Change Maryland today released the final report on their independent investigation into allegations of unethical relationships between state contractors and the O’Malley-Brown administration during the Governor’s leadership of the Democratic Governors Association (DGA).
Change Maryland Releases Findings on Investigation of Alleged Unethical Relationship Between O’Malley-Brown Administration and State Contractors
ANNAPOLIS – The company hired to clean up the O’Malley-Brown Administration’s health insurance exchange website debacle is also a subsidiary of one of the largest contributors to the Democratic Governors Association during Governor O’Malley’s tenure as its Chairman, Change Maryland has uncovered.
ANNAPOLIS – Change Maryland has released new information that seems to reveal the appearance of a “pay-to-play” system within the O’Malley-Brown Administration where contractors received significant benefits from the state either before or after their donations to the Democratic Governors Association during Governor O’Malley’s tenure as its chairman.
ANNAPOLIS — Change Maryland released today a report card that shows consumer energy costs skyrocketing under the O’Malley-Brown Administration. The release of the report card comes on the heels of a state announcement Friday that the Public Service Commission (PSC) approved the second rate increase this year requested by Baltimore Gas & Electric (BGE), as well as an increased monthly service surcharge. Read More
Change Maryland: Did O’Malley-Brown Administration Shake-Down State Contractors for Huge Contributions?
ANNAPOLIS – Change Maryland released initial findings that show a relationship between 2011 contributions to the Democratic Governor’s Association (DGA) and the award of state contracts. The group found that in many cases, DGA contributors received significant state benefits shortly before, or after, making generous donations to the organization Governor Martin O’Malley chaired.
Change Maryland, the state’s largest and fastest growing nonpartisan grassroots movement, has surpassed 70,000 people, the organization announced today. The group has attracted over 5,000 new people since its Fall Harvest Party two and a half weeks ago. Read More
ANNAPOLIS – Larry Hogan, founder and Chairman of Change Maryland, said he would launch a campaign for governor in January 2014 during the citizen organization’s Fall Harvest Party at the DoubleTree Hotel in Annapolis on Friday evening. Hogan, a successful businessman and lifelong citizen activist, spoke to a sold-out crowd of over 1,000 people at the event. The party was the largest political event of the year.
ANNAPOLIS – Anthony Brown continued to mislead Marylanders on the state of their healthcare Sunday, during an interview on WBAL TV 11. His appearance Sunday came on the heels of remarks made last week when he indicated he knew 73,000 Marylanders would lose their healthcare coverage after the state’s rollout of the Affordable Care Act. Read More
ANNAPOLIS – Business owner and Change Maryland founder Larry Hogan released the following statement on Governor O’Malley’s recent release of “Belief.” The video is the Governor’s most recent effort to gain relevancy on the national stage.
ANNAPOLIS – Lieutenant Governor and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Anthony Brown indicated that he knew some Marylanders would lose their healthcare coverage after the October 1 rollout of Maryland’s implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), during an interview with WBAL TV’s Jayne Miller. According to reports, 73,000 Maryland residents are expected to lose their healthcare coverage.