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With primary less than a year away, Maryland politicians make trip to Tawes

With primary less than a year away, Maryland politicians make trip to Tawes

With the sun beating down on the hot pavement, Gov. Larry Hogan shook hand after hand Wednesday at one of the state’s premier political events: the J. Millard Tawes Crab and Clam Bake in Crisfield.

Hogan, like many other politicians and political hopefuls, ventured to the lower Eastern Shore to make the rounds among thousands of people picking steamed crabs and sipping beer less than a year before the state’s next primary election.

“It’s just a great slice of Maryland,” said the Republican governor, who was mobbed everywhere he went by well-wishers seeking pictures. “It’s a lot of people from here on the Lower Shore, but people also come from across the state. I’ve talked to...

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