Jealous, Baker Lead in Democratic Race Overshadowed by Hogan

Three weeks before their primary, Maryland Democrats remain largely undecided about who to nominate for governor, according to a new Washington Post-University of Maryland poll, in a race overshadowed by record popularity for incumbent Republican Gov. Larry Hogan.

Former NAACP president Benjamin Jealous and Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker III lead the sizable Democratic pack, the survey finds. But the outcome of the race probably will depend on the nearly four in 10 likely voters who have not yet settled on a candidate.–alert-local-politics–alert-local&wpmk=1