The two men running for governor in Maryland met for their second debate, recorded for broadcast at News Channel 8. According to a poll by our media partners, the Baltimore Sun, many voters are undecided but the gap between the candidates appears to be narrowing.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, who is running for governor, said Friday he does not plan to make his income tax returns public. His opponent, Republican Larry Hogan, has not released his either.
The debate will aired on Oct. 7.
Republican Larry Hogan held challenged his opponent’s campaign ads at a Thursday morning news conference held at his campaign headquarters in Annapolis–calling Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown a liar.
Republican Larry Hogan said Tuesday that if he is elected governor he will try to end state income taxes on retirement income sometime during his first term. His opponent, Democratic Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, said he believed Hogan should provide more details about how he would do that without making significant cuts in other important parts of the state budget.
Maryland goes to the polls. The Democrats dominate in sheer numbers of voters statewide, but because this is the Primary Election, all that means is the candidates for governor get to divvy up a bigger pie.
Maryland’s Democratic gubernatorial candidates had their last scheduled broadcast debate Thursday morning.
Maryland’s Democratic race for governor continues to be the biggest attention-getter in the Maryland primary. But even the big draw is falling short in voter interest.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown is scheduled to speak to local officials at the annual Maryland Association of Counties breakfast.
Maryland’s Tianna Hawkins has created matchup problems for most opponents this season, and she wasted little time establishing her dominance against Brown.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown is scheduled to address the National Policy Alliance. Brown will speak to the group at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Convention Center Friday Afternoon.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown will talk about health care reform implementation at a fall seminar series at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.