- The Washington Times - Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Halfway through primary election day in Maryland, voters in Prince George’s County are feeling positive about their choices for congressional candidates.

Michael Elliot Smith of Landover voted for former Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown to represent him in Congress. He said he appreciated Mr. Brown’s history in office.

“I’m sorry he lost the governor seat,” Mr. Smith said, referring to Mr. Brown’s loss to Republican Larry Hogan in the 2014 gubernatorial election. “[I like] his commitment to the state.”

Mr. Brown’s chief rival in the Democratic primary is former county prosecutor Glenn Ivey.

Phyllis Dumas helped with the voting process at Kenmoor Middle School, and said she noticed the good mood of seniors who came out to vote.

“They’re happy when they come in,” Ms. Dumas said. “They’re pretty jolly.”

 


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