An anti-smoking group says victories in Maryland's primary election have improved the odds that an increase in the tobacco tax will become a reality in 2015.
Here are a number of factors to keep in mind as results start to roll in after the polls close at 8 p.m.
Julius Henson, in a video posted online, fired back at criticism of his stance on a proposed increase to the state's $2 per pack cigarette tax.
The Maryland Citizens' Health Initiative Wednesday released a radio ad Wednesday highlighting the difference between Sen. Nathaniel J. McFadden and Julius Henson on increasing the tobacco tax.
Julius Henson's lawyer plans a dual attack on the former political consultant's violation-of-probation conviction for running for state Senate, based in part on the Court of Special Appeals' ruling in an unrelated case Wednesday in favor of former Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold.
For a man facing four months in jail, Julius Henson appeared rather relieved and upbeat Thursday afternoon. Now he could get back to campaigning.
It is a fundamental precept of due process that a criminal is entitled to know his sentence, in no uncertain terms.
A political consultant who was convicted in a robocall conspiracy in the last Maryland governor's election filed to run for a Baltimore state Senate seat on Thursday.
Former political consultant Julius Henson said he is “shocked” by a charge that his run for state Senate violates the terms of his probation.
Julius Henson, who was convicted in a case involving robocalls on Election Day in 2010, says he is running for the General Assembly.
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday affirmed a $1 million judgment against Universal Elections and its owner, Julius Henson, for violating federal law by sending recorded telephone messages to more than 112,000 Democrats in Baltimore city and Prince George’s County on Election Day 2010, saying they should “relax” because the Democrats had already “taken it back.”
A few government and politics headlines for Tuesday.