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Matory: Once a Democratic candidate, now a conservative Republican for Congress

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Four years ago, Liz Matory was a Democratic candidate for the House of Delegates in Montgomery County. After coming in seventh and dead last in a race against three incumbents in District 18,  she became a […]

Matory: Once a Democratic candidate, now a conservative Republican for Congress

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By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Four years ago, Liz Matory was a Democratic candidate for the House of Delegates in Montgomery County. After coming in seventh and dead last in a race against three incumbents in District 18,  she became a […]

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Maryland can accelerate jobs and cleaner environment with EV charging stations

By Mahi Reddy Maryland has a clear opportunity before it to become a leader in transportation electrification and 21st century jobs. This week, the Maryland Public Service Commission will consider a forward-looking

Jealous’ prison math doesn’t add up

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Reducing mass incarceration and the number of inmates in Maryland prisons has been a key element of Ben Jealous’ Democratic campaign for governor from the start. By

Donald Trump is no Thomas Jefferson

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Editorials across the nation were published last week in defense of a free press, and they often quoted Thomas Jefferson to support them. But when he was

In GOP targeted race, Sen. Young joins demonstration at challenger’s fundraiser with Hogan

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com “Tacky” was how Republican elected officials referred to Democratic Sen. Ron Young’s role in a demonstration Monday outside a noontime fundraiser for his Republican opponent, Craig Giangrande

Key battleground for Md. Senate is on Lower Eastern Shore: Carozza challenges Mathias

Thumbs up at a fundraiser for Sen. Jim Mathias Friday at the Ropewalk Restaurant in Ocean City. From left, Senate President Mike Miller; philanthropist Buddy Jenkins, owner of Thrasher's

Kirwan commission wrangles over who will oversee increased education funding, school reform

By Len Lazarick and Michael Jefferson For MarylandReporter.com As the Maryland Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education moved closer to recommending billion-dollar increases in K-12 funding along with major structural

Hogan beats Jealous 52%-36% in Gonzales poll, but Democrat questions accuracy

In the first media poll since the June 26 primary, pollster Patrick Gonzales finds Republican Gov. Larry Hogan getting over 50% support for the first time against a Democrat.

Maryland grapples with national crisis of mental illness in jails

By Meg Tully MarylandReporter.com A man shot in Silver Spring recently is a stark example of the importance of police training in responding to those in mental health crisis, says the

Democrats see higher turnout as key to victory

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Democratic Party leaders see increasing turnout as the key to victory in the fall. That’s the focus of the Howard County party headquarters that opened on Friday

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