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Maryland Congressional Candidates Face Fierce Competition in Primaries

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Competitive primaries in Maryland fuel fight for open seats.

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A handful of Democratic open seats are fueling the most competitive primaries on Tuesday in Maryland. Rep. David Trone's decision to run for Senate has created a power vacuum in the state, leading to intense battles among candidates vying for their shot at representing the people of Maryland in Congress.

Voters across Maryland and West Virginia will decide key primary elections with big implications in the fight for the Senate majority this year. The race is heating up as both Democrats and Republicans vie for control of key seats in Congress.

U.S. Representative Andy Harris' seat in Congress is under contention this year, with Democrats and Republicans choosing their candidates. The competition is fierce as politicians fight for their chance to make a difference in Washington.

WASHINGTON (7News/AP) — Republican voters advanced strong Senate contenders in Maryland and West Virginia on Tuesday, giving the GOP a big win. The outcome of these primaries will have a significant impact on the balance of power in Congress.

The pro-Israel group boosted a state senator against a nationally known Jan. 6 Capitol Police officer — and won. This unexpected turn of events highlights the influence of outside groups in shaping the outcome of elections.

Prince George's County Executive Angela Alsobrooks will face former Gov. Larry Hogan for the Senate seat left open by Democrat Ben Cardin. The competition between these two prominent figures promises to be intense as they battle for the chance to represent Maryland in Congress.

First-time candidate, who lost after pro-Israel group spent millions supporting another Democrat, defeated by state senator Sarah Elfreth. This surprising upset demonstrates the unpredictable nature of politics and the impact of outside influences on election outcomes.

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