ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Down to the wire. Maryland’s political candidates hoping to snag the governor’s seat are driving their message home, as voters get ready to cast their vote at the polls in just two days.
Rochelle Ritchie has more on the candidates’ final message.
Each candidate will spend the next 48 hours trying to pull in more votes, as they make that final push to the governor’s seat.
It’s the final set of handshakes and the final push for more votes.
Delegate Heather Mizeur, Attorney General Doug Gansler and Lt. Governor Anthony Brown bring their campaigns to Baltimore City, where they are hoping to get much needed votes out of Charm City.
“We need people to come out and vote Tuesday or else we are going to continue having way too many taxes and way too few jobs,” said Gansler.
“If we want to get special interest and corporate influence out of this state and put middle class families and their needs at the head of the table, it’s the Mizeur/Coates ticket that’s going to do it,” said Mizeur. “And we are going to win.”
“Build better schools and safer neighborhoods and more opportunities through education and creating jobs here in Maryland,” Brown said. “We’re excited. There’s a lot of momentum.”
The polls open Tuesday at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.
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