Incumbent Larry Hogan vs. Ben Jealous

Maryland's incumbent Governor, Larry Hogan has served one term. You can review his performance history online and learn more about other candidates looking to take his seat.

An important race to watch.

Governor Larry Hogan (R)

Republican | Governor of Maryland

Prior to being elected, Governor Hogan worked in the private sector for more than 25 years as a successful Maryland business owner. Frustration with the out-of-touch leadership in Annapolis led him to found Change Maryland, the largest nonpartisan organization in state history, dedicated to bringing fiscal responsibility and common sense to Maryland state government. READ MORE

Ben Jealous (D)

Democrat | Governor of Maryland

We are united across lines of race, religion and region and bound together by a commitment to lead with courage, love, and common sense to say we will turn out the vote in 2018 and usher in an era of shared opportunity, growth and prosperity. READ MORE

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Brian Frosh vs. Craig Wolf

The principal duties of the Attorney General are to represent the United States in legal matters and supervise and direct the administration and operation of the offices, boards, divisions, and bureaus that comprise the Department.

Brian Frosh (D)

Democrat | Attorney General Incumbent

Brian E. Frosh is working to ensure fairness, equality and justice for all Marylanders as the state’s 46th Attorney General. Fulfilling a pledge to serve as the people’s lawyer, Brian is focused on keeping communities safe, on limiting environmental damage by polluters, and on protecting Maryland consumers from fraud and predatory business practices. READ MORE

Craig Wolf (R)

Republiican | Attorney General

Craig Wolf is a lifelong public servant with a proven record of delivering results. As a federal prosecutor with the Department of Justice, Craig successfully prosecuted some of the first cases involving online child pornography, oversaw investigations of human trafficking and coordinated some of the first prosecutions under the federal “Deadbeat Dad” statute. READ MORE

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