Baker, Jealous tied for lead among Democrats in new gubernatorial poll

Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker and former NAACP chief Ben Jealous appear to be pulling away from the other candidates running in the Democratic gubernatorial primary. A new Baltimore Sun poll found the two men tied with 16 percent of the vote each—three times the support of their closest competitors. Forty-four percent of voters say they are undecided. [Baltimore Sun]

A guide to the Capitals victory parade

The parade for the Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals will take place Tuesday starting at 11 a.m. on Constitution Avenue and will head toward Seventh Street where it will culminate in a rally on the National Mall. Organizers are warning of street closures and encouraging attendees to take Metro. [WTOP]

Four charged with gun possession and assault in Germantown

Four people were charged with firearm possession and assault after allegedly pointing a pistol with a green laser sight at an officer and firing shots at a home in the 13500 block of Demetrias Way in Germantown. The arrests of the four men, ages 19 to 22, were made in a traffic stop on the night of June 6, according to police. [Montgomery County police]

Hogan kicks off reelection campaign

Maryland Republican Gov. Larry Hogan, who remains popular in recent polls, kicked off his reelection campaign in Annapolis Saturday as his Democratic challengers worked other parts of the state vying for the opportunity to challenge him. [Washington Post]

Showers expected Monday

Rain is likely before 3 p.m. Monday when the National Weather Service predicts a cool day with a high near 66 degrees and a nighttime low around 57.

In case you missed it…

Politics Roundup: Blair Spending Big on Facebook Ads

Pedestrian Found Dead After He Was Struck by Vehicles in Hit-and-Run

Elrich Elaborates on Comment About Jobs in Frederick