Maryland’s political attention may be focused on it’s top-of-the-ballot races, especially after a prominent Democrat endorsed a Republican for U.S. Senate. But voters will also choose their leaders in host of other offices, from Lieutenant Governor to County Executive. We explore the other races to watch on the Maryland Politics Hour.

Guests

  • Isiah Leggett Democratic Candidate for Montgomery County Executive; former Councilman, Montgomery County Council; former Chairman, state Democratic Party, Professor, Howard University Law School
  • Chuck Floyd Republican Candidate for Montgomery County Executive
  • Kristen Cox Republican Candidate for Lieutenant Governor; Maryland State Disabilities Secretary
  • Anthony G. Brown Democratic Candidate for Lieutenant Governor; Member, Maryland House of Delegates (Dist. 25, Prince George's County)
  • Wayne Curry Former Prince George's County Executive
  • Robin Ficker Independent Candidate for Montgomery County Executive
  • Bruce DePuyt Host of "NewsTalk," News Channel 8

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