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As Election Day inches closer, civil rights leader, venture capitalist and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ben Jealous is hoping to overcome a double-digit polling deficit to unseat incumbent Larry Hogan. Jealous joins us in studio to talk about his vision for the state of Maryland.
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