Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown has cast his ballot in Maryland’s election
Republican Larry Hogan defeated Democratic Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown in a significant upset in a state where registered Democrats outnumber Republicans 2-1. The campaign was characterized by negative television ads and aggressive debates.
With less than 24 hours before polls open, Republican Larry Hogan is confident in his chances of becoming Maryland’s next governor.
First lady Michelle Obama rallied voters in Maryland to support Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown for governor.
President Barack Obama urged Maryland residents on Sunday to fight for Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown for governor at the polls.
President will attend rally for Maryland gubernatorial candidate Anthony Brown and he is scheduled to be in Chicago to attend an event for Gov. Pat Quinn.
Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown’s campaign for governor is set to get a boost with a planned visit from President Barack Obama.
A Maryland measure enacted last year tightening the state’s gun-control laws has been a recurring issue in the governor’s race.
Maryland’s three candidates for governor outlined some of their plans on how they would work to help the disabled in remarks to a forum at the National Federation of the Blind on Thursday.
Gubernatorial candidates Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and Larry Hogan dueled vigorously over how to improve Maryland’s economy during their first televised debate Tuesday.