Aaron C. Davis
Reporter

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

Faith groups pressure Bowser to act against D.C.’s surge in homelessness

Faith groups pressure Bowser to act against D.C.’s surge in homelessness

With shelters at capacity or filling fast, organizers warn more must be done to address the growing need.

D.C. Council reorganizes to address housing, homeless

D.C. Council reorganizes to address housing, homeless

The economic development panel will be dismantled, with affordable housing targeted as a priority.

D.C. primary election date to remain a moving target

D.C. primary election date to remain a moving target

To avoid a repeat of this year’s dismal turnout, council approves votes in June and Sept. over next four years.

Bowser, Chaffetz agree: Olympics would be great for D.C.

Bowser, Chaffetz agree: Olympics would be great for D.C.

Utah Republican says he will press Congress to help fund games if Washington is selected for U.S. bid.