So far more than double the number of people have voted early in Maryland compared to the midterms four years ago.
As Marylanders prepare to head to the polls, WTOP headed to Frederick County, Maryland, to find out what’s at stake for residents and local party leaders with under a month left until the 2018 elections.
Comedian Dave Chappelle is throwing his name behind longtime friend and Democratic candidate for Maryland governor, Ben Jealous.
In the series, “Voter Voices,” WTOP asked registered voters across Maryland what issues concerned them, and who would be getting their vote in the upcoming election for governor. From the crowds checking out the parade of horses at the Frederick County Fairgrounds to the shoppers looking for the freshest fish at Lexington Market in Baltimore City, Maryland residents were asked about what matters to them as they get set to vote in the general election on Nov. 6. First stop: Montgomery County.
A new poll shows a majority of voters trust Larry Hogan, Maryland’s Republican incumbent governor, more than Democratic challenger Ben Jealous on issues that voters say matter the most.
Candidates for governor in Maryland have agreed to just one debate on Sept. 24. But an expert says that a single debate is unusual for Maryland gubernatorial candidates, and it won’t help voters.
A Hogan campaign official suggests that the Jealous endorsements from State House leaders have come too late. Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett still has yet to pledge his support for the fellow Democrat.
Incumbent Maryland Governor Larry Hogan would win re-election if the vote were held today, according to a recent poll. That’s due, in part, to Hogan’s strong support from registered Democrats and women in the state.
Sen. Bernie Sanders may not be endorsing his own son’s congressional bid, but he rallied on a hot Monday night in Maryland to fire up voters for Ben Jealous’ campaign for governor. See photos.
Valerie Ervin made her endorsement Wednesday morning in Langley Park, Maryland, with the Prince George’s County executive standing with her.
Maryland Democrat Valerie Ervin will not take her bid to change the ballot in a jam-packed gubernatorial race to the Court of Appeals.
More than half the Democratic voters polled on the party’s primary race among the challengers for Maryland governor say if the election were held today they’d vote for the Republican incumbent, Larry Hogan.
Gov. Larry Hogan and Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford have raised more than $1.2 million in a little over a month, according to a memo from the head of the incumbent’s finance committee.
After Maryland gubernatorial candidate Kevin Kamenetz’s sudden death Thursday, his running mate Valerie Ervin has only until May 17 to decide whether to join the field of Democratic hopefuls.
Despite Gov. Larry Hogan’s approval rating and the “likely Republican”-leaning race, according to pundits, early polling suggests that Hogan may not win a second term.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.