Doug Gansler

Seven Democrats have theories for why they'll win the gubernatorial primary. Whose math adds up?

Seven Democrats have theories for why they'll win the gubernatorial primary. Whose math adds up?

The Democratic gubernatorial primary is so competitive this year, The Sun’s Erin Cox reports, that campaigns and strategists think they may need the support of no more than a quarter of the electorate to win — maybe as few as 125,000 votes. To put that in context, two of the leading candidates, Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker and Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, cleared more than that number in their 2014 re-election bids; it’s not remotely an insurmountable number state-wide. Consequently, the campaigns are focusing most of their efforts on...

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