Maryland Gubernatorial Race
Maryland’s gubernatorial candidates start the week with some big name campaigning. President Barack Obama came in for Anthony Brown on Sunday and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was here for Larry Hogan Tuesday.
Campaign 2014 picks up steam as Maryland’s candidates for governor step up the attack in television ad campaigns.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown reports raising about $1.5 million dollars in the latest reporting period in his run for governor of Maryland.
Del. Ron George is highlighting his experience as a longtime small business owner, two terms in Maryland’s House of Delegates and a focus on sparking greater economic development in Baltimore to set him apart from other candidates seeking the GOP nomination for governor of Maryland.
A new Sun poll conducted by OpinionWorks looks at how candidates in the governor’s race are stacking up.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown says his running mate in the governor’s race won’t be raising money during this year’s legislation despite having been cleared to do so.
Maryland gubernatorial hopeful Douglas Gansler has opened a campaign office in Prince George’s County, the home turf of his rival, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown.