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O'Malley Steps Forward In Iowa As Potential 2016 Clinton Competitor

DES MOINES, Iowa — Martin O’Malley’s latest foray into Iowa begins, appropriately, in a place called Clinton.

The Maryland governor is filling the void in Iowa, New Hampshire and beyond during the early stages of the 2016 presidential race, campaigning for fellow Democrats and making personal appeals while former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton remains the prohibitive — if yet undeclared — favorite. 902 more words

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Hogan: Eliminate Income Tax on Military Pensions

OCEAN CITY, Md. — Republican Larry Hogan says he would push to eliminate Maryland’s income tax on military pensions, if he is elected governor.

Hogan spoke Wednesday to the Maryland American Legion’s annual convention in Ocean City. 140 more words

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Brown Wins Md. Democratic Primary For Governor; Hogan Gets GOP Nod

UPDATED: June 25, 2014 5:15 a.m.

BALTIMORE (WNEW/AP) — Democratic Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown will face Republican Larry Hogan in Maryland governor’s race in November, and state Sen. 927 more words

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Maryland Voters Head to Polls in 1st June Primary

UPDATED: June 24, 2014 8:52 p.m.

BALTIMORE (WNEW/AP) — Maryland residents on Tuesday voted in an unusually early primary for candidates in the Democratic and Republican races for governor. 632 more words

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Read the tea leaves: Anthony Brown will be Maryland's next Governor

Read the tea leaves: Anthony Brown will be Maryland’s next Governor

 

Anthony Brown is the candidate to beat in both the Democrat primary and the general election. 416 more words

Countdown to Maryland Primary: Larry Hogan

Editor’s Note: This is the fourth in a series of profiles on the candidates running for Maryland governor in 2014. Click here to read all the profiles. 230 more words

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"Is it just us, or is this election a dud?"

My brother Kevin and I wrote a guest column for the Baltimore Sun on June 6th that discussed our general disgust for Maryland’s gubernatorial election thus far. 65 more words

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