Crime, education, discussed in Maryland governor’s debate
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — Crime, education and the economy were the top issues discussed Monday by eight candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for governor of Maryland in their first wide televised debate. of State.
The candidates also took the opportunity during the debate on Maryland’s public television to face opponents with whom they believe they will compete more closely in the crowded primary, which will be held on July 19. The governor’s office is open this election cycle because Republican Governor Larry Hogan is serving a limited term.