Friends of Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown will hold a fundraiser this month in his honor, giving perhaps the strongest indication yet that he plans to run for governor in 2014.
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Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II said in a letter to staff Thursday that he will run for governor in 2013. Lt. Gov Bill Bolling, who is planning a bid of his own, responded.
HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) – A state delegate says a top aide to Republican U.S. Rep. Roscoe Bartlett has told him he's considering running for the 6th District House seat if Bartlett drops out.
Giordano talks on morning TV; Source: Cuccinelli set to announce gubernatorial run; Hinkley seeks more at-home time; First family lights National Christmas Tree; Questionable spending of D.C. Council's needy fund; D.C. fire chief seeks to change shifts; McDonnell elected as 2012 RGA chairman; Prosecution rests in Maryland 'robocall' election case.
It wasn't exactly a nail-biter, but Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell was officially elected to continue serving as Chairman of the Republican Governors Association Wednesday at the group's conference in Orlando.
What do Sens. Jim Webb and Mark Warner, Senate candidate Tim Kaine — all Democrats — have in common with House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, Senate candidate George Allen, and Gov. Bob McDonnell — have in common besides being commonwealth lawmakers?
Gray challenged by Safeway, Wal-Mart deals; D.C. considering plates with Redskins, other sports logos; McDonnell want to cut two state agencies; Maryland outspends neighbors; Hinckley wants more at-home time; Iraq veteran in Fairfax court over sons' treehouse; Catholic U. allowed to keep same-sex dorms; Barry files for re-election; O'Malley defends India trip
Democrats have ties to Virginia redistricting suit, despite denial; Community input unlikely to change D.C. online gambling plans; White House shooting suspect deemed mentally competent; Conservative lawmakers win skirmish in so-called 'War or Rural Maryland'; Montgomery County police have possible DNA link in mall carjackings; Opening arguments begin in trial of Ehrlich political aide; D.C. to permanently end arrests for expired tags; Lincoln filming busy on Richmond streets; Richmond Tea Party says audit is retaliation.
Thirty-seven companies and individuals owe Maryland more than $100,000 in unpaid taxes, according to a list released this month by state Comptroller Peter V.R. Franchot.
Battle over Ten Commandments in Virginia reaches federal court; Giordano to be released from Aruba prison; Caps fire Boudreau; O'Malley, McDonnell take business battle offshore; Elderly shoppers attacked in Montgomery County; Harris has Democrat challenger in 1st District; Arlington County considers eminent domain at Courthouse Plaza.
Some retail stores opened their doors on Thanksgiving to beat their Black Friday competitors. What's up with that?
Video shows Johnson taking bribe; McDonnell considers cuts, even layoffs, in budget; Wal-Mart agrees to set aside jobs for D.C. residents; Sexual assault reported at Occupy D.C.; Md. lawmaker seeks tougher penalties for mass thefts; Alleged East Coast rapist likely on trial first in Prince William; Sun: Internal poll gives Rep. Edwards early lead over Ivey, challengers.
The smoke had barely cleared from the 2011 elections before the conservative group Crossroads GPS launched an ad campaign targeting former Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine. Now, the Democratic Party of Virginia is hitting back.
D.C. Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton added to the District's groundswell of opposition to Secure Communities — a federal program intended to deport violent offenders who are in the country illegally — by signing a letter that calls on President Obama to immediately terminate the program.
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray announces the appointment of Sheila Bunn as his deputy chief of staff and Pedro Ribeiro to be his head of communications, replacing Linda Wharton-Boyd, who was moved to the District's Department of Health, during a press conference at city hall on Nov. 21.