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Lieutenant governor candidates Ulman, Rutherford trade barbs in only debate
Lieutenant governor candidates Ulman, Rutherford trade barbs in only debate

The two men running to be Maryland's next lieutenant governor traded barbs and accusations Thursday in their first and only formal debate of the campaign. Ken Ulman, who is running with Democratic gubernatorial candidate Anthony G. Brown, said Republican Larry Hogan and running mate Boyd Rutherford had a sloppy plan for Maryland that overestimated waste in state government. He also said they were misleading voters on whether they would enforce Maryland's tough new gun laws. "We've heard so many different things," Ulman said, that it was hard to figure out where the Republicans stood on issues. Rutherford shot back that the Democrats' reign in the State...

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