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The lieutenant governor has more than 180 Democratic elected officials backing his run in Maryland.
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Rebecca Pearce will no longer lead the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange.
Bernard C. “Jack” Young is among 21 elected officials expected to announce their support Saturday.
State officials say next week’s report should reflect “robust” activity on the Web site in recent days.
Montgomery Council colleagues praise Elrich’s passion, but pass on him as a leader.
Lieutenant governor concedes that he bears some blame for the technical glitches.
The Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 35 endorses its choice for governor next year.
The average residential bill would rise by $4.80 a month for Montgomery and Prince George’s customers.
The Montgomery council president and Prince George’s chair support the Democrat’s bid for governor.
The Democratic gubernatorial hopeful puts forward an agenda for the upcoming legislative session.
Montgomery Council gives planning officials a time out in dispute over child care for Wheaton project.
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