The campaigns of Republican Gov. Larry Hogan and his Democratic challenger Ben Jealous wrangled for weeks over their debate schedule before settling on just one debate.
Now, a similar debate over debates is playing out in the attorney general’s race.
Democratic incumbent Brian Frosh and his Republican challenger, Craig Wolf, have agreed to two debates. But deciding when and where they should be has become contentious.
The Wolf campaign this week accused Frosh of refusing to debate on television — after he declined an event hosted by WBFF-TV.
“Maryland voters deserve to see the candidates side-by-side in a series of televised debates discussing the underlying...