Maryland Governor

  • Peter Franchot Jan 10

    Maryland Comptroller Says He’s Running for Governor

    Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot said he’s running for governor in 2022. Franchot, a Democrat, confirmed his plan to run in a telephone interview Thursday. Franchot is in his fourth four-year term as the state’s tax collector. He was re-elected in 2018 with more than 1.6 million votes in the statewide race, or about 72% of the vote. He said he…

  • Maryland Jan 16, 2019

    Hogan Stresses Civility, Bipartisanship in Inaugural Speech

    Gov. Larry Hogan spent much of his second inaugural speech contrasting bipartisanship in his first term with the partisan rancor in the nearby nation’s capital, as he embraced a rare moment in Maryland politics by becoming only the second Republican governor to be sworn in to a second term Wednesday and a partial federal government shutdown dragged into its 26th...

  • VMS Jan 17, 2019

    Maryland Governor Inaugurated to Second Term

    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan was sworn in to a second term on Wednesday. Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush spoke. News4’s Chris Gordon reports.

  • Donald Trump Jun 17, 2018

    Dems for Maryland Governor Weigh In on Key Issues

    The leading Democratic candidates for the Maryland governor’s race faced off in a News4 forum. The participants were Rushern Baker, Ben Jealous, Richard Madaleno, Alec Ross, Jim Shea and Krish Vignarajah. This is part 2 of the forum. Go here to watch part 1. And go here to watch the candidates respond to more questions about top issues in the…

  • inc. Jun 14, 2018

    Maryland Governor Candidates Forum: Amazon HQ2, Sports Betting, Environment, Equal Pay

    Six candidates for the Democratic nomination for governor of Maryland discuss the bid for Amazon’s second headquarters, sexual misconduct, sports betting, the environment, whether they’ve filed their tax returns in Maryland and equal pay.

  • Maryland Sep 24, 2014

    Primary for Governor Lifted Ad Spending in Md.

    A Democratic primary race between two well-funded candidates propelled Maryland to the sixth-highest amount of spending on political television ads in state races in the 2014 election cycle through Sept. 8, according to a state-by-state survey by the Center for Public Integrity.

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