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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Maryland Democratic Party
It's not the most high-profile of the ballot questions Maryland residents will vote on next week, but the fight over the Dream Act is drawing partisan bickering between Democrats and Republicans and allegations of fundraising impropriety.
The Maryland Democratic Party is accusing a conservative group of violating campaign-finance laws by failing to report its financial activities as it fights three state ballot questions.
Maryland Democratic congressional candidate Wendy Rosen has withdrawn her candidacy after the state's Democratic Party says she voted in Maryland and Florida in the 2006 general election.
Maryland's highest court rejected an appeal Friday by state Democrats who were hoping to block a referendum on the state’s new congressional map.
A Maryland court on Friday upheld a petition forcing a referendum this fall on the state's congressional map.
The Maryland Democratic Party filed a lawsuit against the Maryland State Board of Elections claiming thousands of electronically filed signatures in the petition drive against the state's congressional redistricting map were improperly validated, so the question on redistricting should not appear on November's ballot.
It's on, apparently, between the Maryland Democratic Party and Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell.