The race to represent the Democrats in the gubernatorial election next June should pretty much be a done deal. But as so often happens in politics, the voters seem to have other ideas. Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot was first elected to the House of Delegates back in 1986, meaning that he has been in the public arena for nearly 36 years. As a result, a recent poll by the Garin-Hart-Yang Research Group, a highly regarded national polling firm reported, 63% of Democratic voters recognize Mr. Franchot’s name.
Mohler: An Unsettling Wake-Up Call for Team Franchot
October 4, 2021