Dems face off in Maryland primary — in an ‘incredibly Republican year’

Posted on AllSides December 24th, 2021
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Maryland could be the best opportunity for Democrats to flip a governorship anywhere in the country next year. But first, the party has to navigate a crowded, diverse and potentially expensive primary to find their nominee.

Five of nine Democrats who have declared as candidate to succeed term-limited GOP Gov. Larry Hogan are people of color, bolstering the state’s chances it could elect its first non-white man as governor.

“This is a potentially historic election,” former Education Secretary John King said in an interview with POLITICO. “There’s a huge opportunity...

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