Maryland voters are deciding who will be the state's governor, as well as who will be in the 188 seats of the Maryland General Assembly and the state's eight-member U.S. House delegation.
Gov. Larry Hogan today announced the appointment of Jheanelle Wilkins to the House of Delegates following the recommendation of the Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee. Wilkins will represent District 20 in Montgomery County, filling the seat vacated by now-Sen. William “Will” Smith. She is a senior field manager for The Leadership Conference on Civil and […]
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland House has passed a measure prohibiting the transfer or renewal of a license plate depicting the Confederate battle flag to another vehicle. The House voted 131-8 on Thursday for the bill. It now goes to the Senate. Maryland does not now offer plates with the Confederate battle flag. But prior to […]
A one-time candidate for the House of Delegates will serve six months of house arrest after pleading guilty to stealing more than $17,500 from an Anne Arundel high school booster club. Steven D. Wyatt made “numerous unauthorized transactions” using the North County High School Athletic Boosters Association debit card while serving as president of the […]
The Maryland House of Delegates has two vacant seats following the announcement on Thursday of the death of Del. James E. Proctor Jr., a Democrat who represented parts of Charles and Prince George’s counties, and the resignation of Del. William A. Campos, D-Prince George’s, on Thursday. RELATED: Campos resigns from Maryland House of Delegates The Prince […]
A Baltimore County real estate investor running for House of Delegates is suing three former campaign workers, claiming the men made defamatory comments about him and violated a non-disclosure agreement.
Two brothers who got into a fight in a Maryland House of Delegates office building in April have been acquitted of all charges in the case.
The House of Delegates' Environmental Matters Committee voted on a bill on Friday limiting the time a bank can seek a deficiency judgment, but not as much as advocates would like.
An emergency bill to provide health coverage to people who were unable to sign up through the state’s health insurance exchange website was sent back to the Senate Tuesday after the House approved its final version by a vote of 94-42.
The legalization of recreational marijuana is coming to Maryland but probably not this year or any time soon, according to Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller.
The Maryland Senate late Monday approved a bill that would provide insurance benefits to people who were unsuccessful in their attempt to sign up for coverage through the state health benefits exchange website.
Del. Luiz Simmons said he will run for state Senate rather than seek a fourth term in the Maryland House of Delegates.