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Baltimore Sun: Mizeur to run first ad in Baltimore TV market Read More >

Gubernatorial candidate Heather R. Mizeur will run the first television ad in her drive for the Democratic nomination starting in the Baltimore market next week, her campaign said. With three weeks to go when the ad starts running on broadcast stations Tuesday, Mizeur will become the last of the three contenders in the June 24 Democratic primary to go up on TV. Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown a…

WaPo: Maryland gubernatorial hopeful Heather Mizeur to air her first TV ad next week Read More >

Months after political ads first started hitting the Maryland airwaves, gubernatorial hopeful Del. Heather R. Mizeur(D-Montgomery) has collected enough money to join her rivals. With less than a month until the June 24 primary, the Mizeur campaign plans to start broadcasting an ad in the Baltimore area on Tuesday. Mizeur’s opponents — Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown and Attorney Gen…

AP: Mizeur runs as most liberal candidate in primary Read More >

Del. Heather Mizeur is campaigning as the most liberal candidate in Maryland's Democratic primary. She told The Associated Press in a recent interview that closing income inequality gaps is a top priority. She supports bringing back a tax on people with incomes of $1 million or more to help ease the tax burden on the middle class. She also backs legalizing marijuana and taxing it to pa…

Z on TV: WBFF and Mizeur win, while Brown loses in TV debate Read More >

In TV terms, there were two winners and one clear loser in Tuesday's night gubernatorial debate on WBFF-TV. The winners: State Delegate Heather Mizeur and the TV station itself. The loser: Lt. Governor Anthony Brown, who declined to participate in Baltimore's only TV debate and was represented by an empty podium between his two opponents, Mizeur and Attorney General Doug Gansler. Fox 45…

Baltimore Sun Calls Mizeur Winner of Debate Read More >

The last time someone tried to debate an empty chair (Clint Eastwood, Republican National Convention, 2012), the chair won. But when two of the leading Democratic candidates for governor did it last night (this time, it was an empty podium, actually), the chair was the big loser, but not for the reasons one might have expected. Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler and Del. Heather Mizeur m…

WYPR: Gansler, Mizeur And An Empty Podium At Second Democratic Debate Read More >

Doug Gansler an Heather Mizeur answered questions geared toward a Charm City audience on Monday at a second Democratic gubernatorial debate at Baltimore’s Fox 45 television studios. An empty podium on stage between the attorney general and the delegate from Montgomery County was just the first sign that Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown opted to skip the Baltimore debate. His campaign differed…

Metro Weekly: Mizeur Nets Two More Endorsements in Gubernatorial Bid Read More >

Del. Heather Mizeur’s campaign for governor is touting two of its latest endorsements, including one she seized from Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown in an unexpected coup with the overwhelming backing of the organization’s members. Last week, Mizeur, a Democrat from Montgomery County and one of eight openly LGBT lawmakers in the General Assembly, and her running mate, the Rev. Delman C…