The four-way race for the Democratic nomination for attorney general became a three-person contest Tuesday night as Del. C. William Frick dropped his faltering campaign.
Frick, 39, withdrew his candidacy Tuesday night -- about an hour before the 9 p.m. filing deadline. He immediately signed up to run for re-election to the Montgomery County House seat he has held for the past two terms.
"My two terms in the House have been exceptional," Frick said in an emailed statement. "I’ve been a part of a team that has enacted marriage equality for all Maryland couples, repealed the death penalty, protected consumers from abuses, and begun the task of reforming our tax code."