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Chelsea Clinton Addresses Hillary Supporters In Anticipation of State Primary

The Democratic presidential candidate’s daughter touted her mother’s decades of experience.

GOP Candidates Bring Anti-Government Message to Government’s Backyard

By JOSH MAGNESS, REBECCA RAINEY and ALANA PEDALINO Capital News Service WASHINGTON — The Republican presidential candidates continue to advocate smaller government and less spending. But will such messages resonate in Maryland, a state that has benefited from its proximity…

Clinton Takes Detour from New York to Court Maryland Democrats

Former Secretary of State Clinton visits Baltimore, picks up Elijah Cummings’ endorsement

Edwards Hits Van Hollen with First Televised Attack Ad

Maryland Senate race goes negative on television.

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.

Maryland Senate Passes Override of Hogan’s Veto of Felon Voting Rights

The felon voting rights bill is expected to expand voting rights to an additional 40,000 felons, supporters say.

Two Presidential Candidates with Maryland Ties Face Tough Road

Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina, the two remaining presidential candidates with ties to Maryland, didn’t do well in the Iowa caucuses and it’s difficult to see where they can do better in the primaries ahead.

Cummings Says “No” to Senate Race, Will Seek Re-Election to House

Rep. Elijah Cummings declines to seek the U.S. Senate seat of retiring fellow Democrat Barbara Mikulski.

Analysis: O’Malley Was Third Wheel in Clinton-Sanders Fight

O’Malley struggled to make an impression in Iowa.

New Poll Reveals Tight Maryland Senate Race

New survey of likely Democratic voters in Maryland’s Senate primary shows Chris Van Hollen with a slight lead over Donna Edwards.