Four candidates are vying for two seats on the Emmitsburg Board of Commissioners.
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Frederick Mayor Michael O’Connor is poised to run for a second term in November’s general election after securing the Democratic nomination in the party’s primary.
With more than half the votes counted, Frederick Mayor Michael O’Connor remained in the lead of the city’s mayoral Democratic primary, while former mayor Jennifer Dougherty moved into second place in the balloting, according to numbers updated Thursday evening.
For the first day of early voting in Frederick’s city primary elections Wednesday, candidates’ signs lined the entrance to the site along New Design Road, while cardboard placards urged residents to “Vote Here.”
With early voting kicking off for the city of Frederick’s primary elections Wednesday, the candidates for mayor answered questions and took an occasional jab at one another in a virtual forum Tuesday night.
Ensuring connectivity to Frederick's Golden Mile, helping the city's population experiencing homelessness and balancing the needs of downtown residents and visitors are just a few of the issues that the next Board of Aldermen will have to deal with.
Roger Wilson and Katie Nash have topped the fundraising numbers in the first round of campaign finance reports in the Frederick city race for mayor and alderman.
Thurmont has released a schedule for its upcoming elections for town mayor and the commissioner seats currently held by Wayne A. Hooper and Martin A. Burns.
Members of the public will be able to observe a demonstration next week of the voting system to be used in Frederick's Sept. 14 city primary elections.
City of Frederick voters will have several options for casting their ballots in this year’s primary and general elections, with mail-in, drop box and in-person voting available.
David August knows he has a steep hill to climb.
U.S. Rep. David Trone has been a strong supporter of President Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan and the boost it would provide for broadband access around the country.
Election directors everywhere have a joke, Stuart Harvey said.
As Frederick’s September primary elections approach, the city’s aldermen took several steps to prepare for the primaries and the November general election in a series of votes Thursday night.
As the U.S. Senate nears a possible vote on whether to establish a special commission to investigate the storming of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, one local congressman is advocating for many of his constituents who served as Capitol Police officers that day.
Four of Frederick’s five aldermen will seek to keep their seats in the city’s upcoming election, with Derek Shackelford’s announcement Friday that he intends to run for reelection.
After careful consideration with friends and family, Michael Blue is running for a second term representing District 5 on the Frederick County Council, he said Tuesday.
Frederick Alderwoman Donna Kuzemchak is calling on colleague Roger Wilson to resign after the release of a report looking into claims of inappropriate behavior by Wilson. The inquiry’s findings have already led to Wilson being removed as liaison to a city youth council.
Five candidates have entered the race for New Market Town Council, and five seats are open.
By two votes, Mount Airy Mayor Patrick Rockinberg secured another term.
Planning an election with a heavy focus on mail-in voting, Frederick will have at least five secure boxes for people to drop off their ballots, and possibly six, for its September primaries and November general election.
Kelly Schulz, a former state delegate in Frederick County and the state’s secretary of commerce, announced Wednesday she is running for governor.
A commission to examine the Frederick County Council’s districts has taken another step forward, with the council approving a resolution naming the group’s members Tuesday night.