Maryland

Election Day: 25-Year-Old Matthew Foldi Seeks GOP Nomination in Maryland’s Sixth District

The crowded race for the Republican nomination in Maryland’s newly redrawn Sixth Congressional District comes to a head Tuesday with voters hitting the polls. Matthew Foldi, a 25-year-old investigative journalist who wrote for the Washington Free Beacon, aims to secure the GOP nomination, as does State Delegate Neil Parrott (R-2A), the Republican nominee for the seat in 2020.

Matthew Foldi, running for U.S. Congress in MD.

Exclusive—Maryland Republican Matthew Foldi on Rep. David Trone: He Could Not Care Less About His Constituents

Former investigative journalist and current Republican candidate for Congress in Maryland’s Sixth Congressional District, Matthew Foldi, looking to unseat “part-time congressman” David Trone (D-MD), joined Breitbart News Saturday to discuss how little the incumbent cares about his constituents as he, admittingly, hardly keeps his taxpayer-funded offices open.

Matthew Foldi

Fearing Losses in November, State Democrats Flip-Flop on Gas Taxes

As Republicans at the state level have, for years, led efforts to repeal the gas tax, Democrats have done the exact opposite and, in many cases, voted to increase the tax. State Democrats, seeing the writing on the wall for the midterms, are now looking to take credit for rolling back the gas tax and in some cases offering cash to drives as the price per gallon has skyrocketed across the country.

Gas prices are advertised at over five dollars a gallon Monday, Feb. 28, 2022, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)