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Sexual harassment did not cost Hillary the election

Dear Editor, Just when I thought I had heard every excuse for Mrs. Clinton’s loss a year ago, I am proved wrong. In light of the recent sexual harassment allegations, Ms. Jill Filipovic, a contributing op-ed writer for the New […]

Sexual harassment did not cost Hillary the election

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Dear Editor, Just when I thought I had heard every excuse for Mrs. Clinton’s loss a year ago, I am proved wrong. In light of the recent sexual harassment allegations, Ms. Jill Filipovic, a contributing op-ed writer for the New […]

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Democrats running for governor rarely mention Martin O’Malley

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Six Democrats running for governor used Larry Hogan as a reliable punching bag at a Saturday forum, pounding away at the current Republican governor in front of

Unconventional Republican runs for comptroller

Anjali Reed Phukan. MarylandReporter.com photo by Rebecca Nelson By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Anjali Reed Phukan has been the only official candidate for state comptroller for four months now. She filed the same

Rep. John Delaney wants Trump’s job

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Donald Trump may have started an unwelcomed trend. An outsider who started as a joke rather than a serious contender in the wide-open GOP presidential primaries last year, Trump pulled off America’s biggest upset. Today

Shakedown

Same guy, ponytail now gray, still strong, enduring as the word, scrappy. Larry the legend, busted ass, eight hours in the mill, then, on sweltering afternoons, hammered shingles onto steep roofs, hit the bar at nightfall, sucked down a few beers, did

Abandoned voters more powerful than conventional wisdom

By Michael Collins For MarylandReporter.com A victory by Hillary Clinton—and a 2018 backlash against her—most likely would have given Gov. Larry Hogan’s reelection bid a boost, as Josh Kurtz argued in

2016 was the apathy election

In the wake of the 2016 elections, pundits are poring through the exit polls to tease out the preferences of various key identitarian demographics. As I've noted in the

Democrats dazed and confused

Josh Kurtz has been writing about Maryland politics for years for the Gazette and then for Center Maryland. He’s currently raising money to launch Maryland Matters, a news website

Donald Trump, Photo by Doug Christian/Baltimore Post Examiner

Trump’s victory was years in the making

By Todd Eberly Freestater Blog A few years ago I published my first book – American Government and Popular Discontent with Steven Schier. In it, we attempted to explain what factors

Scanner problems created long lines for voters; Maryland has low turnout

Hundreds of voters in line at Battle Grove Elementary School in Dundalk a half hour before the polls were to close on Election Day, Nov. 8. By Glynis Kazanjian and

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