Skip to comments.Racial split defines Md.'s hotly contested Democratic Senate primary
Posted on 04/05/2016 1:31:22 PM PDT by kevcol
Maryland's Democratic Senate race remains very much up for grabs three weeks before the primary, with voters sharply divided along racial lines, according to a new poll from The Washington Post and the University of Maryland.
The rare open Senate seat, being vacated by Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski after 30 years, has sparked a heated and expensive battle between Reps. Donna Edwards and Chris Van Hollen.
likely black voters favor Edwards by a nearly 3-to-1 margin. More than twice as many white voters support Van Hollen as back Edwards.
"It would be nice if [Van Hollen] was a black lady," said Tony Jacobs, 39, a software engineer from Olney who said he was impressed by the congressmans fast rise to leadership
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Flipmus test; Pick the one that knows which way is up in Guam.
Liberals, eager to prove that they aren’t racists, will vote for an absolute imbecile, i.e. Sheila Jackson Lee and Hank Johnson.
Battle of the pondscum.
And their only choice in Maryland is between two imbeciles.
Break out the popcorn!
Maryland “Freak State” PING!
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