Sheila Dixon’s return to politics says as much about the crop of challengers in this year’s race for mayor as it does about her. It’s vintage Dixon, though. Here she is, more or less announcing her candidacy for mayor in ...Read More »
Every day seems to bring more good news for Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. Every day, it seems, there’s a new candidate for mayor. The more the merrier, she may be thinking. State Sen. Catherine Pugh, in a fund-raising letter, says she’s ...
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WASHINGTON — Less than a year after removing most limits on election spending by corporations and organized labor, the Supreme Court is signaling trouble for another campaign law that aims to curtail the political power of big money. The court ...Read More »
BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will be facing some challengers as she tries to win a full, four-year term. Rawlings-Blake took over this year for Mayor Sheila Dixon, who stepped down as part of a plea agreement on ...Read More »
Alison L. Asti’s Election Day endorsement of Anne Arundel County Circuit Court Judge Laura Kiessling was meant to support Kiessling, not suggest that the two were running together on a slate, Asti said. In an e-mail Wednesday, Asti said her ...Read More »
While the emergence of tea party candidates is getting headlines in this fall’s midterm elections, another trend with free-speech implications has popped up, as well — candidates and supporters going to court, not just the ballot box, to challenge opponents’ ...Read More »
In an atmosphere as bizarre as the one now enveloping American politics, the obligatory candidate debate may have lost even more of its fading importance. But this week’s face-off between Gov. Martin O’Malley and former governor Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. ...Read More »