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MD Could Have First All Male Delegation In 40 Years

August 3rd, 2016 by WCBC Radio

Maryland has been among leading states in electing women to political offices for decades, but the state could have its first all-male congressional delegation in more than 40 years unless at least one of two Republicans or a third-party candidate wins in November in the heavily Democratic state. Republican Kathy Szeliga is running against Chris Van Hollen, but she is running in a statewide race where Democrats outnumber Republicans 2-1 in a presidential election year in which voter turnout is expected to be high. The only other female running for a congressional seat for a major party is Republican Amie Hoeber, who is challenging Rep. John Delaney in Maryland’s 6th Congressional District.  Governor Larry Hogan admits he is not comfortable with the possibility of an all male delegation…





 

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