For the Republicans, the primary campaign has been lackluster at best. Realizing the uphill battle facing the eventual winner, the four Republicans have dedicated their campaigns to the economy and budget, important topics for many of us. One of the most frustrating aspects of the primary, however, is the general lack of detail in the plans and stances of candidates. While we realize the candidates can't and shouldn't comment with all of their beliefs or exact plan to create jobs, it is fair to expect to find some specific stances in websites, speeches or debates. While Charles Lollar seems to have detailed stances on a wide variety of topics, Larry Hogan has avoided talking about anything but taxes, regulations and wasteful spending, and Harford County Executive David Craig especially has not outlined how he could get his proposals through the State House.