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Unexpected twists are shaking up the crowded primaries in Virginia, including an incumbent dropping out late in the election due to alcoholism and accusations of antisemitism against a Democratic Congressional candidate who co-authored a book critical of Israel nearly three decades ago. We get an update on the most contentious races in Virginia before voters head to the polls next week.
Then we turn to Maryland and meet Tommie Thompson, who is running for Prince George’s County Executive, and James Jones, Jr., a Democratic candidate for for Governor.
All that plus the biggest political news from around the region.
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