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The late Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. (D) was one of the most consequential figures in Maryland political history. Love him or hate him, his record-breaking tenure as a presiding officer in the General Assembly — a stunning 33 years — means he was central player in every significant political fight and policy debate over the past seve…
 
The world is a much different place than it was last week, when we first started preparing for this episode. On Wednesday, a violent mob breached the U.S. Capitol in a deadly attempt to stop the certification of Joe Biden’s election as America’s 46th president. The attack occurred one day after two Democrats won runoff elections in Georgia, giving …
 
Marylander Tom Perez has been the head of the Democratic National Committee since 2017 and his term will soon expire. After the party united to elect Joe Biden this fall, we talk to Perez about the party’s future, its successes during his term – and the ground Democrats lost in the U.S. House and other down-ballot races in 2020.In an interview with…
 
For many politicians, fundraising isn’t their favorite part of the job, but its necessary. And during the COVID-19 pandemic, the issue has become more fraught than ever.Instead of crab feasts and soirees, many lawmakers this year turned to virtual events with pay-as-you-can price tags. Maryland Matters reporter Danielle Gaines caught up this week w…
 
Brandon Scott is a “son of Baltimore.” Born and raised in Park Heights, Scott says he was drawn to run for public office in the city when he was a child and watched the world descend on his neighborhood for a horse race once a year, when every other day he and his friends and family struggled for basic needs, like heat or AC in their schools. “It c…
 
Welcome to Maryland Chatters, the new podcast from the nonprofit, nonpartisan journalists at Maryland Matters. Our first episode comes just before Election Day 2020 ― an election like no other. Voters are casting their ballots ― by mail and by dropbox ― like never before. Marylanders are turning out at early voting centers like never before. And, f…
 
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