.
A lawsuit filed Friday challenging the constitutionality of the expanded gaming referendum could nullify the results of the Question 7 if successful.
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.
Time is running short for residents to register to vote and choose their candidate in Maryland’s April 3 primary elections, and with new district lines going into effect this year, there is an added level of complexity in this spring’s balloting.