Watch Maryland governor’s race debate live online: Stream from NBC4

The Democratic candidates for governor in Maryland will debate each other for the first time tonight at 7 p.m.

NBC4 and Maryland Public Television will broadcast the debate in the local area. You can play a livestream above or at NBC Washington’s website.

While you’re watching, visit post.reactlabs.com on a smartphone, tablet or laptop to share how you’re reacting to the conversation between Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown,  Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler, and Del. Heather R. Mizeur.

We’ll look for what moments resonate with viewers, and the moments that are most requested to be fact-checked.

Here’s how you can participate:

  1. In your browser, go to post.reactlabs.com
  2. When you’d like to log a reaction to something a candidate says, simply tap their photo, then tap the appropriate reaction button
  3. You can react as many times as you’d like over the course of the debate — the more, the better.

Read more about React Labs and the Washington Post’s collaboration here.

The Washington Post’s John Wagner set up the debate earlier today:

Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown, who is leading in the polls, has every incentive to play it safe during the hour-long encounter, which is being moderated by “Meet the Press” host David Gregory and broadcast statewide.

Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler will get his best chance yet to take Brown down a few pegs and present himself as a more accomplished alternative.

And Del. Heather R. Mizeur (Montgomery) will have an opportunity to introduce herself to many voters with less than seven weeks remaining until the primary. Unlike her two better-funded opponents, Mizeur has not started airing television ads.

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The debate is organized by NBC4 Washington, The University of Maryland and Bowie State University. It is the first of at least two expected debates before the June 24 primary election.

Sara is a producer and editor for mobile projects at the Washington Post.
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