History was on the ballot in this year’s Maryland primary elections. In a rare alignment, Maryland’s offices of the governor, the attorney general and the comptroller are all open. And in the Democratic primaries for each of those top positions, voters nominated candidates who could break the state’s long record of white, male leadership in Annapolis this November.
With historic candidates, Maryland primary turnout surpasses 2018 despite midsummer ‘malaise’
July 26, 2022