The big debate in the Maryland governor’s race between Democrat Wesley Moore and Republican state Del. Dan Cox is whether the two will actually share a stage to debate.
Democrats have a 2 to 1 voter majority and Moore has a 10 to 1 fundraising advantage. He is heavily favored to defeat a controversial candidate whose primary campaign was bankrolled by Democrats eyeing an easy mark in November.
Cox, 47, a conservative attorney endorsed by former president Donald Trump in the race to succeed term-limited Republican Gov. Larry Hogan, has eagerly accepted invitations to debate his Democratic opponent, including on Sept. 27 at Morgan State University (MSU)….


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