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If Hillary does not run, Martin O’Malley will be the next Democratic nominee

Despite some wishful thinking (“she’s sick/she doesn’t want to run”) from my fellow conservatives, every credible source indicates that Hillary Clinton will run for the presidency and, in all likelihood, win the Democratic nomination. It’s also, at this point, more […]

If Hillary does not run, Martin O’Malley will be the next Democratic nominee

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Despite some wishful thinking (“she’s sick/she doesn’t want to run”) from my fellow conservatives, every credible source indicates that Hillary Clinton will run for the presidency and, in all likelihood, win the Democratic nomination. It’s also, at this point, more […]

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President Martin O’Malley? It will never happen

Maryland Governor Martin OMalley speaking at the Chesapeake Executive Council Meeting in 2010. (Wikimedia) “He’s Handsome, He’s Progressive, He’s a Rocker”,   New Republic columnist  Alec MacGillis wrote of Maryland Governor

GOP poll shows tight race for governor: Brown 45, Hogan 42

Above: Larry Hogan, right, greets Anthony Brown at Charlestown forum from Hogan Facebook page. The Maryland Republican Party released a poll Friday on the race for governor showing Democrat Anthony

Md. awards $16 billion, 10-year contract for health insurance

Above: Board of Public Works, from left, State Treasurer Nancy Kopp, Gov. Martin O'Malley and Comptroller Peter Franchot (file photo). By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Top state officials on Wednesday approved spending $16

Rascovar column: Election politics trumped budget realities

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com The $77 million in budget cuts approved last week by the Maryland Board of Public Works mark the first recognition there’s a price to be paid

DeJuliis accused of tearing down Brochin signs in Senate race

Baltimore County police talk to state Labor Commissioner Ron Juliis as he leans against a pick-up truck with signs for Connie DeJuliis. A Brochin for Senate sign lies on

Minority contractor loses bid to build center honoring minority hero

By Jeremy Bauer-Wolf jeremy@marylandreporter.com Illustration of Harriet Tubman center. A Dorchester County tourist attraction dedicated to preserving the legacy of Harriet Tubman on the Eastern Shore has drawn ire from a minority

Union protesters arrested at State House

Unite Here protesters stage sit-down on State House steps. By Jeremy Bauer-Wolf Jeremy@MarylandReporter.com Unite Here Protesters in front of governor’s residence. CORRECTED 3/14, 11:29 a.m. Fourteen Fifteen people had themselves intentionally arrested on

Rascovar column: Maryland’s Obamacare fiasco continues

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com From Maryland Health Connection Facebook page: Signing up people for health insurance on Saturday at the Baltimore Convention Center. How high will it go? How much more

Treasurer, comptroller urge senators to restore $100M cut in pension funding

The Board of Trustees for the Maryland State Retirement and Pension System. The board voted to oppose the cut in pension funding. (Photo by MarylandReporter.com) By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Md. Treasurer Nancy

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