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Montgomery County Executive Isiah "Ike" Leggett was recently the victim of mistaken identity, and it was an experience he'd like to forget.
Maryland Democrats might want to push Republican Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett out of office, but he could be the state's only hope against a foe that has terrorized Republicans and Democrats alike - the brown marmorated stink bug.
Top state Senate Democrats have piled up big campaign cash reserves for the fierce final sprint to November's legislative election which will determine whether Republicans take total control of policymaking in Virginia.
O'Malley joined Dems' TV blitz to blame S&P, tea party; Fallen SEAL has local ties; Virginia redistricting creates moving target; Tour shows Mount Vernon's role in Civil War; Prince George's rethinking casino gambling; Lobby groups in Virginia giving millions to 2011 candidates; Maryland GOP lawmaker Nancy Jacobs involved in toll-increase debates; Maryland Sen. Brinkley: State's credit rating won't be lowered.
Virginia House Minority Leader Ward L. Armstrong, whose Southside district was moved north to include parts of Prince William and Loudoun counties during redistricting this year, is among the most notable of the casualties of a process that has left some incumbents playing musical chairs in bids for re-election.
Gov. Robert F. McDonnell has used a powerful executive tool to further his goal of phasing out state funding for public broadcasting.