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Maryland Senate Majority Leader Robert J. Garagiola will formally kick off his campaign for Congress on Tuesday, embarking on a four-stop tour across the newly redrawn 6th Congressional District.
The new congressional map approved last week by the Democrat-controlled General Assembly could make Rep. Andy Harris unbeatable in his 1st District for years to come.
State Sen. Robert J. Garagiola, Montgomery Democrat, has taken an official first step toward unseating GOP Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett in the state's newly configured 6th District, and on Thursday criticized the 85-year-old incumbent for not being more responsive to constituents.
Gray campaign investigation intensifies; Md. assembly giving final stamp to redistricting map; Garagiola reportedly files for Bartlett seat; Gray signs 'sanctuary city' legislation; Fatal shooting on Metrobus; Police offer motive in fatal stabbing of Gaithersburg girl; Contributions down in 2011 Virginia races; Ehrlich chairs Romney campaign in Maryland.
The Maryland House of Delegates on Wednesday approved a new congressional map expected to give Democrats a better shot at winning one of state Republicans' two congressional seats, clearing a final hurdle for Democratic Gov. Martin O'Malley's stamp of approval.
The Maryland House of Delegates will begin debate Wednesday on Gov. Martin O'Malley's proposed congressional-redistricting plan, after the Senate easily approved the plan Tuesday.
The General Assembly gave preliminary approval Monday night to Gov. Martin O'Malley's proposed congressional map, despite criticism by Republicans, some minorities and a Capitol Hill Democrat.
Md. lawmakers return to Annapolis focused on redistricting; Bartlett raises mere $1K in third quarter; Gray makes most of MLK weekend for states' rights; October was big money month for Va. Senate races; Poll: Va. voters apathetic about state races; McDonnell holds energy conference; Quick arrest in arson that displaced 23 in Prince William apartments.
The Maryland General Assembly will reconvene Monday to approve a new congressional map during its special session, but lawmakers are unlikely to take on other legislation despite earlier hints that economic reforms and tax increases would be considered.