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.
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.
Governor Martin O’Malley isn’t the only Marylander looking at a 2016 presidential run. Former Johns Hopkins head of neurosurgery Ben Carson says it’s a strong likelihood he’ll be in the race.
A Democratic primary race between two well-funded candidates propelled Maryland to the sixth-highest amount of spending on political television ads in state races in the 2014 election cycle through Sept. 8, according to a state-by-state survey by the Center for Public Integrity.
Linh Bui and Tim Williams have Coffee With Donovan McNabb
Registration is underway for an annual charity race that givers runners the chance to race under Baltimore’s harbor.
As Marylanders make plans for the last holiday of the summer, the candidates for governor are calling attention to their campaigns.
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.
Linh Bui has Coffee With actor Sean Bean, from Game of Thrones and Lord of the Rings fame. Ron Matz has People Are Talking about the Charles Street 12–a 12 mile road race down Baltimore’s historic street.
There were no big surprises in the Maryland governor’s race. It will be Democrat Anthony Brown and Republican Larry Hogan squaring off in November.
Brian Frosh wins the Democratic nomination for Md. attorney general. He faces Republican Jeffrey Pritzker and Libertarian Leo Wayne in November. Neither of them had primary competition.
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.