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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Anthony G. Brown
Maryland's governor's race is coming down to a question of just how liberal the state's Democratic Party wants to go.
Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown, who led the rollout of the state's troubled Obamacare portal, enjoys a 2-to-1 lead over his closest opponent in the Democratic primary, although many voters may still change their minds before casting their ballots in June, according to a new poll.
Democratic Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown faced bipartisan displeasure at past and ongoing problems with Maryland's health care exchange on Tuesday.
Supporters of Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler's bid for governor filed a lawsuit Thursday seeking to block his rival's campaign from fundraising during the state's fast-approaching legislative session.
Politicians, often attempting to distinguish themselves from their opponents and galvanize their supporters, are increasingly getting tripped up over language or ideas at odds with the image they've created for the general public's consumption.
Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown is donating $17,000 in contributions his campaign received from a D.C. contractor now at the center of a fundraising scandal in Washington embroiling D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray.
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A prolific campaign donor under federal investigation for contributions in D.C. elections is also linked to a quarter-million dollars given to Maryland politicians, including Gov. Martin O'Malley, two likely Democratic candidates for governor in 2014 and two prominent county executives over the past 13 years.
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Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown asked the General Assembly on Tuesday to consider a gas-tax increase and during next year's regular session, and legislators acknowledged that support is likely increasing for a 15-cents-a-gallon hike.
The best way to use additional dollars that enter the D.C. piggy bank prompted hours of debate on Tuesday among council members, prompting one to term it a "bizarre bazaar."
The only thing anyone seems to know right now about Maryland's 2014 governor's race is that it could be the most wide open in recent memory.
ANNAPOLIS (AP) — Comptroller Peter Franchot has returned $54,000 in campaign contributions from a Hollywood movie mogul who violated Maryland campaign-finance law shortly before the November 2006 elections, a campaign official said yesterday.
ANNAPOLIS (AP) — Maryland's blueprint for turning thousands of military jobs into a powerful economic engine — instead of a development nightmare — includes an emphasis on improving science-and-technology education and billions of dollars in investments in infrastructure.
(AP) — The struggling Prince George's County Hospital System is facing a much tougher year to get financial help from the state, Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown said yesterday, but he pledged to continue "our commitment to the survival of the hospital."
"It's disappointing, but not surprising, to see Doug Gansler parroting right-wing Republican attacks on Obamacare," Brown campaign manager Justin Schall said. "Lt. Gov. Brown remains focused on addressing the challenges of its implementation so that we can extend health care coverage to as many Marylanders as possible."
"I think what we're doing is we're focusing on the fix and making progress," Mr. Brown told reporters after speaking to House and Senate committees.