It was a bittersweet and busy day for Maryland legislators as they pushed to get their bills through both House and Senate chambers on Sine Die, the final day of the General Assembly on Monday.
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 – Candidates for local, state and federal offices gave their final arguments as voters cast ballots across the state of Maryland on Tuesday.
While Rep. Roscoe Bartlett blames redistricting, vote tallies show congressman-elect John Delaney overperforming in rural Maryland.
Boosted by support from voters in Montgomery County, John Delaney unseated Rep. Roscoe Bartlett, R-Buckeystown, to become the first Democratic congressman since 1992 to represent the 6th District.
With a recent poll showing Rep. Roscoe Bartlett and John Delaney tied, the candidates aim to sway undecided voters in the last days of the campaign.
Of the about $5 million raised, out-of-state donors have contributed over $1 million to Democrat John Delaney’s campaign.
Republican Rep. Roscoe Bartlett and Democrat John Delaney on Sunday night cast themselves as political independents in the race for Maryland’s 6th Congressional District during a debate that still featured the kind of partisan bickering dominating national politics.
As the district’s boundaries have shifted south, suburban voters in Montgomery County have become an increasingly important voting bloc.