Maryland attorney general primary pits former governor’s wife against ex-understudy

As the race to be the Democratic nominee for Maryland attorney general enters its final stretch, the contest is increasing looking like a toss-up between two long-standing fixtures of state politics. And there's a Shakespearean-level family twist. Rep. Anthony Brown was lieutenant governor from 2007-2015 under Gov. Martin O'Malley. The pair ran as a ticket in 2006 and worked closely together in Annapolis. Brown lost the 2014 governor's race to succeed O'Malley. But Brown quickly rebounded by winning an open Prince George's County-based House seat in the Washington, DC, suburbs. RHODE ISLAND GOV. DAN MCKEE TRAILS DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY RIVALS IN BID FOR FULL TERM Brown's main Democratic primary rival for attorney general is an assistant state's attorney in Baltimore County who went on to serve as a Baltimore City district…
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