STOCK Act May Give Voters Better Picture of 6th District Representative

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.

Delaney Means Business With District 6 Voters

“Economy,” “jobs” and “the deficit” are words candidates say in campaign speeches to show they are in touch with the issues that matter to people, but to Democratic candidate John Delaney they’re more than just buzzwords.

Bartlett Has Unfinished Business

Bartlett of Frederick will be 86 in June and is running for his 11th term in Congress as the representative from the 6th District.

Hard Work, Legislative Record Define Garagiola Campaign

Rob Garagiola has been busy in Annapolis — really busy. A state senator for more than 10 years, majority leader since 2011 and member of 10 committees, he has sponsored or co-sponsored more than 550 bills in the last five years.

Diversity, Service, Progressive Views Propel Pooran’s Run for Congress

When congressional candidates in the 6th District started actively campaigning in January, Milad Pooran wasn’t allowed — he was 6,000 miles away doing critical care transport in Iraq as a lieutenant colonel in the Air Force Reserves.

Like Father, Like Son? Afzali Hopes So

When Kathy Afzali ran for delegate in 2010 she unseated the incumbent, Joseph Bartlett. Now she’s aiming to do the same to his father, Rep. Roscoe Bartlett.

Brinkley’s Father Passed Along Political Passion

David Brinkley inherited his passion for politics. His father, a World War II veteran, instilled in him the importance of voting, he said.

Cardin Pushes for Transportation Bill to Gain Metro Funding

Metro’s funding for safety improvements could be in jeopardy without passage of the federal transportation bill stranded in the House of Representatives, said Sen. Ben Cardin Tuesday.

Delaney, Bartlett to Battle for 6th District in November

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.

With Republican Primary Race Undecided, Maryland Finally Matters

The Republican presidential primary has become a dog fight for delegates to the August convention, putting Maryland in an unfamiliar situation — it actually matters.