Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility

Tag Archives: rep. john delaney

Vogt announces bid for Md.’s 6th District seat

HAGERSTOWN — A 28-year-old Marine veteran is formally announcing his bid for Maryland’s 6th District Congressional seat. David E. Vogt III of Brunswick announced Tuesday that he will seek the Republican nomination in the race for the seat currently held ...

Read More »

Bongino to announce congressional bid

FREDERICK — Former U.S. Secret Service agent Dan Bongino is scheduled to announce his plans to run for the Republican nomination for Maryland’s 6th District congressional race. Bongino has scheduled a news conference for Tuesday in Frederick at the American ...

Read More »

FEMA aid sought for blizzard damage in western Md.

WASHINGTON — Some of Maryland’s federal lawmakers are pressing the Federal Emergency Management Agency to give Garrett County more help in recovering from a blizzard spawned by Superstorm Sandy. Democratic Rep. John Delaney said Thursday that he and the state’s ...

Read More »

Md.’s new congressman takes office

HAGERSTOWN — Maryland’s newest congressman is taking office as lawmakers continue to grapple with tough choices about federal deficit reduction. The swearing-in Thursday of Democratic Rep. John Delaney ends 20 years of Republican representation in the state’s 6th Congressional District. ...

Read More »

Defeated Bartlett blames redistricting for loss

HAGERSTOWN — Democratic gerrymandering and sparse support from fellow Republicans cost U.S. Rep. Roscoe Bartlett his 6th Congressional District seat, Bartlett said Wednesday in his first interview since the election. Democrat John Delaney, a Montgomery County financier, defeated the 10-term ...

Read More »

Obama wins Md. amid robust turnout

ANNAPOLIS — President Barack Obama won Maryland’s 10 electoral votes on Tuesday, and Democrat John Delaney defeated Republican Rep. Roscoe Bartlett in the heavily Democratic state. Exit polling showed the president defeated Mitt Romney in a state where registered Democrats ...

Read More »