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By Michael Dresser | November 7, 2013
The University of Maryland's Carey School of Law will hold a forum for the four candidates for attorney general in 2014 tonight at Westminster Hall in Baltimore. Invited are Sen. Brian E. Frosh of Montgomery County and Del. Aisha Braveboy of Prince George's County; Jon Cardin of Baltimore County and C. William Frick of Montgomery County -- all Democrats. No Republicans have declared they will seek the office, which Democrats have held for more than a half-century. Doors will open at 4:30 at the hall, 517 W. Fayette St. The student-initiated forum will begin at 5 p.m. and end at 6:15 p.m.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | April 28, 2014
The three Democratic candidates for state attorney general have scheduled two debates before the June 24 primary. The contenders will meet May 19 at the University of Maryland College Park and June 9 at the University of Baltimore School of Law. Del. Jon Cardin of Baltimore County,  state Sen. Brian E. Frosh of Montgomery County, and Del. Aisha Braveboy of Prince George's County  have participated in a series of forums. But these will be the only joint events to follow a traditional debate format and be supervised by the party, the campaigns said.
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By Michael Dresser | November 15, 2013
Maryland's largest state employees' union will throw its support behind Sen. Brian E. Frosh in his campaign for the Democratic nomination for attorney general. AFSCME Council 3 will hold a rally Saturday in Baltimore to announce its endorsement of Frosh, a veteran Montgomery County lawmaker who heads the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee. The union chose Frosh out of a field of four Democrats that also includes, Dels. Aisha Braveboy of Prince George's County, Jon Cardin of Baltimore County and C. William Frick of Montgomery County.
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By Michael Dresser | February 25, 2014
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.
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By Michael Dresser | January 15, 2014
Sen. Brian E. Frosh has taken a commanding lead in fund-raising over at least two of his rivals in the Democratic race for attorney general, according to campaign finance reports filed Wednesday. Frosh, a veteran lawmaker from Motgomery County, has $795,900 in the bank, compared with $374,000 for Del. Jon Cardin of Baltimore County. Del. C. William Frick of Montgomery County reported that he had $133,000 in the bank. A fourth candidate, Del. Aisha Braveboy of Prince George's County, had not reported as of late afternoon.
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By Michael Dresser, Baltimore Sun | September 23, 2013
Overshadowed by the increasingly active campaign for governor, the four Democrats running to succeed Douglas F. Gansler at attorney general got their moment of attention Monday as they appeared before construction union members to seek labor support. The Maryland-D.C. Building Trades Council hosted a forum for the candidates as they gathered at Turf Valley Resort in Ellicott City. Support of the building trades would be an important step toward gaining the endorsement of the state AFL-CIO, an important advantage in a Democratic primary.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | April 28, 2014
The three Democratic candidates for state attorney general have scheduled two debates before the June 24 primary. The contenders will meet May 19 at the University of Maryland College Park and June 9 at the University of Baltimore School of Law. Del. Jon Cardin of Baltimore County,  state Sen. Brian E. Frosh of Montgomery County, and Del. Aisha Braveboy of Prince George's County  have participated in a series of forums. But these will be the only joint events to follow a traditional debate format and be supervised by the party, the campaigns said.
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By Michael Dresser, Baltimore Sun | September 10, 2013
State Sen. Brian E. Frosh on Tuesday became the first candidate to officially file as a candidate for attorney general in next year's election. Frosh, a Montgomery County Democrat, is expected to face a hotly contested primary contest in the race to succeed Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler, who is expected to soon declare his candidacy for governor. “I am running for Attorney General because I believe Marylanders want to know they've got an advocate who will fight for them.  They want to know someone has got their backs,” said Frosh.
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By Michael Dresser | January 16, 2014
Del. Aisha Braveboy has come in last in fund-raising for the four-way Democratic race for attorney general, calling the viability of her campaign into question. Braveboy, from Prince George's County, reported Thursday that she raised $33,622  in the year ended Jan. 8. That is less than a tenth of the money raised by Sen. Brian E. Frosh of Montgomery County and Del. Jon Cardin of Baltimore County. Braveboy's numbers come from a belatedly posted report that will have to be revised to  add an accounting of her expenditures.
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By Michael Dresser | February 25, 2014
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.
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By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | February 15, 2014
Two-thirds of Maryland Democrats are undecided in a wide-open race to succeed Douglas F. Gansler as state attorney general, a new poll for The Baltimore Sun shows. Among Democrats who expressed a preference, Del. Jon Cardin of Baltimore County was ahead with 18 percent support. The other three candidates — state Sen. Brian E. Frosh and Del. C. William Frick, both of Montgomery County, and Del. Aisha Braveboy of Prince George's County — polled in single digits. All four names are unfamiliar to many voters — even those who follow politics closely.
