BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Criminal justice issues sparked a high-energy discussion as the three candidates for Baltimore State’s Attorney faced off in the first three-way debate of their race on Thursday.
Marilyn J. Mosby faced challengers Ivan Bates and Thiru Vignarajah at the University of Baltimore’s H. Mebane Turner Learning Commons.READ MORE: Maryland Weather: Soggy But Mild Weekend In Store
The forum was hosted by WJZ, The Baltimore Sun, and the University of Baltimore Schaefer Center for Public Policy.
The incumbent, Mosby, is being challenged by two Democrats, former Deputy Attorney General Vignarajah and former Assistant State’s Attorney Bates.READ MORE: COVID-19 In Maryland: 18 New Deaths Reported Saturday As Hospitalizations & Positivity Rate Continue To Decline
Because there are no Republicans in the race, the winner of the Democratic primary will be the presumptive winner of the November election.
WJZ political reporter Pat Warren has more on where the candidates stand.MORE NEWS: Baltimore Mayor, Gov. Hogan Clash Over Available COVID Vaccine Doses For City Residents