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Maryland Senate Votes to Move State’s Primary

The Maryland Senate has voted unanimously to move the state’s primary in presidential election years to the last Tuesday in April.


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Measure Would Move Maryland Primary

A Maryland measure would move the state’s primary in presidential election years to the last Tuesday in April.


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Paper Ballots Return to Maryland Elections

Maryland voters will be casting their ballots on paper for the next president of the United States.


Mayor Vincent Gray congratulates Muriel Bowser on her mayoral primary victory. (credit: WNEW senior correspondent Mark Segraves)

2 New D.C. Council Members to be Elected in April

Two new members of the D.C. Council will be elected in April.


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Special Election to Operate Under New Finance Laws

The coming special election to fill the D.C. Council seat of Mayor-elect Muriel Bowser will be the first to test restrictive new campaign finance laws passed by D.C. officials last year.


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D.C. Attorney General Resigns After Election

The District of Columbia’s last appointed attorney general is resigning to pave the way for its first elected attorney general to take over.


Maryland Governor Larry Hogan

Republican Hogan Pledges Bipartisan Administration

Republican Larry Hogan is pledging to put together a bipartisan administration after winning the Maryland governor’s race.


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Election Day Freebies and Discounts

Election Day Freebies and Discounts


Anthony Brown (left), Democratic nominee for Maryland governor, and Larry Hogan, the Republican nominee.

Maryland Midterm Elections Roundup

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.


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8.3 Percent of Those Eligible Voted Early in Md.

About 8.3 percent of eligible voters in Maryland have cast ballots during eight days of early voting.