Attorneys for Donald Trump argue that an attempt to bar him from the 2024 ballot should be dismissed as a violation of his freedom of speech.
More than a decade after being convicted of embezzling donated gift cards, former Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon is again running for office.
Maryland’s election officials and constitutional law experts are discussing whether a clause in the Constitution targeting candidates who’ve aided an “insurrection” bars Donald Trump from ballots.
A liberal group is arguing Donald Trump is ineligible to run for the White House again under a clause in the U.S. Constitution aimed at candidates who have supported an “insurrection.”
Texas is becoming the largest state to resign from a bipartisan, multistate effort to prevent voter fraud.
Maryland Rep. Jamie Raskin, who played a leading role in recent years as House Democrats twice impeached then-President Donald Trump and investigated Trump’s role in the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection, announced Friday he will not run for the U.S. Senate seat that is opening with the retirement of Sen. Ben Cardin. Raskin, the top Democrat […]
The Supreme Court ruled that state courts can act as a check on their legislatures in redistricting and other issues affecting federal elections.
Attorney John Eastman, a lead architect of some of Donald Trump's efforts to remain in power after the 2020 election, faces possible disbarment.
This week's Supreme Court decision ordering Alabama to redraw its congressional districts was seen by many minority lawmakers and voting rights activists as a stunning victory.
The Maryland State Board of Elections voted unanimously for the director of candidacy and campaign finance to be the state’s next chief election official.
If he decides to run for U.S. Senate, Rep. Jamie Raskin could shake up what has so far has been seen as a two-candidate Democratic primary for the Maryland seat.
Less than one week into her campaign for U.S. Senate, Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks has a coalition of Democratic officials backing her.