Moore pledges cooperation; Cox to take Baltimore by court order. What path does city take under Maryland's next governor?
11 days ago - By Baltimore Sun
As Democrat Wes Moore and Republican Dan Cox vie to become Maryland's next governor, Baltimore leaders consider what the city's relationship with the state's next leader will bring to a place of promise and need.
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