Maryland Politics

Cox, who was endorsed in his gubernatorial run by former president Donald Trump, called the FBI search at Mar-a-Lago "criminal."

Incumbent Marc Elrich held an unofficial lead over Potomac businessman David Blair.

Here’s what you need to know about where the election stands and what to expect as officials prepare for a recount.

Three Eastern Shore towns will pay $5 million and institute changes in policing to prevent more officer-involved deaths.

After weeks of counting closed, the Associated Press declared the Democratic prinary for Montgomery County executive too close to call.

Montgomery remains the only county in Maryland still counting ballots from the July 19 primary.

A party rift widened when Cox toppled Kelly Schulz, Gov. Larry Hogan’s protege, in a primary contest widely viewed as a proxy war between Trump and Hogan.

Montgomery County still has thousands of ballots left to count before the county executive and other local Democratic primaries can be called.

Del. Richard K. Impallaria's attorney said Impallaria has been aware of the allegations “for some time” and denies wrongdoing.

Counties can continue to accept mail-in ballots until 10 days after the July 19 election, as long as they were postmarked by Election Day.

The Maryland governor said he plans to "double-down" on reshaping the Republican Party after GOP voters nominated Trump-aligned Dan Cox to succeed him.

Winners in the remaining council races — along with the county executive seat — will be projected over the coming days and weeks.

There’s roughly 100 days before Maryland voters pick between Cox, an attorney, and Moore, a best-selling author and former head of an anti-poverty organization.

Moore pulled past former U.S. labor secretary Tom Perez in a crowded primary whose results were delayed by mail-in ballots. He faces Del. Dan Cox (R) this fall.

The political newcomer broke through a crowded field of established Democrats and is projected to clinch the party's nomination.

Comptroller Peter Franchot, who was in third place in early returns, conceded that he will not win the crowded Democratic primary race to be Maryland's next governor.

It could be days or even weeks before analysts declare winners in the Maryland primary and elections officials certify results.

The ballot count is projected to take weeks, as results of Democratic primaries for governor, Montgomery County executive and a host of down-ballot races hang in the balance.

Maryland primary voters sided with Trump and nominated someone who repudiates Hogan's brand. If he can’t sell his vision here, can he sell it nationwide?

David Blair had a slight edge over Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich on Wednesday, but it will likely be days — if not weeks — before a winner is named.

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