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Voters Still Undecided on Governor’s Race

April 25th, 2014 by WCBC Radio

A new poll is out on the governor's race in Maryland and it appears a majority of voters from both parties still haven't decided who they will support in a primary election that is two months away. The St. Mary's College "Maryland Poll" conducted among nearly 1,000 registered voters found that 54-percent of the Democrats and 69-percent of the Republicans were undecided about which candidate to support. On the Democratic side, Lt. Governor Anthony Brown scored the highest of any declared candidate, receiving 27-percent of the vote. Attorney General Doug Gansler received 11-percent. Montgomery County Delegate  Heather Mizeur gets 8-percent. On the Republican side, former Ehrlich Administration aide Larry Hogan gets 16-percent of the vote.  Harford County Executive David Craig gets 8-percent. Anne Arundel County Delegate Ron George, and businessman Charles Lollar each get 4-percent. St. Mary's College Political Science Professor Susan Grogan, who conducted the poll, said that the biggest surprise is the large number of undecided voters at this point in the campaign…





  

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