With the economy, taxes, and health care taking up a lot of the election rhetoric, local candidates in Frederick got the opportunity to show where they stand on poverty - an issue that doesn't affect everyone, but impacts the county as a whole.
The general election is approaching, and candidates are making their rounds to meet voters during the final stretch.
Republican candidate for Maryland governor, Larry Hogan, was in Frederick on Sunday. He urged voters not to wait to head to the election booths, and to take advantage of early voting through October 30th.
With just a little more than a week to go before November’s general election, local candidates are making their final appeals to voters. The race to be Frederick County’s sheriff is a contentious one, and it's growing bitter.
With Election Day less than two weeks away, Washington County is helping residents figure out their polling locations with an online interactive map.
Our own Taniya Wright sat down with John Delaney, the U.S. Representative for Maryland's 6th Congressional District, about his bid for re-election in this noon newsmaker interview.
Our own Taniya Wright sat down with Dan Bongino, the Republican candidate for Maryland's 6th Congressional District, in this 5 p.m. newsmaker interview.
Democratic candidate Paul F. Miller is running for county commissioner this November, and he wants the public to know just how much he cares.
Both Hogan and Brown will move on to November for a chance to be Maryland's next Governor.
"We normally do see it pick up more towards the evening as people are getting off of work, and then again right before the polls close."
We caught up with two candidates on the democrats ballot for Governor in Maryland's primary election on Wednesday
"We're on a 14 day, 24 county whistle stop tour with a hundred different stops, and this is one of our important stops. We love Frederick."
“This is the first time were having Gubernatorial Primary in June, so we don't know what exactly to expect in turn out, so we hope it's good,” said Stuart Harvey, director of the Frederick County Board of Elections.
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - On Wednesday evening, three Democratic candidates for governor debated their plans for Maryland's future.