In the lone televised debate of Maryland’s highly competitive Democratic primary, eight men running to be the state’s next governor jockeyed to be the party’s standard-bearer on Monday, pointing to crime, education and the economy as the chief voter concerns. But the one-hour debate, which aired at 7 p.m. Monday, also featured nuanced distinctions on how far the successor to term-limited Gov. Larry Hogan (R) should go to address income inequality, child care and the yawning academic, financial and mental health gaps wrought by the pandemic.
Md. Democrats jab, offer broad visions in lone governor’s race debate
June 7, 2022