Q&A with Roll Call columnist David Hawkings about the freshman Republican's district and what Democrats are doing to line up potential candidates for it in 2016.
Maryland already allows felons to vote once their entire sentence — prison time, parole and probation — is complete. The new legislation would give them voting rights once their prison time is done.
Some wonder whether a divisive primary could leave their party open to another Republican upset for a statewide seat.
Democratic Rep. Donna Edwards is expected to join the contest for Barbara Mikulski's Senate seat, and Republican Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger says he's having conversations with aides about the race.
A lot of dollars from big donors went toward Democrat Anthony Brown's loss in the gubernatorial election.
WAMU 88.5's Patrick Madden and Matt McCleskey discussed the upcoming D.C. elections during Morning Edition.
In advance of tonight's debate, WAMU 88.5 asked voters for the big questions they want answered by D.C.'s mayoral candidates.
Don't hand Hillary the Democratic nod just yet — former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb says he is "seriously looking at the possibility" of a presidential bid in 2016.
Maryland's Democratic gubernatorial primary helped push it toward the top of the rankings in a study on political television ad spending on state-level races.
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