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Hogan and Brown Debate for Maryland Governor Election

October 8th, 2014 by WCBC Radio

Democratic Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and Republican Larry Hogan have continued dueling over how to make Maryland's economy better in their first televised debate.  Brown and Hogan debated Tuesday at WJZ-TV's studio in Baltimore.  Hogan hammered away at tax increases approved by Governor Martin O'Malley in an effort to link Brown with the tax hikes. But Brown repeatedly emphasized he would not raise taxes if elected governor.  The two also debated tax relief. Brown says he would support tax breaks for small businesses. Hogan says the state needs to improve the business climate by rolling back as many of the tax increases approved in recent years as possible. 

During the debate, a question came in from Cumberland about the negative tone of the campaign…

During the debate, Brown made a pledge on taxes…


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