Democrat Ken Ulman and Republican Boyd Rutherford faced off on The Kojo Nnamdi Show in WAMU 88.5's studios.
Democrats in Maryland think their support of public transit is a political winner, which will be the theme of a press conference Thursday afternoon.
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Kojo hosts Maryland's major lieutenant gubernatorial candidates, Democrat Ken Ulman and Republican Boyd Rutherford, for a debate in WAMU 88.5's studio
Kojo chats with Andy Green, the opinion editor at The Baltimore Sun, about Maryland's race for governor.
Kojo and Tom Sherwood chat with Daniel Bongino, a Republican congressional candidate in Maryland, and Khalid Pitts, an independent seeking an at-large seat on the D.C Council.
The campaign to become the next Maryland governor has been pretty negative so far, and candidates Anthony Brown and Larry Hogan didn't waste time before taking the gloves off on Tuesday.
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