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Primary Election news for Maryland

Results are in for Maryland's Primary elections. Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and Larry Hogan won the Democratic and Republican nominations for Governor, respectively. Brian Frosh won the Democratic nomination for Attorney General after a contentious race.

Democrats outnumbered Republicans by more than 2:1 in the polls. Voter turnout was low, though early voting increased over the last election.

Below are news links to to several stories of interest in this election.

Results: Primary elections, Maryland
The Washington Post, 6/25/14

Brown, Hogan win gubernatorial nominations
Washington Post, 6/25/14

Brian Frosh wins Md.’s Democratic attorney general nomination
The Washington Post, 6/25/14

What Anthony Brown could mean for higher education
The Diamondback (UMD), 6/25/14

Md. State Education Assoc. Claims Doug Gansler Is Handing Out Fake ‘Apple Ballots’
CBSDC, 6/24/14

Voter turnout low across Maryland for Primary Election
WBAL-TV 11, 6/24/11

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