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

D.C. voters go to polls to fill Bowser, Barry council seats

D.C. voters go to polls to fill Bowser, Barry council seats

Special elections in Ward 4 and Ward 8 have drawn thousands to early voting sites

After 20 years, could it be deja vu in race to replace Marion Barry?

After 20 years, could it be deja vu in race to replace Marion Barry?

On Tuesday, Washington voters will choose D.C. Council successors to Bowser and to a legendary politician.

D.C. mayor, attorney general embrace truce, at least temporarily

D.C. mayor, attorney general embrace truce, at least temporarily

Mayor’s effort to consolidate legal power over land deals and city contracts likely out of budget battle.

House committee votes to upend first D.C. law in 23 years

House committee votes to upend first D.C. law in 23 years

Republicans call D.C. measure banning reproductive discrimination unconstitutional post Hobby Lobby.