Dan Cox does not have a lot going in his favor as he wages an uphill battle to become Maryland’s next governor: He has little money, lags in the polls and has tied himself to former President Donald J. Trump, who remains extremely unpopular in the state. But the Republican candidate believes he can win. “This election is about the people: To make sure that they have a voice in their government, instead of the international corporate lobbyists and special interests that are supporting my opponent,” Cox told reporters in Annapolis recently.
Behind in polls, fundraising Republican Dan Cox still believes he can win over Maryland voters
October 25, 2022