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Roughly Speaking episode 397:
In the latest in a series of conversations with candidates for governor of Maryland, attorney Jim Shea says the man he hopes to challenge in November, incumbent Republican Larry Hogan, has been just "treading water," doing little to advance education, transportation and Baltimore's crime fight. Shea says that, in lowering highway tolls, widening roads and "doing no harm," Hogan has lowered expectations for the governor's office, and Shea promises to reverse Hogan's minimalist approach.
Joining the conversation is Shea's running mate, lieutenant governor candidate and Baltimore City Councilman Brandon Scott.
Earlier conversation with Jim Shea: Episode 283
An archive of conversations with all Maryland candidates on Roughly Speaking can be found here.
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