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Rascovar column: In primary, women prevail and aid turnout, which ranged from bad to worse

Women indeed are becoming a pivotal force in local and state elections in Maryland. They are more likely to go to the polls than men. Given the right candidate, it can make a difference

Rascovar column: In primary, women prevail and aid turnout, which ranged from bad to worse

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Women indeed are becoming a pivotal force in local and state elections in Maryland. They are more likely to go to the polls than men. Given the right candidate, it can make a difference

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Updating Assembly candidates: General Election roundup of races

By the Staff of MarylandReporter.com  Our post primary roundup of candidates for General Assembly shows only the winners of June 24 primary. It includes every candidate that will appear in

Democratic establishment largely prevails from top to bottom, as few State House incumbents lose

By the staff of MarylandReporter.comIt was a good night for Democratic incumbents in the legislature and the Democratic establishment throughout the state as favored candidates from top to bottom

Senate Republican leader Brinkley challenged from the right

Photo above: Sen. David Brinkley greets voters. By Jeremy Bauer-Wolf jeremy@marylandreporter.com In a legislature where the GOP is already drowned out by the majority Democrats, Senate  Republicans are in danger of losing

Sen. Currie faces strong challenge from veteran delegate

Photo above: Del. Melony Griffith campaigns with son Lloyd. By Margaret Sessa-Hawkins Margaret@MarylandReporter.com After being censured by the General Assembly for an ethics violation, Sen. Ulysses Currie could be  particularly vulnerable to

In PG District 26, Sen. Muse has two strong challengers

By Margaret Sessa-Hawkins Margaret@MarylandReporter.com It is four o’clock in the afternoon, 94 degrees and oppressively muggy in Fort Washington. Lesli Thomas, Kayla Culler and Larry Jones are still going door-to-door in

In District 18, Madaleno vs. Beyer: The gay liberal incumbent senator has an even more progressive transgender challenger

Photo above: On the Political Pulse cable TV show, host Charles Duffy, left, moderates a debate between Dana Beyer, center, and Sen. Richard Madaleno. By Jeremy Bauer-Wolf jeremy@marylandreporter.com An unusual political matchup

In AG’s race, key message is ‘Jon is not Ben’

Photo above: From left, Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger, U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin endorsed Del. Jon Cardin on Monday.By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Michael Morrell, former communications guru for Gov. Parris Glendening and Sen.

In AG’s race, key message is ‘Jon is not Ben’

Photo above: From left, Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger, U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin endorsed Del. Jon Cardin on Monday. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Michael Morrell, former communications guru for Gov. Parris Glendening and Sen.

Campaign for Harford County Senate seat turns nasty

By Jeremy Bauer-Wolf jeremy@marylandreporter.com A face-off between two Democrats for the District 34 Senate seat has turned sour, with both candidates devising websites dedicated to smearing each other. Art Helton, a former

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