Maryland residents on Tuesday voted in an unusually early primary for candidates in the Democratic and Republican races for governor.
Two Republican candidates for governor of Maryland skirmished over who has fought against tax increases the most during a debate Monday involving four GOP primary candidates.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and his running mate, Ken Ulman, are reporting $7 million cash on hand in the Maryland governor’s race, and Attorney General Doug Gansler is reporting $6.3 million.
A Charles County businessman and Marine Corps Reserve officer is launching his campaign for Maryland governor.
Charles Lollar, a Charles County businessman who described himself as tea party candidate when he ran for Congress in 2010, is planning to seek the Republican nomination for governor in Maryland.