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Montgomery Republicans urged to switch parties to vote in Democratic primary

By Glynis Kazanjian For MarylandReporter.com Rumors that Montgomery County Republicans were being urged to switch parties in order to support more moderate Democrats in the June 26 primary came out in the open Friday at a county executive candidates forum […]

Montgomery Republicans urged to switch parties to vote in Democratic primary

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By Glynis Kazanjian For MarylandReporter.com Rumors that Montgomery County Republicans were being urged to switch parties in order to support more moderate Democrats in the June 26 primary came out in the open Friday at a county executive candidates forum […]

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Kirwan Commission goes back to work

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The education commission that met in relative obscurity for 16 months now faces the challenge of deciding what it will take and how much it will cost

Correction: Simon did not raise significantly more cash than Cardin

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Independent U.S. Senate candidate Neal Simon did not raise significantly more money than incumbent Sen. Ben Cardin in the first quarter of 2018, as inaccurately reported by

Marylanders back spending more on school safety, career education, but less support for pre-K and teacher pay

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Marylanders support spending more money on school safety and career and technical education, according to a new statewide poll. But they are less enthusiastic about expanding pre-kindergarten

Martin O’Malley, Lindsey Graham on fundraising trail

Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley speaks at a fundraiser for Calvin Ball, standing behind him. MarylandReporter.com photo. Former Gov. Martin O’Malley was the star attraction at a fundraiser for Howard

Incumbent delegates called vulnerable with three open seats in MoCo legislative District 18

Gov. Larry Hogan speaks to the House of Delegates on opening day Wednesday. Governor's Office photo. By Glynis Kazanjian For Maryland Reporter Women are beginning to emerge as top-tier candidates in Montgomery’s

Teachers give Jealous a boost over Baker in campaign for governor

Candidate for governor Ben Jealous, surrounded by leaders of the state teachers union, talks to reporters across the street from Matthew Henson Elementary School in Baltimore, one of the

Maryland record year: 890 bills passed, 142 already law

At Tuesday's bill signing, Gov. Larry Hogan shakes hands with House Speaker Michael Busch, as he did with Senate President Mike Miller at the table. Governor's Office photo By Len

Hogan wins big in legislature session

Senate President Mike Miller, Gov. Larry Hogan and House Speaker Michael Busch at Thursday's bill signing. Governor's Office photo By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Gov. Larry Hogan won this legislative session by not

Legislature overrides Hogan’s veto on teacher-discipline bill

By Glynis Kazanjian For Maryland Reporter.com A bill allowing public school teachers recommended for suspension or termination to bypass school board disciplinary hearings and use an outside arbitrator to decide the

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