ANNAPOLIS — Former Anne Arundel County Del. Ron George says he plans to run for state Senate in 2018. George, a Republican, announced his plans on Monday to seek the Senate seat representing District 30, which includes Annapolis and southern Anne Arundel County. George says he wants to bring a fiscally conservative approach to the […]
State Board of Elections officials said Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan did not violate campaign finance laws related to fundraising and polling conducted by his Change Maryland Organization. In a memo to the Maryland State Board of Elections, Jared DeMarinis, director of candidacy and campaign finance for the board, wrote that expenditures made by Change […]
Democratic Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and Republican businessman Larry Hogan won their parties' gubernatorial primaries.
Lack of excitement and known candidates are keeping most voters on the fence when it comes to picking a new governor.
A majority of Democrats and Republicans in Maryland still have no idea who they will vote for in a primary election that is nearly 60 days away, according to a poll conducted by St. Mary's College of Maryland.
A Maryland lawmaker on Tuesday renewed a call for an investigation into the state's defective health care exchange with a focus on the procurement process of the exchange's board, which has approved multimillion dollar contracts.
Republican Larry Hogan makes his long-awaited campaign announcement official.
Larry Hogan, chairman of Change Maryland, plans to tell an expected audience of about 1,100 people that he is considering a run for governor in 2014.
The plan proposed by the Democratic candidate for governor would face a (dare we say it) chronic shortfall beginning in the fourth year.
Del. Ronald A. George said Tuesday that Del. Don H. Dwyer Jr. -- an Anne Arundel County Republican who this year has twice been charged with operating vehicles while drunk -- should resign from elected office.
Del. Ronald A. George said Tuesday that Del. Don H. Dwyer Jr. -- an Anne Arundel County Republican who was convicted of driving his boat while drunk last year -- should resign from elected office.
Del. Ronald A. George, an Anne Arundel County Republican seeking the party's nomination for governor, thought about resigning from the House of Delegates so he could spend the 90-day General Assembly session raising money for his campaign.