Aaron C. Davis
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Aaron C. Davis covers Maryland government and politics for The Washington Post. Last year, he tracked Gov. Martin O’Malley’s (D) re-election success in an otherwise big year for Republicans. This year, he has taken an in depth look at interests behind O’Malley’s drive to develop offshore wind; Maryland’s growing debt load; and forces behind repeated failures to update the state’s gun-control laws. Prior to joining The Post in 2008, Davis covered California government and politics for The Associated Press and San Jose Mercury News. He has also covered law enforcement, aviation, and the environment. He recently reported from Iraq, and has reported from Israel, India and Europe.

Latest by Aaron C. Davis

Marion Christopher Barry to plead guilty in bank outburst

Marion Christopher Barry to plead guilty in bank outburst

Court documents say deal will be announced Wednesday, jail time unclear.

In early power struggle with council, D.C. mayor could win battle, lose war

In early power struggle with council, D.C. mayor could win battle, lose war

The budget appears likely to give Bowser money for priorities, but little ground on new mayoral authority.

The D.C. region has 11,623 homeless people, but that’s not the whole story

The D.C. region has 11,623 homeless people, but that’s not the whole story

The annual count showing a slight decrease came before several hundred families sought shelter.

Could a Baltimore-style riot happen in D.C.? Town hall cast as preventative step.

Could a Baltimore-style riot happen in D.C.? Town hall cast as preventative step.

D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser says it’s “high time” city leaders do a better job listening to concerns of D.C. youth.