Corporate group wants regional toll road network

The Greater Washington Partnership, which includes local executives such as Washington Wizards and Capitals owner Ted Leonsis and Under Armour’s Kevin Plank on its board, is pushing for an interconnected toll road network from Baltimore to Richmond. The group wants paid express lanes like those built in Virginia and in Maryland to be added to I-495 and I-95 within the next five years as a way to reduce congestion. [Washington Post]

County executive to welcome delegation from United Kingdom

The 12-member British delegation is visiting Montgomery County as part of the Inclusive Cities initiative to learn how communities in the United States integrate newcomers. County Executive Ike Leggett is scheduled to welcome the visitors Tuesday morning in Rockville and the delegation is expected to tour the county for five days. [Montgomery County]

Hogan reports raising $1.2 million in just over a month


Gov. Larry Hogan and his running mate Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford raised $1.2 million in campaign funds between April 10 and May 15—a haul that increases their campaign war chest to more than $9 million in advance of the November election. Hogan’s potential opponents running in the Democratic primary have so far each raised about $2 million or less. [Baltimore Sun]

Ervin describes state’s unwillingness to reprint ballots as a ‘civil rights’ issue

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Valerie Ervin, who began her campaign for governor last week after her running mate Kevin Kamenetz’s death, may sue if the state declines to put her and her lieutenant governor running mate Marisol Johnson’s name on reprinted ballots. She said state law is clear that the ballots should be reprinted. The state has initially refused to reprint the ballots five weeks before the primary election due to logistical and cost issues. [Maryland Matters]


Morning showers, possible afternoon thunderstorms

Rain is expected throughout Tuesday morning and then there’s a chance of afternoon and nighttime thunderstorms, according to the National Weather Service. A high near 78 and a nighttime low around 66 is predicted.

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