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Maryland Governor and 2022 Gubernatorial Candidates (Actual/Potential):
  1. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan (R) > Term-Limited in 2022
  2. Harford County Exec, Ex-State Senator, Ex-County Councilman Barry Glassman (R)
  3. State Natural Resources Sec., 2014 Lt Gov Candidate Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio (R)
  4. Ex-Howard County Exec, Ex-State Senate Minority Leader, Atty Allan Kittleman (R)
  5. Liquor Store Owner Joe Petro (R)
  6. Lt Governor, Ex-State Cabinet Secretary, Ex-USDA Official, Atty Boyd Rutherford (R)
  7. State Commerce Secretary, Ex-State Delegate, Ex-Legislative Aide Kelly Schulz (R)
  8. Prince George’s Cnty Exec, Ex-Prince George’s State’s Atty Angela Alsobrooks (D)
  9. US Rep, Ex-Lt Gov, Ex-State Del., Atty, Iraq Veteran, 2014 Nom. Anthony Brown (D)
  10. Ex-Congressman, Attorney, Businessman, 2020 Pres. Candidate John Delaney (D)
  11. State Comptroller, Ex-State Delegate, Army Veteran Peter Franchot (D)
  12. Ex-Atty General, Ex-Montgomery County State’s Atty, 2014 Cand. Doug Gansler (D)
  13. Ex-NAACP National President, Venture Capitalist, 2018 Nominee Ben Jealous (D)
  14. State Senator, Ex-State Delegate, Doctor, Ex-Congressional Aide Clarence Lam (D)
  15. State Delegate, Attorney Brooke Lierman (D)
  16. Ex-Governor, Ex-Baltimore Mayor, Atty, 2016 Presidential Cand. Martin O’Malley (D)
  17. Baltimore County Exec, Ex-State Delegate, Ex-Teacher “Johnny O” Olszewski Jr. (D)
  18. Congressman, Attorney John Sarbanes (D)
  19. Congressman, Wine Store Chain Owner David Trone (D)
  20. Ex-Howard Cnty Exec, Ex-Cnty Councilman, Atty, 2014 Lt Gov Nom. Ken Ulman (D)
  21. State Senator, Ex-MD Delegate, Nonprofit Official, Sociologist Mary Washington (D)
Senior Maryland US Senator and 2024 US Senate Candidates (Actual/Potential):
  1. US Senator Ben Cardin (D) (Campaign Site)
Junior Maryland US Senator and 202US Senate Candidates (Actual/Potential):
  1. US Senator Chris Van Hollen (D) (Campaign Site)
  2. Michelle Smith (D)
Elijah Cummings (D)
MUS House District 7 Representative and 2020 Candidates (Actual/Potential):

(District 7 Partisan Voting Index: D+26)

(Elijah Cummings (D) died 10/17 > Special Election Primary 2/4/20 and General 4/28/20)

  1. International Public Health Professional, Peace Corps Veteran T. Dan Baker (D)
  2. State House Majority Whip, Ex-Congressional Aide Talmadge Branch (D)
  3. Alicia Brown (D)
  4. 2018 Candidate Anthony Carter Sr. (D)
  5. State Senator, Ex-State Delegate, Attorney Jill Carter (D)
  6. Home Improvement Contractor, Vietnam Vet, 1990 MD Del Cand. Matko Chullin III (D)
  7. Retired Atty, Ex-Orphans Court Judge, 2014 State Del Candidate Jay Fred Cohen (D)
  8. 2018 State Delegate Candidate Nathaniel Costley (D)
  9. Ex-MD Dem Chair, Lobbyist, Cummings Widow Maya Rockeymoore Cummings (D)
  10. Jermyn “Mike” Davidson (D)
  11. Teacher, School Counselor Darryl Gonzalez (D)
  12. Physician Mark Gosnell (D)
  13. Dentist, Ex-National Dental Association President Leslie Grant (D)
  14. Dan Hiegel (D)
  15. State Delegate, Surgeon Terri Hill (D)
  16. State Delegate, Physician Jay Jalisi (D)
  17. College Professor, Accountant, Navy Veteran & ’18 School Board Candidate Paul Konka (D)
  18. Law Professor, Attorney, Author F. Michael Higginbotham (D)
  19. Ex-US Rep, Ex-NAACP Pres., Ex-Baltimore Councilman, 2006 US Sen Candidate Kweisi Mfume (D)
  20. Frequent Candidate Adrian Petrus (D)
  21. Business Consultant Saafir Rabb (D)
  22. Retired/Disabled Army NCO, Pastor, Community Activist Charles Smith (D)
  23. Congressional Aide & ’14 State Del. Candidate Harry Spikes (D)
  24. 2018 Candidate Charles Stokes (D)
  25. Community Activist Chris Anderson (R)
  26. James Arnold (R)
  27. Storage Yard Owner, Vietnam War Veteran & Frequent Candidate Ray Bly (R) 
  28. Brian Brown (R)
  29. Cleaning Service Owner, Nonprofit Founder, Trump Activist Reba Hawkins (R)
  30. Event Coordinator, Nonprofit Group Founder, GOP Activist Kim Klacik (R)
  31. Business Consultant & Frequent Candidate Liz Matory (R)
  32. Retired Auto Repair Shop Owner, GOP Activist William Newton (R)

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