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Decision is a blow to the candidate in race against Rep. Chris Van Hollen to represent Maryland in the Senate.
The former Virginia governor never registered as more than a blip in Republican polls or primaries.
The former Virginia senator, who dropped out of the Democratic race, said an independent run would be “costly and time sensitive.”
Reps. Scott Rigell and Robert Hurt spent six years torn between GOP leadership and hard-liners.
Lawmaker’s own district became significantly more Democratic under a new map.
Edwards and Van Hollen both win new endorsements from unions in the race to replace Mikulski.
The congressman from Baltimore was considered a strong candidate to succeed Barbara Mikulski.
After “data entry error,” state website lists veteran congressman as running for another term in the House.
Del. Pat McDonough, who hosts a controversial radio show, will run against an incumbent Democrat.
“I’m really tired of Republicans telling me they can’t find blacks,” said Raynard Jackson, who launched the first black Republican super PAC.