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State attorney general gives the go ahead.
Despite pressure to reconsider, Montgomery's two-term county exec has not reversed his decision to step down in 2014.
A wide-open field is beginning to form, including some familiar names.
One of Montgomery's dominant political figures set to return to the political stage after six years.
Former County Executive Doug Duncan met today with pollster and political advisers, according to CenterMaryland.org.
Bartlett said gerrymandering cost him the congressional election but the numbers tell a different story.
The successful push for table games in Maryland was a costly campaign.
Online petitions to secede surround the Free State.
Rockville independent school teaches hands-on civics lesson—complete with an Electoral College.
Mayland voters narrowly approved Question 7 last week, but not before a lot of money was spent.
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