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Maryland elections: Here’s where the gubernatorial candidates stand

July 13, 2022

Voters in the July 19 Maryland primary election will choose Democratic and Republican nominees for governor, all hoping to succeed term-limited Gov. Larry Hogan (R) in November. Here is where several candidates stand on several key issues. Ten Democrats will appear on the ballot: former Prince George’s County executive Rushern L. Baker III, who suspended his campaign last month; former government worker and nonprofit executive Jon Baron; State Comptroller Peter Franchot; former Maryland attorney general Doug Gansler; Ralph W. Jaffe, a retired teacher; Ashwani Jain, a local program director for the National Kidney Foundation; former U.S. education secretary John B. King Jr.; author and former nonprofit chief Wes Moore; former Democratic National Committee chair Tom Perez; and Jerome M. Segal, a philosopher and activist.

Article Source: Washington Post

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