Corrections

November 05, 1992

An article in Tuesday's editions of The Sun incorrectly reported that Baltimore has voted for Democratic Party presidential candidates more than any subdivision in Maryland since 1864. The correct date is 1860.

Also, the article reported that Frederick Douglass was the only Marylander, other than Spiro T. Agnew, to run for vice president. Two other Marylanders ran for that office on party tickets: William Daniel ran on the National Prohibition Party ticket in 1884, and R. Sargent Shriver ran in 1972 on the Democratic ticket.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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