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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 featuring Gov. Larry Hogan as the main attraction. Hogan […]

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

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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 featuring Gov. Larry Hogan as the main attraction. Hogan […]

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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

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

The ugly truth about the preservation of democracy

Philosophical Beginnings Democracy is a Greek word that means "rule of the people." The Greeks and Romans believed that citizens should elect their officials and be involved in their governance.

The Joe Tydings we all thought we knew — but didn’t very well

By Blaine Taylor For MarylandReporter.com If you read but one political autobiography in the next 10 years, make it this one, for sure! And don’t rush your reading, but instead take your

Incumbent delegates called vulnerable with three open seats in MoCo legislative District 18

Gov. Larry Hogan speaks to the House of Delegates on opening day Wednesday. Governor's Office photo. By Glynis Kazanjian For Maryland Reporter Women are beginning to emerge as top-tier candidates in Montgomery’s

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

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

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