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Democratic candidates visit Carroll County ahead of the 2024 Primary in Maryland


Carroll County has been a popular spot recently for Democratic candidates running in the 2024 Primary in Maryland. The Observer has seen posts from four different candidates recently. Here are the posts:

David Trone (candidate for Senate in Maryland):

Carroll County Democrats are fired up! Thanks to Corynne Courpas and the
@dems_cc for bringing us together, as well as Flood Zone Marketplace and Brewery staff for hosting. Great to hang out with Delegate @MikeJRogers4, Mayor Mona Becker, Amanda Jozkowski & Muri Dueppen!

Sarah Elfreth (candidate in Congressional District 3):

Kicked off today’s canvass in Carroll County with Slate4StudentSuccess candidates Amanda Jozkowski and Muri Lynn Dueppen. I’m proud to campaign with educator-endorsed Board of Ed candidates!
#MD03 #Election2024

Mike Rogers (candidate in Congressional District 3)

Current Situation: great time meeting with the Carroll County Democratic Club this evening! Wonderful meeting with Board of Education candidates in Carroll County as well.
@RepDavidTrone #E2C2 #Education #Economy #Community #Country

Juan Dominguez (candidate in Congressional District 3)

🎬Behind the scenes at the @CMC_Carroll_MD today as we recorded our candidate profile. Excited to share our vision for a better Maryland with you all! Stay tuned!

The full video will be broadcast on Comcast cable channels and will be posted both across our social media channels and on a special election page on the Media Center’s website: http://carrollmediacenter.org. Many thanks to Bob and the team at the studio for the opportunity! 🎥

#VoteDominguez #JuanForMaryland #DominguezForCongress #MD03 #AnneArundelCounty #CarrollCounty #HowardCounty #Election2024 #MDPolitics #BehindTheScenes

I should also mention that a prominent Republican also recently visited Carroll County. Former Governor Larry Hogan (and candidate for Senate in Maryland) was in the county back on April 6th as part of his bus tour:




The Observer will continue to keep an eye out for candidates visiting our neck of the woods.

As a reminder:

Early Voting for the Primary Election – Thursday, May 2, 2024 through Thursday, May 9, 2024 from 7 am until 8 pm.

Primary Election – May 14, 2024, 7 am until 8 pm

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