Why it’s so tough to give this man the credit that he deserves is beyond me.
Maryland’s candidates for governor turn up the heat in their third and final televised debate.
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.
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.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and Mr. Larry Hogan debated the issues you may want to consider before casting your vote.
WJZ-TV and The Baltimore Sun will co-host a debate between Maryland’s major gubernatorial candidates.
Maryland’s Democratic gubernatorial candidates had their last scheduled broadcast debate Thursday morning.
Pleading their case. The three Democratic candidates for governor try to win over undecided voters in their last televised debate before Election Day.
The four Republican candidates for governor will be debating at the studios of Maryland Public Television.
Maryland’s Republican candidates for governor are scheduled to gather for a debate that will be broadcast live on WMDT-TV.
Candidates in Maryland’s Democratic primary are scheduled to debate at the University of Maryland.