ANNAPOLIS — With just one day left in the 2019 legislative session, it is all but guaranteed that a bill defining new boundaries for the 6th and 8th congressional districts will not pass.
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WASHINGTON — It’s time to “terminate” gerrymandering, former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) said on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday.
CONCORD, N.H. — Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan will speak in New Hampshire next month as he weighs a primary challenge to President Donald Trump.
The public is invited to weigh-in on new proposed boundaries for the 6th and 8th congressional districts Tuesday.
ANNAPOLIS — A map submitted by a national redistricting enthusiast was selected Friday as the way to redraw Maryland’s 6th and 8th congressional districts ahead of the 2020 election.
ANNAPOLIS — An emergency commission assigned to redraw Maryland’s congressional map ahead of the 2020 election has given preliminary approval to return all of Frederick County to the 6th District.
ANNAPOLIS — A Frederick County resident was appointed by Gov. Larry Hogan (R) on Friday to oversee the state's preparation for the 2020 U.S. Census.
ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan made history in November as only the second Republican in Maryland to win re-election to the governorship, and on Wednesday, his Inauguration Day, he asked the state and federal governments to again set aside partisan politics in favor of getting work done.
ANNAPOLIS — The shape of Frederick County’s congressional landscape may change in a matter of weeks as an emergency commission begins to redraw District 6 and the U.S. Supreme Court accepts another hearing.
Voter turnout in Frederick County this year — even before all the absentee and provisional ballots are counted — made history.
A two-term Republican governor in Maryland is a rarity, but Larry Hogan’s win in 2018 was less of a “red” victory and more a sign of his work to be “purple.”
A proposed charter amendment proposing more collective bargaining rights and binding arbitration for county career firefighters passed Tuesday, with a landslide 72.3 percent of the vote as of 11 p.m. with 80 of 86 precincts reporting.
Frederick County experienced somewhat of a light blue wave Tuesday with the potential flipping of one of the county’s six House of Delegates seats from Republican to Democrat for a three-to-three match in the House.
Voters across Frederick County mentioned the economy, women’s rights, immigration, public safety and other issues as major priorities influencing their votes this year.