Democratic spending increases the Conservative candidate in the Maryland Governor’s Race

In the race for the Republican nomination to become Maryland’s next governor, the biggest user has been a Democratic group.

The Democratic Governors Association has spent or has reservations in place to spend nearly $ 1.2 million on advertising that GOP candidate Dan Cox describes as too conservative, according to data from ad tracking company AdImpact. Political analysts say the ads are likely to help Mr. Cox, who was approved by former President Donald Trump, with winning the GOP nomination, but he would have a hard time winning the parliamentary election in a state where President Biden defeated Mr. Trump 65% to 32%.

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