Attorney General Candidates’ Forum, Nov. 7

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The race for the next governor of Maryland may be forefront in your mind, but there are a few other important contests taking place next year, including the one for attorney general. The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law will host a forum for all four confirmed Democratic candidates for Maryland Attorney General (there are no declared Republican candidates).

The forum will take place Thursday, Nov. 7, in Westminster Hall, 517 West Fayette Street in Baltimore.  Doors open at 4:30pm, the forum starts promptly at 5pm and ends at 6:15pm. A reception with the available candidates will immediately follow.

The forum and reception are free and open to the public, but registration is required.

Confirmed candidates are: Aisha Braveboy, Maryland State Delegate, District 25, Prince George’s County; Jon Cardin, Maryland State Delegate, District 11, Baltimore County; Bill Frick, Maryland State Delegate, District 16, Montgomery County and Brian Frosh, Maryland State Senator, District 16, Montgomery County.

The student initiated forum features an hour long, moderated discussion with approved questions solicited from the public and from University of Maryland, Baltimore faculty and staff. The last portion of the discussion will feature questions submitted by UM Carey Law School students.

The event will be moderated by UM Carey Law student Benjamin Smith, president of the Class of 2015.

The forum is organized and sponsored by the University Student Government Association, the Class of 2015, the University of Maryland Association of Legislative Law, the Republican Legal Society, and the University of Maryland Law Democrats.

To register visit: http://www.law.umaryland.edu/AGForum.
 

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