Annapolis, MD – October 31, 2014 – The latest poll in the Maryland governor's race shows Annapolis businessman Larry Hogan ahead of Lt. Governor Anthony Brown by five points, the Weekly Standard reports.
In addition to leading Brown 44-39, the poll shows stronger support for Hogan among moderate by 6 points and independent voters by 27 points. Hogan also boasts a higher favorability rating, 49 to 41 percent.
"Anthony Brown's negative and deceitful campaign has not fooled Marylanders," said Hogan campaign manager Steve Crim. "After 40 consecutive tax hikes, doubled unemployment, and zero economic growth, Maryland voters are demanding change. They don't want to see a third term of the O'Malley-Brown administration and its failed economic policies."
Read more on the poll here.