Maryland felons now able to vote

Former felons step up to register to vote as the state’s new voting restoration law takes effect.

Commission calls for independent panel to redistrict Maryland

A Maryland commission sent recommendations to Gov. Larry Hogan to remediate both congressional and legislative voting districts.

Commission works to remediate gerrymandering in Maryland

Governor Larry Hogan’s Redistricting Reform Commission is recommending the formation of an independent group to improve Maryland’s voting districts.

Petition Aims to Reverse Early Voting Decision

A petition aims to reverse a decision to remove 2 popular early voting sites.

Voting Controversy Rocks Montgomery County

Montgomery County Council members are in a battle with the board of elections.

Paper Ballots Make a Comeback in Maryland

The Prince George’s and Montgomery County Executives, along with the counties’ Boards of Election, introduce local voters to Maryland’s new voting machines which feature paper ballots and digital scanners.

Candidates Crowd Field for 2016 Baltimore Mayoral Election

Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will not be running, but nine other candidates have announced or filed to run for Baltimore mayor in 2016.

Laughs and Lawmaking on Maryland House Floor Tuesday

Maryland state delegates took part in playful April Fool’s Day fun on the House floor Tuesday, but also passed bills on subjects far from light.

House Democrats Express Concerns About Outdated Voting Machines

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Accountability Office (GAO) to review the status of voting machine technology and the potential problems posed by using outdated equipment.

Montgomery County Hoping to Increase Voter Participation on National Voter Registration Day

With the general election looming, the Montgomery County Board of Elections campaigned to increase voter participation.