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In chaotic 2016 election, Baltimore Greens hope to harness voter frustration

In chaotic 2016 election, Baltimore Greens hope to harness voter frustration

In an election year when political outsiders have disrupted both Republican and Democratic presidential races, a slate of longshot candidates in Baltimore is hoping to ride the wave of voter frustration and legitimize their long-discounted third party: the Greens.

Voters stepped from a light drizzle into the Baltimore Green Party headquarters on East 23rd Street to cast their ballots for candidates for mayor, City Council, U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives and president in the party's primary Sunday. Others voted by mail-in ballot.

All of the party's primary races in Maryland are uncontested, except for mayor of Baltimore, which featured three candidates, Joshua...

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