The Democratic incumbent raised $441,566 from July through the end of September.
Del. Meagan Simonaire, who will leave office in January, switched from Republican to Democrat.
Jesse Colvin is an Afghan vet with an Ivy League degree who says voters are longing for the center.
The County Council passed a bill allowing fee waivers for certain residential developers. Rushern Baker tried to veto the measure.
Leggett, Montgomery County executive and a former state Democratic Party chair, calls Republican governor a friend and county supporter.
The golf club cleared four times the allowed amount of trees, according to Montgomery County officials.
The Maryland gubernatorial candidates again presented their different visions of the state at a forum Friday.
After losing in the Democratic primary, Jerome Segal was fighting to have his name on the ballot.
Even those in the D.C. suburbs who would benefit most dislike the strategy for widening the Beltway, I-270 and B-W Parkway.
More than twice as many Democrats have asked for absentee ballots this year compared with 2014.
9 percentage points separate Frosh and Republican Craig Wolf in a new Gonzales poll.
Marylanders back the incumbent GOP governor on key issues, including health care and education.
Democratic nominee blames gaffes highlighted in Hogan video on the stutter he’s struggled with since childhood.
The legislation, its authors say, is aimed at keeping trash pickup reliable while giving workers raises.
The contributions were fromentities that listed the same address, sparking a complaint to the Maryland State Board of Elections.