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  • Questions raised about Maryland state prosecutor's charges

    Questions raised about Maryland state prosecutor's charges
    When the Maryland state prosecutor's office files charges against a public or political party official, it typically issues a news release. On March 16, for example, State Prosecutor Emmet C. Davitt — appointed by Democratic former Gov. Martin O'Malley — issued a news release almost immediately after charging the former treasurer of the Cecil County Republican Central Committee with theft and perjury.
  • Ivey announces campaign team

    WASHINGTON -- Glenn F. Ivey, the former Prince George's County state's attorney who is running for Congress, has hired a national campaign operative with an extensive background in Maryland politics, his campaign said Tuesday. Jesse Hassinger, a...

    Gansler representing former Eastern Shore official accused of theft

    Gansler representing former Eastern Shore official accused of theft
    Former Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler has landed one of his first clients since leaving office in January: former Chestertown City Councilwoman Mabel Mumford-Pautz. Mumford-Pautz, 82, has been accused by the Maryland state prosecutor of...

    Geography will play a role in Md. Senate race

    Geography will play a role in Md. Senate race
    The first U.S. senator elected directly by voters was a Silver Spring attorney named Blair Lee, who won a special election in 1913, months after the 17th Amendment changed the way candidates were selected for the Senate. Lee, it turns out, was also the...

    What Doug Gansler got right

    What Doug Gansler got right
    Doug Gansler should be Maryland's governor today. There, I said it. It needed to be said! That is what many of us were thinking back in November, and we continue to think it today. Unfortunately, the radical progressive bug is contagious, and former...