There have been unusual twists in the process leading up to Thursday’s early voting, which continues through June 21.
Valerie Ervin made her endorsement Wednesday morning in Langley Park, Maryland, with the Prince George’s County executive standing with her.
WASHINGTON — Valerie Ervin will be dropping out of the Democratic race for governor and will throw her support behind Rushern L. Baker III. Ervin and Baker are planning to make a joint announcement Wednesday…
A judge has ruled against a candidate in Maryland’s governor’s race who wants the ballot changed to reflect she is now running for governor, not lieutenant governor.
Maryland Democrat Valerie Ervin’s lawyer asked a judge to order the State Board of Elections to reprint the Democratic ballot to show Ervin as a gubernatorial candidate.
Valerie Ervin recently stepped forward to run in the place of her running mate, Kevin Kamenetz, who died earlier this month.
The Maryland Democrat who decided to run for governor after her running mate died suddenly has filed suit to get the State Board of Elections to change the ballot.
The state board of elections announced that it would not reprint ballots for the June 26 primary to reflect Valerie Ervin as a Democratic candidate for governor.
Maryland election officials will post notices about the death of a Democratic candidate for governor and his replacement during the state’s primary.
Maryland’s top elections official said in a court affidavit Friday that officials are still figuring out how to count votes for Ervin in the June 26 primary
Maryland’s elections officials said there’s not enough time or money to reprint the ballots for the state’s June 26 Democratic primary. Notifications of the change, however, will be posted.
Valerie Ervin announced Thursday she is running for Maryland governor after the death last week of her running mate, former Baltimore County executive Kevin Kamenetz.
The line to testify at a D.C. Council hearing about short-term rental sites like Airbnb was out the door on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON — Former Montgomery County Council member Valerie Ervin is the latest candidate to run for the Maryland congressional seat of Rep. Chris Van Hollen, who now running for U.S. Senate. Ervin, a Democrat who…
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