Federal and Maryland grand juries have been convened to investigate possible campaign-law violations by staff members of Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.’s 2010 gubernatorial run, a lawyer for defendants in a related lawsuit stated in court papers filed Wednesday. The grand ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Business advocates and lawmakers say the pro-business rhetoric at the center of the governor’s race that concluded just two months ago may be rolled back in the face of daunting statewide issues. Both Gov. Martin O’Malley and former ...
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State investigators have searched the Baltimore home of a political operative who organized a last-minute robo-call in the Maryland governor’s race. WBAL-TV in Baltimore reports agents took boxes of evidence Friday from Julius Henson’s home. Republican candidate Bob Ehrlich’s campaign ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — The campaign of former Maryland governor Robert Ehrlich has reported paying $14,000 in the final days of the governor’s race to a political operative who says he sent robocalls on Election Day suggesting Democrats didn’t need to vote. ...Read More »
Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler says investigators do not believe former Gov. Robert Ehrlich or his staff were aware of Election Day robocalls that allegedly aimed to dissuade Democratic voters from going to the polls. Gansler made the comments in ...Read More »
LANHAM — Rushern L. Baker III, the Democratic nominee for Prince George’s county executive, said Wednesday that former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.’s proposed education funding cuts are “something we will not stand for,” a sentiment echoed by Montgomery County ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — A Washington Post poll shows Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley has a significant lead over former Republican Gov. Robert Ehrlich. The poll published Wednesday says 52 percent of those most likely to vote support O’Malley, while 41 percent say ...Read More »