Both of Maryland’s major party nominees to replace Republican Gov. Larry Hogan this year have been clear: They are starkly different candidates for voters to put their faith in for the next four years. And voters can expect to soon start hearing more directly from Democrat Wes Moore and Republican Dan Cox and their running mates about their divergence of views. The candidates will be spending what they’ve raised — and trying to rapidly raise more — via ads and at public appearances from parades to picnics to a televised debate as the post-Labor Day to Election Day sprint begins.
Here’s where Wes Moore and Dan Cox stand on health care, guns, the environment and more
September 6, 2022