Open seat in Maryland's most competitive congressional district attracts large field of candidates


An open seat in Maryland’s most competitive congressional district has attracted a broad field of Democrats and Republicans for this month’s primaries.

The politically diverse Sixth District stretches from the liberal Washington suburbs of Montgomery County to conservative Western Maryland. Democratic Rep. John Delaney won the district by less than two percentage points in the last midterm election, in 2014. Now Delaney is stepping down to run for president in 2020, and 14 candidates have filed to run in the primaries June 26.

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Sanctuary State


Hoeber Calls MD HB 1461 SAFE Act “One Step Closer to Making Maryland a Sanctuary State

immigrantsanctuary.jpgRockville, MD – Amie Hoeber, Candidate for Congress, issued the following statement: “I am appalled and outraged that Delegate Aruna Miller would support protecting criminals from further prosecution by supporting Maryland House Bill 1362 which is benignly being referred to as “The Safe Act.” Simply put, this bill is intended to offer shelter to those who are already in the criminal justice system – known criminals – and treating them on par with otherwise law abiding immigrants.”

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