Legislators receive angry, invective-laden calls and emails after Hogan urges action following governor's call to action on Facebook.Read More »
State Board of Elections officials said Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan did not violate campaign finance laws related to fundraising and polling conducted by his Change Maryland Organization. In a memo to the Maryland State Board of Elections, Jared DeMarinis, ...Read More »
Corporations doing business with the Maryland government donated millions of dollars to a national organization headed by Gov. Martin O’Malley even as the state awarded them billions of dollars in contracts, according to an organization whose chairman is expected to run for governor as a Republican this year.Read More »
Larry Hogan, chairman of Change Maryland, plans to tell an expected audience of about 1,100 people that he is considering a run for governor in 2014.Read More »
Hogan, LarryAPylesWarning letters sent in October to two Maryland counties by Attorney General Doug Gansler and Department of the Environment Sec. Robert Summers have drawn strong, if not terribly swift, condemnation from the chairman of ChangeMaryland.org.Read More »
A couple of government PR pros confirmed plans to switch affiliations this week, headlined by Gov. Martin O'Malley's longtime aide, Raquel Guillory.
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