Tom Sherwood and Kojo make sense of the results of this week's elections in Virginia and look ahead to big races looming in D.C. and Maryland next year.
Virginia wasn't the only state with elections on Tuesday, and Maryland voters sounded off in a number of local races.
Kojo and Tom Sherwood chat with E.W. Jackson, a Republican candidate for lieutenant governor of Virginia, and with D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray.
A poll of Maryland voters found that if the Democratic primary were held today, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown would get the nod by a wide margin.
Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler announced Monday that Prince George's County Del. Jolene Ivey would join his campaign — and he was conspicuously silent about a new scandal.
Kojo and Tom Sherwood chat with D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray and Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker.
Kojo and Tom chat with David Ramadan, the Republican who represents Virginia's 87th district in the commonwealth's House of Delegates, and soon-to-be Democratic D.C. Council candidate Charles Allen.
Maryland Attorney General Douglas Gansler, a Democratic candidate for governor in 2014, joins Kojo and Tom Sherwood in the studio.
D.C. Council Member David Catania (I - At Large) joins Kojo and Tom Sherwood in the studio.
Maryland's attorney general Doug Gansler has officially thrown his hat in the ring in a crowded field for the governor's office.
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