Larry Hogan, who resisted early efforts by Democrats to tie him to the politics of President Donald Trump, said the election was a repudiation of the kind of tone coming from the White House.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan won a decisive re-election Tuesday, beating back a progressive challenger and becoming the first Republican governor to win a second term in the state in more than 60 years.
This map offers a statewide snapshot of Maryland voters’ views, compiled from hours of interviews with registered voters across the state. Maryland voters head to the polls on Nov. 6.
Maryland’s popular Republican governor is earning enough support from Democrats and black voters in the state’s largest jurisdictions to narrow the pathway to an upset sought by Democratic challenger Ben Jealous.
Prince George’s County and Calvert County voters are looking for a future where their children have access to good schools and jobs that pay well. But they may look to different candidates in the governor’s race to shape that future.
Hogan has raised about $2.4 million in the latest fundraising period, and his opponent Ben Jealous has raised about $1.8 million.
When Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) announced a major plan to widen three Maryland roadways last year, even transportation insiders were caught off-guard.
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.
Jealous, a Democrat, was asked about several calls he made to lobbyist Gerry Evans, as Jealous rolled out an ethics reform plan Wednesday.
While Republican Gov. Larry Hogan and his Democratic challenger Ben Jealous crisscross Maryland and trade barbs ahead of the upcoming election, the residents of Baltimore City go about their lives with a steady drumbeat of grim news reports in the background. As part of the series, “Voter Voices,” WTOP talked to voters at Baltimore’s famed Lexington Market about what they want to hear the candidates discuss on the campaign trail.
Jealous arrived at the Maryland Municipal League forum in a school bus Friday with supporters. With the state’s largest teachers union behind him, Jealous went on to criticize the state of dilapidated schools in Baltimore, where a cold snap earlier this year exposed buildings with failing heat.
Maryland’s governor released a re-election campaign video poking fun at his challenger’s verbal blunders, but Democrat Ben Jealous said Republican incumbent Larry Hogan is bullying him over his speech impediment.
In the second chapter of WTOP’s Voter Voices series, Howard County voters speak about their concerns, priorities and what’s on their mind as the governor’s race fast approaches.
Comedian Dave Chappelle is throwing his name behind longtime friend and Democratic candidate for Maryland governor, Ben Jealous.
Maryland’s Democratic candidate for governor is urging Republican Gov. Larry Hogan to oppose Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, but Hogan says he’s working hard as governor and has no role in the confirmation process.
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.