Maryland Politics

Congressman Steny H. Hoyer (D) announced his endorsement of Prince George's County executive Angela Alsobrooks for Senate.

Homeowners renting out private pools through Swimply have drawn criticism from Montgomery County residents who cite noise, traffic, safety concerns.

Some council members raised concerns that a structural deficit could lead to more tax increases or substantial budget cuts next year.

Discord over a property tax hike animated debate in Maryland's most populous county, leading to a closed-door consensus and clashing visions for the future.

With revenue projections dipping, Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks seeks to tap rainy-day funds and amend her budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1

J'Den McAdory said that he was protesting gun-control legislation by open carrying around his Maryland neighborhood and was not singling out school bus stops.

As Gov. Wes Moore signed Maryland gun laws sparked by a Supreme Court ruling, the National Rifle Association challenged the legislation in federal court.

Artie Harris, vice president of a nonprofit housing developer, edged out former county council member Hans Riemer to round out the Montgomery County Planning Board.

Maryland, a left-leaning state, has had some of the longest waiting periods in the country for people seeking to clear their criminal records.

Moore, a former Army officer, traveled to a National Guard base to sign into law bills that benefit veterans, including tax breaks and free burials for spouses.

Alsobrooks rolled out endorsements and supporters to kick off her bid to replace Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.), who will retire at the end of his term.

Her entry into the Senate race sets up a high-profile contest between her and Rep. David Trone (D-Md.), who is expected to spend millions in his campaign.

Trone, the wealthy founder of Total Wine & More, is expected to largely self-fund his campaign.

Trone can be expected to spend millions of his personal fortune in the race.

Democrats say the legislation sends a practical and symbolic message at a time of unprecedented targeting of transgender people by politicians in GOP-leaning states.

47 percent think Maryland is moving in the right direction under Wes Moore, the poll found.

The door to a highly competitive Democratic primary opens as Ben Cardin retires.

Maryland Gov. Wes Moore put $2.5 million of his financial portfolio - the liquid portion of his private wealth - into a blind trust while he is a public official.

Cardin, 79, has been a fixture in Maryland politics for decades. A number of Democrats have already begun exploring potential runs for his seat.

For more than four decades, Mr. Ratchford shaped spending in Annapolis and later as an adviser to Baltimore mayors.

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