Also, gubernatorial candidates in Maryland are urging residents to not wait until Nov. 4 to vote.
Both gubernatorial nominees appeared in Prince George’s County on Thursday to promote early voting.
President tells crowd that Brown is “on your side” on issues affecting the working class.
As an infected nurse arrived in Bethesda for treatment, the governor said life will continue as usual.
Visit is part of multi-state push by the president for Democrats running for governor.
As Brown runs for governor, he can’t escape his association with Gov. Martin O’Malley.
Disillusioned voters say they’ve endured enough increases during O’Malley’s two terms in office.
Md. Lt. Gov. Brown has repeatedly said Larry Hogan would cut $450 million in school construction funding.
Gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan said Tuesday that O’Malley “has done nothing” to combat heroin problems.
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