In a moment reminiscent of Obi-Wan Kenobi using a Jedi mind trick on Imperial Stormtroopers on the prowl for a couple of droids, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown told WBAL's Lisa Robinson Sunday that what was once called a cancellation is, in fact, a renewal notice.Read More »
One day after challenging fellow Maryland Democratic gubernatorial candidates to forgo independent expenditures in the 2014 campaign, Doug Gansler stands alone.Read More »
The Washington Post reports that Mizeur will announce that Delmon Coates, senior pastor at Mount Ennon Baptist Church in CLinton, Md. will round out her ticket.Read More »
Del. Luiz Simmons said he will run for state Senate rather than seek a fourth term in the Maryland House of Delegates.
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Douglas Gansler is calling on his fellow Democratic rivals for Maryland governor to sign a pledge to reject independent expenditures in the 2014 campaign.Read More »
"If I get in I plan to run to win," Ruppersberger said. "I don think I'll need as much money as some others. Polls show I'm really well known and popular in the Baltimore area."Read More »
Statewide, 73 percent of those surveyed earlier this month said they prefer redistricting to be done by an independent commission rather than by elected officials, according to a poll requested by the Greater Baltimore Committee.
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