In the race for Maryland comptroller, Democrat Brooke Lierman declared victory over Republican Barry Glassman Tuesday, dashing the hopes of Maryland’s GOP of securing at least one statewide race.
The Associated Press has yet to call the race and Glassman has not conceded. However, early results show Lierman with a healthy lead.
Glassman, who ran as a moderate, was seen as his party's best hope of securing a statewide race. Popular Republican Gov. Larry Hogan endorsed Glassman and appeared in a television ad with the Harford County executive, calling themselves “middlemen.”
However, Glassman, 60, struggled to distance himself from the ultra-right-wing candidates - gubernatorial candidate Dan Cox and Attorney General candidate Michael Peroutka – who he shared the ballot with.... Read More: FOX45