Former Allegany County resident running for attorney general

Craig Wolf, a former Allegany County resident, is seeking election to the office of Maryland attorney general. A Republican, Wolf is challenging Brian Frosh — the incumbent Democrat — in the Nov. 6 general election. The men are the only candidates for the office. Wolf’s campaign slogan is “Creating a safer Maryland together.” He said Frosh is not working with Gov. Larry Hogan to solve Maryland’s problems, including the violent crime plaguing the Baltimore area. (Times-News)

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