Party leaders have written off the Republican governor’s victory as an anomaly.
Democrat Ben Jealous won younger Marylanders. But a lot more older voters showed up.
Maryland’s Republican Gov. Larry Hogan survived a blue wave, so what’s next?
Popular Republican says his success comes from being “the governor for all the people.”
The governor’s popularity did not extend to other Republicans in a “blue-wave” election.
President Obama stumped for two candidates in Virginia, and in Maryland, Hogan and Jealous took their message to voters
Key articles, coverage of the 2018 Maryland governor’s race.
The Republican governor has charmed Democratic-leaning Maryland with beers, bear hugs and witty one-liners.
Democratic nominee for Maryland governor has struggled to build a coalition against Republican Gov. Larry Hogan.
The ballot question — accompanied by one on school funding — comes amid a national conversation about voting rights.
Facing reelection, the governor’s support has more than doubled among blacks since 2014.
The Republican governor’s record is mixed on three big pledges: attracting jobs, curbing government spending and reducing taxes.
A campaign flier was intended to spark conservative turnout as early voting begins.
The Republican Governors Association began airing ads for Gov. Larry Hogan this summer.
The state GOP is trying to break the supermajority that Democrats have held for nearly 50 years.
The Republican incumbent’s campaign said his Democratic challenger “is in no position to lecture anyone on ethics.”
Leggett, Montgomery County executive and a former state Democratic Party chair, calls Republican governor a friend and county supporter.
The Maryland gubernatorial candidates again presented their different visions of the state at a forum Friday.
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.