With early voting in Maryland kicking off Thursday, Democratic gubernatorial nominee Wes Moore is going into overdrive, calling on the highest levels of Democratic royalty to lend a hand. On Tuesday alone, Moore began airing a 30-second TV spot featuring former President Obama. He picked up the endorsement of former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.), a hero to gun control advocates. And he appeared at an online fundraiser with Hillary Clinton, discussing the topic of leadership. On Wednesday afternoon, Moore and the rest of the statewide Democratic ticket will appear with Democratic National Committee Chair Jaime Harrison and other party leaders at a get-out-the-vote rally at the University of Maryland campus in College Park. Moore’s GOP opponent, Del. Dan Cox (R-Frederick), used the recently released national report card on student test scores to blast COVID-19 mandates on Tuesday.
Moore gets help from Democratic superstars as early voting approaches
October 26, 2022