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Ross and Verratti: A high tech/small-biz ticket for governor

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Roughly Speaking episode 391:

In another in our series of conversations leading up to Maryland's June 26 primary election, tech guru and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Alec Ross introduces us to his running mate, Julie Verratti, and talks about the need for "21st Century thinking" in state government. Ross criticizes the incumbent Republican governor, Larry Hogan, for failing to support Baltimore by killing the Red Line transit system and the redevelopment of the state government center on the city's west side. He also talks about the need to address the increasing costs of child care across the state.

Verratti describes her background in federal government, working in the Small Business Administration, and her experiences running a business -- a brewery and restaurant -- in Montgomery County.

Episode 305: Dan's first conversation with Alec Ross took place in October.

Archives: All conversations with candidates for Maryland governor.




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