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    Gov. Larry Hogan holds a commanding 22-point lead over Democratic challenger Ben Jealous heading into the stretch run of the 2018 campaign, according to a Goucher College poll released Wednesday. Hogan’s lead over Jealous is the likely result of a relentless onslaught of advertising since June against the Democratic Party champion. The widening lead also ...
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    A reporter blocked by Ben Jealous from participating as a panelist in next week’s governor debate has been reinstated. Jealous, the Democratic nominee, announced late Tuesday that he would rescind his veto of Hagerstown Herald-Mail reporter Tamela Baker. In a statement, Jealous blamed his Republican opponent, Gov. Larry Hogan, for the veto and for failing .. […]
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