Maryland’s candidates for governor turn up the heat in their third and final televised debate.
Early voting starts a week from now in Maryland, and the finals debates of the 2014 gubernatorial campaign are on tap.
President Barack Obama is planning a major campaign push in seven governor’s races, where Democrats’ prospects are looking up, while largely avoiding the party’s tougher challenges in the Senate as midterm elections approach.
Gun control has been a recurring issue in Maryland’s governor’s race this year.
The Washington Post has endorsed Anthony Brown for Maryland’s next governor.
There’s a new poll just out Sunday morning showing the gap between the top gubernatorial candidates is narrowing.
Campaign 2014 is in the last four weeks and the conversation over issues is growing. The candidates debated issues on WJZ and taxes emerged as a primary concern.
Two candidates for Maryland’s governor’s race spent Tuesday in WJZ-TV’s studios for a taping of the first gubernatorial debate, which later aired on WJZ and online.
Maryland’s gubernatorial candidates put their campaigns on the line in the WJZ studios. The candidates’ debate moderated by Vic Carter gives Maryland voters a chance to see what each intends to do as governor.
The debate aired on Oct. 7.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and Mr. Larry Hogan debated the issues you may want to consider before casting your vote.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown’s campaign for governor contends Republican Larry Hogan’s plan to save $1.75 billion in state spending doesn’t add up, but Hogan disputed the campaign’s findings Saturday and stood by his plan to make big savings by cutting waste and fraud.