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Is Maryland a mirror of Georgia and Wisconsin

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Taken together, developments in Georgia (a special election) and Wisconsin (redistricting lawsuit) have been read by some Maryland Republicans as positive indicators that things finally are moving in their direction in a state overwhelmingly controlled […]

Is Maryland a mirror of Georgia and Wisconsin

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By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Taken together, developments in Georgia (a special election) and Wisconsin (redistricting lawsuit) have been read by some Maryland Republicans as positive indicators that things finally are moving in their direction in a state overwhelmingly controlled […]

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Hassan Giordano jumps in race for Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in Baltimore City

Hassan Giordano with Lt. Gov. Hon. Boyd Rutherford (r) and supporter in the middle. Hassan Giordano announced his candidacy Monday for the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court

Oscars: Sit down and shut up!

When I was in eighth grade, my soccer coaches selected me as the team's Most Valuable Player. The award, and a few other team awards, were handed out at

Prince George’s politics as usual at the hospital

By Michael Collins For MarylandReporter.com A couple of amazing things happened last week. First, several members of the House of Delegates from Prince George’s County sent letters to their constituents imploring them

Hogan plans to overhaul billions in Maryland contracts

MarylandReporter.com The Hogan administration has unveiled a major overhaul of how billions in state contracts are bid and awarded, along with a revamping of hundreds of regulations designed to making

Democrat incumbents face challengers in Columbia forum

Vaughn, Cummings, and Hoenig in Columbia. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The three incumbent Democratic congressmen who represent Howard County showed up at a forum Saturday to face their opponents. Missing was one

Clintons and Nero share similar stories

At first, the Roman Emperor Nero was very much like Bill Clinton: They were both mass entertainers: They both loved to perform in front of audiences. They were both charismatic

Larry Hogan’s phony fictional road story

Gov. Larry Hogan at his most recent announcement of a highway project with Sen. Anthony Must at the podium as Transportation Secretary Pete Rahn, left, looks on. Photo by

$19M spent to lobby legislature; Evans stays on top for session; Perry and firm led 12-month figure

Hayley Evans, Gov. Larry Hogan and Gerry Evans. From Evans Facebook page. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Gerry Evans was again the top grossing lobbyist during this year's General Assembly session, billing close

American Politics New Map: A subway series contest for the Presidency

Something very fundamental and strange has happened to the geography of American politics. It is so enormous, so obvious and so counter to the accepted wisdom of the past half

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