Bernie Sanders relishes being in the arena, and that’s where the Democratic Socialist presidential candidate will be in Baltimore on Saturday.
Donald Trump is set to hold a rally in Maryland tonight, which is apparently okay with a lot of Free Staters. However, one group took particular issue with the location of the gathering.
You’ve probably heard by now that the first publicly-released poll for next year’s mayor’s race says Sheila Dixon is the early front-runner in the race. But several other data points in the Baltimore Sun/University of Baltimore poll of nearly 400 voters tell a story about how far the race has to go before April 26. Here are three:
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“Immigration,” “gun control,” “education,” “taxes,” “economy,” “same-sex marriage,” “health care,” “climate change,” “foreign policy,” and “environment”—according to a three-month study done by Google Trends, these are the ten most searched-for buzzwords of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election. With so many different issues and candidates to keep track of—as of now, nearly twenty men and women have officially entered the race—and a Republican and Democratic debate already behind us, the election season is beginning to heat up.
Hillary Clinton’s trove of “personal” e-mails from her time as Secretary of State aren’t just fodder for ravaging Republicans. Her Democratic rivals are digging into the files, as well. Martin O’Malley’s campaign apparently thought going through the e-mails was worth it, as they found some HRC praise for the former governor from 2010.
Ben Carson skipped over us to announce his candidacy in Detroit today, but Baltimore could soon be the scene of a presidential candidacy announcement anyway. If Martin O’Malley runs for president, he will announce his candidacy in Baltimore.
Retired Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon Ben Carson formed an exploratory committee on Tuesday to “examine whether (he) should become a candidate for President of the United States.