We interviewed the following Lieutenant Governor candidates at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. All candidates were invited to discuss their platform and vision for the future of Maryland.
Christiana Logansmith (Libertarian – David Lashar campaign)
Gordana Shifanelli (Republican – Dan Cox campaign)
Monique Anderson-Walker (Democrat – Peter Franchot campaign)
Justinian Dispenza (Democrat – Jerome Segal campaign)
Candace Hollingworth (Democrat – Doug Gansler campaign)
Aruna Miller (Democrat – Wes Moore campaign)
Michelle Siri (Democrat – John King campaign)
We recently interviewed the following Republican gubernatorial candidates at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (full interviews below).
MSBA recently hosted non-partisan Gubernatorial Forums to offer voters and colleagues in the legal profession an opportunity to learn candidate positions on the most pressing issues facing the state and legal vocation. The discussions can be viewed by clicking on the links below.
The Democratic Forum took place in-person and via livestream on June 1, 2022, at the Legal Summit in Ocean City.
Dick Uliano, WTOP Washington broadcast and digital journalist, moderated with Pamela Wood, who covers Maryland politics and government for The Baltimore Banner. The MSBA invited all Republican and Democratic gubernatorial candidates to participate in these Forums.
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Confirmed Democratic candidates:
We recently interviewed the following candidates for Maryland Attorney General (full interviews below):
These interviews, filmed at Stevenson University December 6-10, 2021, provide non-partisan political perspective and engagement.
Rewatch Gubernatorial Interviews Day 1 – Rushern Baker, Jon Baron, Peter Franchot
Rewatch Gubernatorial Interviews Day 2 – Kelly Schulz, Ashwani Jain, David Lashar
Rewatch Gubernatorial Interviews Day 3 – Doug Gansler, Wes Moore, Tom Perez
Rewatch Gubernatorial Interviews Day 4 – John King
“Presenting the premier interviews and forums to Maryland lawyers and the public is an opportunity we’re incredibly honored to spearhead as we offer potential candidates a platform to present their plan on moving our state forward in 2022 and beyond,” said Natalie McSherry, President of the Maryland State Bar Association. “We look forward to hearing from the panel of aspiring individuals running for Governor and are pleased to provide increased exposure and educational opportunities to our colleagues in the legal profession.”