To defend his voting plan, Md.’s governor accuses a Black county executive of voter suppression. She is not pleased.

Add to the long list of dramas involving Maryland’s plan for the November election: Gov. Larry Hogan accusing Prince George’s County Executive Angela D. Alsobrooks of voter suppression, and the leader of the majority African American jurisdiction responding that Hogan (R) is not taking the health of her residents seriously. Their spat follows Hogan’s announcement last month that Maryland would hold a “normal” election on Nov. 3, despite the pandemic. (Wash Post)

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