Inauguration boycott includes two Maryland lawmakers; another undecided

WASHINGTON — As next Friday’s presidential inauguration of Donald J. Trump draws closer, speculation over who won’t be in attendance has become as much a talking point as the event itself, with more than 50 members of Congress already saying…

Maryland Democrats celebrate election wins in Congress

SILVER SPRING, Md. – Democrats won big in Maryland on election day with Maryland 8th Congressman Chris Van Hollen defeating Maryland House Minority Leader Kathy Szeliga in the U.S. Senate race,  State Senator Jamie Raskin coming out on top in…

Democrats keep firm hold on Maryland congressional seats

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland – Democrats took the state’s open U.S. Senate seat on Tuesday, as well as seven of eight House seats. Democratic Rep. Chris Van Hollen, of the 8th District, won 60 percent of the vote in his bid…

Maryland comes up short at critical time for women politicians

WASHINGTON — After former Rep. Connie Morella was elected to the House in 1986, four out of 10 members of the Maryland congressional delegation were women. Today, the number of women in Maryland’s congressional delegation is down to two –…

Maryland Congressional Races Reach First Fundraising Benchmark

With the release of campaign fundraising reports Wednesday night, the races for Congressional seats in Prince George’s and Montgomery Counties reached their first important benchmark.

Anthony Brown Announces Run for Congress

Former Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown announced his candidacy for Maryland’s 4th Congressional District on Thursday, joining former Prince George’s State’s Attorney Glenn Ivey as declared candidates in the Democratic primary field.

Edwards’ Entrance Stirs Waters in Maryland Senate Race

Rep. Donna Edwards’ entrance into the Maryland Senate race signals the start of a potentially bruising primary season as Edwards and Rep. Chris Van Hollen begin the fight for endorsements and money.

Van Hollen to Run for Senate

Rep. Chris Van Hollen told supporters in an email Wednesday that he would be running to fill retiring Sen. Barbara Mikulski’s seat in 2016.

How Republican Larry Hogan Won in Blue Maryland

Republican Larry J. Hogan Jr. shocked political observers by winning Maryland’s gubernatorial race by over four points, beating Democrat Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown.

Democratic Candidate for Governor Anthony Brown Looking to Make History

Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, the democratic candidate for governor, is looking to become the first black governor of Maryland as well as the first lieutenant governor to ascend to the position. But even though Democrats in Maryland outnumber Republicans by more than 2-to-1, Brown is still in a battle closer than most people had expected.