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By Michael Dresser | January 16, 2014
Del. Aisha Braveboy has come in last in fund-raising for the four-way Democratic race for attorney general, calling the viability of her campaign into question. Braveboy, from Prince George's County, reported Thursday that she raised $33,622  in the year ended Jan. 8. That is less than a tenth of the money raised by Sen. Brian E. Frosh of Montgomery County and Del. Jon Cardin of Baltimore County. Braveboy's numbers come from a belatedly posted report that will have to be revised to  add an accounting of her expenditures.
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By Michael Dresser | January 15, 2014
Sen. Brian E. Frosh has taken a commanding lead in fund-raising over at least two of his rivals in the Democratic race for attorney general, according to campaign finance reports filed Wednesday. Frosh, a veteran lawmaker from Motgomery County, has $795,900 in the bank, compared with $374,000 for Del. Jon Cardin of Baltimore County. Del. C. William Frick of Montgomery County reported that he had $133,000 in the bank. A fourth candidate, Del. Aisha Braveboy of Prince George's County, had not reported as of late afternoon.
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By Michael Dresser | December 3, 2013
The Maryland Republican Party may have a prospect to run for attorney general in 2014, possibly giving it a candidate for an office it left uncontested in 2010. Richard Douglas, a lawyer, businessman and Iraq veteran, released a statement Tuesday in which he said he's considering a try for that office. If he gets in the GOP would field a full slate of candidates for statewide office is Democratic-dominated Maryland. Douglas said he is truly undecided about making a run, not announcing an intent to announce as some gubernatorial candidates have done.
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By Michael Dresser | November 15, 2013
Maryland's largest state employees' union will throw its support behind Sen. Brian E. Frosh in his campaign for the Democratic nomination for attorney general. AFSCME Council 3 will hold a rally Saturday in Baltimore to announce its endorsement of Frosh, a veteran Montgomery County lawmaker who heads the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee. The union chose Frosh out of a field of four Democrats that also includes, Dels. Aisha Braveboy of Prince George's County, Jon Cardin of Baltimore County and C. William Frick of Montgomery County.
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By Michael Dresser | November 7, 2013
The University of Maryland's Carey School of Law will hold a forum for the four candidates for attorney general in 2014 tonight at Westminster Hall in Baltimore. Invited are Sen. Brian E. Frosh of Montgomery County and Del. Aisha Braveboy of Prince George's County; Jon Cardin of Baltimore County and C. William Frick of Montgomery County -- all Democrats. No Republicans have declared they will seek the office, which Democrats have held for more than a half-century. Doors will open at 4:30 at the hall, 517 W. Fayette St. The student-initiated forum will begin at 5 p.m. and end at 6:15 p.m.
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By Michael Dresser | October 28, 2013
The Maryland and District of Columbia AFL-CIO has thrown its support behind Sen. Brian E. Frosh for the Democratic nomination attorney general, giving the Montgomery County lawmaker a potentially important boost in his primary contest. The labor organization -- whose union affiliates represent an estimated 200,000 Marylanders -- made the endorsement over the weekend, choosing Frosh over Dels. Jon Cardin of Baltimore County, Aisha Braveboy of Prince George's County and C. William Frick of Montgomery.
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By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | February 15, 2014
Two-thirds of Maryland Democrats are undecided in a wide-open race to succeed Douglas F. Gansler as state attorney general, a new poll for The Baltimore Sun shows. Among Democrats who expressed a preference, Del. Jon Cardin of Baltimore County was ahead with 18 percent support. The other three candidates — state Sen. Brian E. Frosh and Del. C. William Frick, both of Montgomery County, and Del. Aisha Braveboy of Prince George's County — polled in single digits. All four names are unfamiliar to many voters — even those who follow politics closely.
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By Michael Dresser | October 28, 2013
The Maryland and District of Columbia AFL-CIO has thrown its support behind Sen. Brian E. Frosh for the Democratic nomination attorney general, giving the Montgomery County lawmaker a potentially important boost in his primary contest. The labor organization -- whose union affiliates represent an estimated 200,000 Marylanders -- made the endorsement over the weekend, choosing Frosh over Dels. Jon Cardin of Baltimore County, Aisha Braveboy of Prince George's County and C. William Frick of Montgomery.
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